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A leading Asian utility to cut carbon emissions 8.12.2007 International Herald Tribune: Business
The announcement by CLP, one of Asia's largest power utilities, is the latest step by the power industry in addressing emissions of global-warming gases.
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Hot Air in Bali 8.12.2007 WSJ: Most Emailed Today
A bigger and "better" Kyoto will be a bigger and worse ...
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Bali needs to know - can China go green? 8.12.2007 SFGate: Op-Ed
As international diplomats gather in Bali to try to begin negotiating a successor treaty to the Kyoto Protocol, their toughest challenge is how to deal with China's fast rise as the world's leading source of greenhouse gases. At the talks, which began Dec. 3... ...
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Efforts to Harvest Ocean’s Energy Open New Debate Front 8.12.2007 NY Times: National
In the coastal Northwest, the dispute over plans to use waves to generate electricity has become intense before the first megawatt has been transmitted to shore.
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China to discuss its big trade surplus, food safety issues in new talks with US 7.12.2007 Star Tribune: Business
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Once on the sidelines, China finding its voice at Bali climate conference 7.12.2007 Star Tribune: Science & Technology
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Once on the sidelines, China finding its voice at Bali climate conference 7.12.2007 Star Tribune: World
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House OKs sweeping energy bill, but faces major changes in Senate 7.12.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
Democrats muscled a broad energy bill through the House on Thursday that seeks to cut America's addiction to oil by setting the most aggressive fuel economy standards in 30 years, revoking $21 billion in tax breaks to oil companies and boosting the use of... ...
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A leading Asian utility to cut carbon emissions 7.12.2007 International Herald Tribune: Business
The announcement by CLP, one of Asia's largest power utilities, is the latest step by the power industry in addressing emissions of global-warming gases.
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A leading Asian utility to cut carbon emissions 7.12.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
The announcement by CLP, one of Asia's largest power utilities, is the latest step by the power industry in addressing emissions of global-warming gases.
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Experts Seek Boost in Energy Research 4.12.2007 NYT: Home Page
About three dozen experts on energy and climate, along with prominent figures in other fields, have sent a letter to all members of Congress, President Bush and the presidential candidates, proposing a roughly tenfold increase in federal spending on energy research. The goal, they say, is to accelerate advances in nonpolluting energy technologies to limit climate [...].
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Lured by Clean Energy, Industry Heads for Iceland 3.12.2007 NPR: All Things Considered
Iceland wants to use its carbon-free energy from volcanoes to help clean up one of the world's dirtiest industries: aluminum smelting. The move would help reduce pollution globally. But environmentalists say other countries should develop their own geothermal resources instead of exploiting Iceland's wilderness.
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'Cap-and-trade' model eyed for cutting greenhouse gases / Method has proved successful in reducing emissions that produce acid rain pollution 3.12.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
In the 1980s, Washington policymakers faced an intractable problem: Acid rain, fueled by pollutants from coal-fired power plants, was ravaging lakes, streams and forests and endangering wildlife, especially in the Northeast. President Ronald Reagan, siding... ...
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Carbon Storage Gains Support 3.12.2007 SFGate: Business & Technology
In western Japan, researchers fuss over tubes that look like coiled strands of linguini. But this is no cooking class: the scientists are trying to pull carbon dioxide _ the leading cause of global warming _ from power plant exhaust. The work, ...
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'Cap-and-trade' model eyed for cutting greenhouse gases / Method has proven successful in reducing emissions that produce acid rain pollution 2.12.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
In the 1980s, Washington policymakers faced an intractable problem: Acid rain, fueled by pollutants from coal-fired power plants, was ravaging lakes, streams and forests and endangering wildlife, especially in the Northeast. President Ronald Reagan, siding... ...
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Dot Earth: James Hansen’s Call for Climate Action 29.11.2007 NYT: Home Page
James E. Hansen of NASA has elaborated on what he meant when he recently described continued coal burning as akin to sending untold species to their destruction in
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Google to invest millions in green energy 28.11.2007 Guardian: Environment

Google co-founder Sergey Brin spoke to Guardian Unlimited about the group's plans, saying it hopes to 'make a lot of money' out of the move

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Google to spend hundreds of millions on developing renewable energy 28.11.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
Google Inc. says it will spend hundreds of millions of dollars to develop renewable energy as part of an ambitious plan to clean the environment and reduce the company's own power bill. The Mountain View company said Tuesday that it will open its deep pockets... ...
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Google to spend hundreds of millions on developing renewable energy 28.11.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
Google Inc. says it will spend hundreds of millions of dollars to develop renewable energy as part of an ambitious plan to clean the environment and reduce the company's own power bill. The Mountain View company said Tuesday that it will open its deep pockets... ...
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Google to pour millions into search for cheap green fuel 28.11.2007 Guardian: Environment

The web portal Google aims to develop cheap and clean sources of energy to replace polluting fossil fuels and tackle global warming

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