From: EcoWatch Top News of the Day

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The fiscal cliff is fast approaching and there’s a relatively simple way for Congress to raise some needed revenues, help the environment and satisfy taxpayers:  Ending oil subsidies will help pay down the deficit by making oil companies pay their fair share…Natural Resources Defense Council

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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

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University of Delaware

A well-designed combination of wind power, solar power and storage in batteries and fuel cells would nearly always exceed electricity demands while keeping costs low…

 

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Center for Biological Diversity

Proposed regulations meant to govern fracking in California would do little to protect the state's environment, wildlife, climate and public health…

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Skenna Watershed Conservation Coalition

“Eight years ago, northern B.C. communities joined together to say ‘no’ to coalbed methane and ‘yes’ to…

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Natural Resources Defense Council

The fiscal cliff is fast approaching and there’s a relatively simple way for Congress to raise some needed revenues, help the environment and satisfy taxpayers:  Ending oil subsidies will help pay down the deficit by making oil companies pay their fair share…

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EcoWatch

As a native New Yorker, I know soot. Talk to anyone in NYC and they will tell you they’ve wiped soot off their faces, window sills, car windows and picnic tables…

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