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AP Enterprise: Drifters find home in Katrina ruins 12.2.2011 Boston Globe: Latest
AP Enterprise: Drifters find home in Katrina ruins
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AP Enterprise: Drifters find home in Katrina ruins 12.2.2011 AP National
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- The dark blue rescue van pulls up in front of a sad shell of a house, a few blocks from the police station and criminal court. It's turning into a cold January night....
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AP Enterprise: Drifters find home in Katrina ruins (AP) 12.2.2011 Yahoo: US National
AP - The dark blue rescue van pulls up in front of a sad shell of a house, a few blocks from the police station and criminal court. It's turning into a cold January night.
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AP Enterprise: Night tour of New Orleans' abandoned buildings reveals homeless living in ruins 12.2.2011 Star Tribune: Nation
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The Thumb 12.2.2011 Salt Lake Tribune
Updated Feb 12, 2011 01:01AM MDT THUMB UP: Harnessing the sun • The sun shines brightly in Iron County, which makes it an attractive place to turn solar radiation directly into electricity on a grand scale. A Norwegian firm, Scatec Solar, has plans to build a photovoltaic array on 650 acres northwest of Parowan. It hopes eventually to produce 100 megawatts, enough electricity to power about 80,000 homes. Solar energy is attractive because it doesn’t produce air pollution like the burning of fossil fuels does. Unfortunately, pho... ...
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Combining Persistence, Patience and Impatience: 5 key learnings from EDF Climate Corps 12.2.2011 Main Feed - Environmental Defense
By: Daniel J. Gisser, Director of Corporate Marketing, Eaton Corporation Eaton is a $13.7 billion global power management company. We’re a leading manufacturer of electrical equipment and services for green buildings. Our energy efficient controls for lighting and motor controls for HVAC systems, our solar products and services, our electric vehicle charging stations, and many [...]
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Biomass: a financially and environmentally sustainable way to manage the state's resources 12.2.2011 Seattle Times: Opinion
Biomass can help us manage the state's resources sustainably, writes guest Peter Goldmark. By using limbs and tree tops that are normally piled and burned after harvest, we can create a new market that contributes to our growing renewable-energy sector and generates rural jobs.
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Sen. Lugar Prepping Bill That Could Include 'Clean Energy' Standard 12.2.2011 NYT > Environment
Republican Sen. Richard Lugar is crafting broad energy legislation that could include a "clean energy" mandate similar to the...

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Attacks on Clean Air Act Threaten Healthy Air for America and California’s Environmental Leadership 11.2.2011 Main Feed - Environmental Defense
Would Stop Clean Cars Program, Put Pollution Reduction Goals at Risk and Threaten State’s Communities Attacks on America’s landmark clean air law intensified on Wednesday in Washington D.C. The U.S. House of Representatives Energy and Power Subcommittee held its first hearing on a draft bill to undermine the country’s Clean Air Act. The attacks take [...]
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US troops see progress in training Afghan police 11.2.2011 Seattle Times: Top stories
Kandahar's police substation No. 16 is a small green metal building plopped on a patch of dirt.
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Scientists find value in waste incineration ash 11.2.2011 The Earth Times Online Newspaper - Environment News
Fly ash treatment proves environmental winner. MSWI reduces the volume and weight of social refuse and generates power as it is burnt. The resulting fly ash contains a variety of sought-after elements, including silica, aluminium, iron, calcium and bromine. However, it also contains elements of lead, zinc, mercury and cadmium (among other heavy metals), making it a hazardous waste material and as such it is predominantly sent to landfill.
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Chicago News Cooperative: Driving Thrills or Thrilling Mileage: You Decide 11.2.2011 NY Times: Automobiles
Determined to please consumers, exhibitors at the Chicago Auto Show are offering some cars that cater to ecology and economy and some designed mainly for the thrill of the road.

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US funds give lift to Mass. clean tech 11.2.2011 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
US funds give lift to Mass. clean tech
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What's the deal with the Endangerbus? 11.2.2011 The Thin Green Line
What's the deal with the Endangerbus?
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Green: For Oil Exec, an Electric Car Can Wait 11.2.2011 NYT > Environment
The batteries are simply not ready for prime time, a strategic planner suggests.

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City Room: Rare Portrait of the People Who Keep the City Clean 11.2.2011 NY Times: NY Region
The contributions and lives of the city's often unseen sanitation workers are being celebrated by two artists.

Green Machine: Hybrid cars as light as air 10.2.2011 New Scientist: Living World
Green Machine: Hybrid cars as light as air
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Net Air Emissions from Electric Vehicles: The Effect of Carbon Price and Charging Strategies 10.2.2011 pubs.acs.org
Environmental Science & Technology
DOI: 10.1021/es102464y
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Ready, set, charge: Fast EV power stations to roll out soon 10.2.2011 Chicago Tribune: Popular
Ready, set, charge: Fast EV power stations to roll out soon
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Electric dreams? or is there a drive towards electric vehicles 10.2.2011 The Earth Times Online Newspaper - Environment News
The drive towards electric vehicles pick up speed. China is set to create at least 10 million electric car charging points by 2020. A heavy dependence on foreign oil, plus significant CO2 levels are leading the country to push towards a more environmentally friendly transport infrastructure.
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