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Republican party's legacy: Letter to the editor
Oregonian • Letters To The Editor
A 13% Yield, Industry Turnaround, And Upside Potential For This Pure-Play LP
Seeking Alpha • Double Dividend Stocks
Simulating The Bodily Pain Of Future Climate Change
NPR • Lisa Feldman Barrett
The private jet presidency
Raw Story • Newsweek
Donald Trump's Private Jet Presidency Has No Plans to Drain the Swamp
Newsweek • Alexander Nazaryan
Why the Symbolism Behind Coal Is Still So Powerful
Mother Jones • Jonathan Thompson
Harvey Proved How Fragile the Oil and Gas Industry Really Is
Mother Jones • Amy Thomson
Democratic Megadonor Tom Steyer Still Isn't Ruling Out a 2020 Run
The Atlantic • Clare Foran
From air pollution to pesticides, scientists are hunting for environmental causes of autism
Scroll.in - News. Politics. Culture. • Ensia, Liza Gross
Lux Research: Innovation Interest In Renewables Is Declining, Peak Occurred 4 Years Ago
CleanTechnica • James Ayre
 
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Energy Regulation, U.S. Congress
Republican party's legacy: Letter to the editor
OregonianLetters To The Editor
According to a memo obtained by The , Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke wants to "shrink the size of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument." Zinke and the Trump administration are betraying the Republican Party's long legacy of environmental stewardship as well as the majority...
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Natural Gas, Oil & Gas
A 13% Yield, Industry Turnaround, And Upside Potential For This Pure-Play LP
Seeking AlphaDouble Dividend Stocks
Summary The yield is 13.4% for this pure-play industry leader. The price/unit is over 12% below analysts' consensus price target. Demand for core equipment services has returned to pre-decline levels. They'll take delivery of a significant amount of new equipment in Q3-4...
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Climate Change, Energy Regulation
Simulating The Bodily Pain Of Future Climate Change
NPRLisa Feldman Barrett
People can't simulate realistic, internal sensations, like temperature change or pain — which is a reason why more people aren't terrified by climate change, says guest blogger Lisa Feldman Barrett.
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Energy Regulation, Political Corruption
The private jet presidency
Raw StoryNewsweek
September 23, 2017 “The plane is very much an extension of the Trump brand,” Donald J. Trump told The New York Times of the Boeing 757 he took to calling “Trump Force One” during the presidential campaign. It was an outdated model...
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Energy Regulation
Donald Trump's Private Jet Presidency Has No Plans to Drain the Swamp
NewsweekAlexander Nazaryan
“The plane is very much an extension of the Trump brand,” Donald J. Trump told The New York Times of the Boeing 757 he took to calling “Trump Force One” during the presidential campaign. It was an outdated model and, as The...
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Coal Industry, Coal Mining
Why the Symbolism Behind Coal Is Still So Powerful
Mother JonesJonathan Thompson
This story was originally published by High Country News and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Coal. Guns. Freedom. I saw these three words on a little sticker affixed, discordantly, to the window of a car in a small...
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Energy & Utilities, Energy Regulation
Harvey Proved How Fragile the Oil and Gas Industry Really Is
Mother JonesAmy Thomson
Aaron M. Sprecher/AP This story was originally published by CityLab and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. During this year’s record-breaking hurricane season, oil rigs and refineries were just as exposed as any structure on the precarious Gulf Coast,...
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Energy Regulation, Politics & Policy
Democratic Megadonor Tom Steyer Still Isn't Ruling Out a 2020 Run
The AtlanticClare Foran
The former hedge-fund manager is making a populist pitch, but hasn’t made a decision yet on whether to seek public office. Democratic megadonor Tom Steyer might not be a household name, but he’s not ruling out a 2020 presidential run or a...
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Air Quality, Autism
From air pollution to pesticides, scientists are hunting for environmental causes of autism
Scroll.in - News. Politics. Culture.Ensia, Liza Gross
If you look just at the numbers, you might think autism rates are spiraling out of control. The rates seemed high enough at one in 150 in 2000, when public health officials started tracking a steady rise in the syndrome in the...
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Cleantech, Energy & Utilities
Lux Research: Innovation Interest In Renewables Is Declining, Peak Occurred 4 Years Ago
CleanTechnicaJames Ayre
Innovation interest in renewable energy tech has been declining in recent years, achieving a peak around 4 years ago, according to a recent analysis from Lux Research. According to the market research firm, this means that the long-term growth trajectory of the...
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