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Coral bleaching on Great Barrier Reef worse than expected, surveys show
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Huckabee on Trump priorities: ‘A beheading is still worse than a sunburn’
The Hill • Julia Manchester
US Withdrawal From Paris Climate Change Accord Said To Be Imminent
Red State • Streiff
DTE Biomass Acquires two Texas Renewable Natural Gas Facilities
Biofuels Digest • Jim Lane
Gingrich: The poor ‘get crushed’ by deals like Paris climate accord
The Hill • Max Greenwood
Below50 webinar debuts: how to grow sustainable fuels
Biofuels Digest • Jim Lane
A ramble through some solutions for the Anthropocene
Ars Technica • Diana Gitig
Angela Merkel says Europeans can’t rely on the U.S. anymore
Daily Dot • Chris Tognotti
After summits with Trump, Merkel says Europe must take fate into own hands
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Coral Reefs, Environment
Coral bleaching on Great Barrier Reef worse than expected, surveys show
The GuardianAustralian
Coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef last year was even worse than expected, while the full impact of the most recent event is yet to be determined. Queensland government officials say aerial and in-water surveys taken throughout 2016 had confirmed an...
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Climate Change, Finance
Key Words: Merkel: Europe must fight for its own future, not rely on U.S., U.K.
MarketWatch
German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned Sunday that Europe could no longer completely depend on the U.S. and the U.K., and that the European Union must make its own destiny. “The times in which we can fully count on others are somewhat over,...
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Climate Change, Energy Regulation
Huckabee on Trump priorities: ‘A beheading is still worse than a sunburn’
The HillJulia Manchester
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) touted President Trump’s priorities as combatting terrorism ahead of addressing climate change on Sunday by saying, “a beheading is worse than a sunburn.” “The climate he’s trying to change is the climate of terrorism because he...
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Climate Change, Energy Regulation
US Withdrawal From Paris Climate Change Accord Said To Be Imminent
Red StateStreiff
Axios is reporting that a decision by President Trump to withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change has been made and the announcement is imminent: President Trump has privately told multiple people, including EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, that he plans to...
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Biofuels, Biomass
DTE Biomass Acquires two Texas Renewable Natural Gas Facilities
Biofuels DigestJim Lane
In Michigan, DTE Biomass Energy has acquired two landfill gas-to-energy projects in Texas, purchasing both the operating Fort Bend Power Producers, LLC facility just outside of Rosenberg and the Seabreeze landfill gas development project in Angleton. Construction of the Seabreeze plant is...
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Climate Change, Coal Industry
Gingrich: The poor ‘get crushed’ by deals like Paris climate accord
The HillMax Greenwood
Former Republican Speaker Newt Gingrich (Ga.) argued on Sunday that international agreements such as the Paris climate deal ultimately harm developing countries that cannot afford to implement environmental regulations. "The working poor and the very poor on the planet get crushed by...
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Biofuels, Climate Change
Below50 webinar debuts: how to grow sustainable fuels
Biofuels DigestJim Lane
In the EU, the BElow50 partnership debuted a webinar on “how you can grow the market for the world’s must sustainable fuels.” The ground-breaking below50 platform brings together companies and organizations who commit to growing the global market for the world’s most...
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Amazon.com Inc, Carbon Sequestration
A ramble through some solutions for the Anthropocene
Ars TechnicaDiana Gitig
To say that David Biello’s new book, The Unnatural World (Amazon US / Amazon UK), is not uplifting would be an understatement. Its upshot is that we have seriously f—ed up this planet, along with all of the organisms and ecosystems residing...
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Climate Change, Energy Regulation
Angela Merkel says Europeans can’t rely on the U.S. anymore
Daily DotChris Tognotti
In the immediate aftermath of the NATO summit in Belgium and the G-7 summit in Italy, German chancellor Angela Merkel delivered a cautionary message to her fellow Europeans: It’s time to “take our destiny into our own hands” and not rely on...
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Climate Change, Elections & Polls
After summits with Trump, Merkel says Europe must take fate into own hands
Reuters
MUNICH (Reuters) - Europe can no longer completely rely on its allies, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Sunday, pointing to bruising meetings of G7 wealthy nations and NATO last week.
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