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ERROR: Missing Story Title 24.4.2010 Seattle Times: Business & Technology
Administration says direct costs from financial bailouts could be as low as $87 billion.
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China Environmental News Alert 23.4.2010 Switchboard, from NRDC
NRDC has been working in China for over twelve years on such issues as energy efficiency, green buildings, clean energy technologies, environmental governance and public participation, and green supply chain issues. This China Environmental News Alert is a weekly compilation...
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Consumers Save Money on Gasoline under a Climate Bill: Gas Bills Lower in 2020 23.4.2010 Switchboard, from NRDC
With comprehensive climate and energy legislation moving forward in the U.S. Senate, there has been a lot of attention paid to how this will impact offshore drilling, our nuclear energy industry, and the coal industry. What has been largely left...
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Local mortgage rates 23.4.2010 Seattle Times: Real Estate
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Chinese automakers push to raise global profile 23.4.2010 Seattle Times: Business & Technology
Chinese automakers announced ambitious plans Friday to expand abroad as global producers unveiled new models at the Beijing auto show aimed at boosting sales in China's fast-growing market.
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Consumers Save Money on Gasoline under the Climate Bill: Gas Bills Lower in 2020 23.4.2010 Switchboard, from NRDC
With comprehensive climate and energy legislation moving forward in the U.S. Senate, there has been a lot of attention paid to how this will impact offshore drilling, our nuclear energy industry, and the coal industry. What has been largely left...
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A Greener Humvee? 23.4.2010 NY Times: Business
A company sets out to market a lightweight composite Humvee for the military.

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ERROR: Missing Story Title 23.4.2010 Seattle Times: Top stories
March new home sales rise 27 percent in unexpected surge from record low.

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Hydrogen tries again 23.4.2010 The Economist
Has the lightest and most abundant stuff in the universe found a new role in energy? HAVING soared on the promise of carbon-free motoring, the idea of the “hydrogen economy” crashed and burned when it collided with reality. Hundreds of experimental hydrogen-powered cars—once hailed as the best solution for reducing America’s dependence on foreign oil for over half its consumption—are now gathering dust in manufacturers’ parking lots. Hydrogen’s main attraction is that when it is “burned” in a fuel-cell or an internal-combustion engine, the only emissions are heat and a wisp of water vapour. Using hydrogen as a fuel—actually, it is more accurate to refer to it as an energy carrier, ...
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A Greener Humvee? 23.4.2010 NY Times: Science
A company sets out to market a lightweight composite Humvee for the military.

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China Environmental News Alert 23.4.2010 Switchboard, from NRDC
NRDC has been working in China for over twelve years on such issues as energy efficiency, green buildings, clean energy technologies, environmental governance and public participation, and green supply chain issues. This China Environmental News Alert is a weekly compilation...
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Clean Energy Vehicles Face Barriers in China Auto Market: Video 23.4.2010 Science / Technology News

April 23 -- Bloomberg's Stephen Engle reports on the Beijing Auto Show. As many as 89 vehicle models will make their worldwide debuts today at the show as the industry trade fair kicks off in the Chinese capital, according to an estimate by HIS Global Insight.

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BP pledges to clean up Gulf of Mexico spill 23.4.2010 Seattle Times: Top stories
BP PLC says it is doing everything it can to contain an oil spill from the drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico that exploded into flames before sinking.

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Briefly... CITY/REGION 23.4.2010 Philly.com News
Man, 23, shot dead A 23-year-old man was shot and killed last night in Strawberry Mansion. Police were called to Stanley Street near Oakdale shortly after 9 p.m. and found the man with two gunshot wounds to the back and one in the chest. He was taken to Temple University Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at about 9:15 p.m. Police reported no motive or arrests.
Earth Day 2010 Washington, DC: Political Action for the Climate 23.4.2010 ENS
Earth Day 2010 Washington, DC: Political Action for the Climate
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Chinese auto maker Chery says signs Messi 23.4.2010 Seattle Times: Business & Technology
China's biggest domestic auto brand signaled its ambition Friday to become a global player by signing Argentine football star Lionel Messi as an international ambassador to promote its brands.
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Chinese auto maker Chery says signs Messi (AP) 23.4.2010 Yahoo: Business
AP - China's biggest domestic auto brand signaled its ambition Friday to become a global player by signing Argentine football star Lionel Messi as an international ambassador to promote its brands. ...
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U.S. military launches X-37B reusable spaceship 23.4.2010 MSNBC
An unmanned Atlas rocket carrying a miniature space shuttle blasted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Thursday on a technology test flight that could last as long as nine months. ...
Diesel spill at Bellingham marina 23.4.2010 Seattle Times: Local
Washington's Department of Ecology says crews are trying to clean up a diesel fuel spill from a fishing boat at Bellingham's Squalicum Marina.
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States can lead way to a clean-energy future 23.4.2010 Seattle Times: Opinion
States are making inroads in implementing policies and laws that can help solve climate-change problem, writes Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire. Policymakers in the other Washington should make sure that states have the latitude to continue this leadership.
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