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China Vows to Develop Clean Energies 26.12.2007 SFGate: Business & Technology
China promised Wednesday to develop renewable energy for its fast-growing economy but warned that coal consumption will grow dramatically and avoided embracing binding limits on its greenhouse gas emissions. In a report on its energy plans, ...
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On Global Warming / What the U.N. can learn from Google 21.12.2007 SFGate: Op-Ed
Last week's United Nations climate change negotiations in Bali ended with a whimper, not a bang, an "agreement" to postpone negotiations until 2009, when the United States will have a new president, one presumably more committed to action than President Bush.... ...
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Small step: Energy bill misses obvious chances to increase the supply of clean energy 21.12.2007 Houston Chronicle: Editorial
Congress and President Bush are congratulating themselves on passing a federal energy bill. The bill contains several beneficial measures, but does not begin to take the drastic actions required to avoid an energy crunch and combat global warming.
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On Global Warming / What the U.N. can learn from Google 20.12.2007 SFGate: Op-Ed
Last week's United Nations climate change negotiations in Bali ended with a whimper, not a bang, an "agreement" to postpone negotiations until 2009, when the United States will have a new president, one presumably more committed to action than President Bush.... ...
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Plan for wider energy tax break awaits Abbott's opinion 20.12.2007 Houston Chronicle: Texas
State environmental regulators decided Wednesday to wait for an attorney general's opinion before expanding an industry tax break that has school and county officials worried.
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Project isn't catching fire with neighbors 20.12.2007 Star Tribune: Local
Plans for a wood-burning power plant has found support in City Hall, doubt in south Minneapolis.
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'The powers of the earth' 20.12.2007 LA Times: Opinion
The fifth in a series of editorials examining American values and the candidates for president. Democratic states are usually depicted on political maps using the color blue, but a more logical choice would be green. On environmental issues, the Democratic presidential candidates behave not so much as individuals as they do a bloc; though they have subtle ideological differences, most are in lock step in their views on fighting global warming or reducing pollution. All are basically in accordance with the green orthodoxy preached by organizations such as the Sierra Club, the Union of Concerned Scientists or Environmental Defense. As for the Republicans ... not so much. ...
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Mattoon, Ill., picked for FutureGen pollution-free coal plant 19.12.2007 Star Tribune: Latest
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Mattoon, Ill., picked for FutureGen pollution-free coal plant 19.12.2007 Star Tribune: Business
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Illinois wins coal-energy project 18.12.2007 Chicago Tribune: Popular
Illinois won a prized national competition Tuesday for a cutting edge energy project that researchers hope will prove that abundant coal can be burned for power with virtually no pollution.
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Illinois wins coal-energy project 18.12.2007 Chicago Tribune: Business
Illinois won a prized national competition Tuesday for a cutting edge energy project that researchers hope will prove that abundant coal can be burned for power with virtually no pollution.

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Xcel ready to pare back on fossil fuel 15.12.2007 Star Tribune: Latest
The utility's long-term plan will use more wind and nuclear power to lower greenhouse gases.
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Xcel ready to pare back on fossil fuel 15.12.2007 Star Tribune: Business
The utility's long-term plan will use more wind and nuclear power to lower greenhouse gases.
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Senate energy bill: Tough fuel standards in, renewable package out 14.12.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
The Senate took a huge step toward passage of the biggest increase in fuel economy standards for cars and trucks in three decades - but it came at a major cost for Democrats. Backers of tougher legislation were forced to give up their plan to strip $21... ...
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Industry Flexes Muscle, Weaker Energy Bill Passes 14.12.2007 NYT: Home Page
The oil industry and utilities succeeded in stripping out provisions that would have cost them billions of dollars.
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Thermal politics heat up 14.12.2007 Seattle Times: Opinion
Ask Washington Rep. Jay Inslee about the blazing velocity of events surrounding global warming and clean energy. He has two fast answers...
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Science chief in green technology call 13.12.2007 The Guardian -- Front Page
Science & environment: Green technologies must be developed to combat the worst effects of climate change, MPs have been told
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Science chief calls for green technologies 13.12.2007 Guardian: Science
The government must develop green technologies, such as clean-burning coal and renewable energy sources, to combat the worst effects of climate change, the incoming chief science adviser told an influential group of MPs yesterday
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Science chief calls for green technologies 13.12.2007 Guardian: Environment
The government must develop green technologies, such as clean-burning coal and renewable energy sources, to combat the worst effects of climate change, the incoming chief science adviser told an influential group of MPs yesterday
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Developing green technologies vital, says new chief scientist 12.12.2007 Guardian: Science
The government must develop green technologies to combat climate change, the incoming chief science adviser has told an influential group of MPs
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