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School lunch share tables fight food waste and hunger.
civileats.com • Melissa Terry
California's clean-air problem is a lot bigger than just Trump
Automotive News Blogs Feed • John Lippert
Dead dolphin found in the Hutchinson River in Mount Vernon
7online.com (WABC-TV New York)
Chemical Industrial Agriculture is Unsustainable. Here’s why
Resiliance.org • Alice Friedemann
Keeping an Eye on Climate Change
Slate • Tanya Harrison
Populism Threatens Energy Transition: Centrica
Natural Gas Europe - Latest News
Michigan begins to unroll new energy laws, study distributed generation costs
Midwest Energy News • Andy Balaskovitz
Texas’ oil and natural gas regulators need proper funding
All TribTalk Articles • Todd Staples
India’s Auctions Have Pushed Solar Prices Down 73% Since 2010
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Ignore The Noise, This REIT Is Highly Predictable
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Energy Regulation
School lunch share tables fight food waste and hunger.
civileats.comMelissa Terry
“Can I have that banana? I’m still hungry,” said a sixth-grade student peering into a bin full of unopened bananas, apples, milk, and a couple of unopened, plastic-wrapped sandwiches at a public middle school in Fayetteville, Arkansas recently. These unopened items are...
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Air Quality, Auto Industry
California's clean-air problem is a lot bigger than just Trump
Automotive News Blogs FeedJohn Lippert
No state is tougher on dirty air than California. How tough? So tough that, if trends hold, it may fall short of its own goals. As President Donald Trump moves to roll back decades of regulation, the Golden State has positioned itself...
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Energy Regulation
Dead dolphin found in the Hutchinson River in Mount Vernon
7online.com (WABC-TV New York)
MOUNT VERNON, Westchester County (WABC) -- Investigators in Westchester County are trying to determine how a dead dolphin ended up in a river. The dolphin was found in the Hutchinson River near Mount Vernon and Pelham Friday afternoon. The cause of death...
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Agriculture, Biodiversity
Chemical Industrial Agriculture is Unsustainable. Here’s why
Resiliance.orgAlice Friedemann
[ This is a book review of Dyer’s “Chasing the Red Queen”, and I have added additional information and conclusions. This book is not technical and could be read by both high school and undergraduate students as an introduction to soil ecosystems...
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Energy Regulation
Keeping an Eye on Climate Change
SlateTanya Harrison
DigitalGlobe You may not think about it, but space is critical to your daily life. Weather forecasts, GPS navigation systems, environmental monitoring, and synchronized time for banking and electricity grids are the most typical ways we interact with space resources daily. Gone...
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Economic Policy, Emissions Trading
Populism Threatens Energy Transition: Centrica
Natural Gas Europe - Latest News
The transformation in energy is not going to stop, but political and societal events are conspiring to make the transition more difficult, Centrica CEO Iain Conn (pictured below) said in a speech March 24. "The 'demand pull' from market forces is taking...
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Distributed Generation, Electricity Markets
Michigan begins to unroll new energy laws, study distributed generation costs
Midwest Energy NewsAndy Balaskovitz
A two-year legislative process to reach compromise on wide-ranging energy bills in Michigan will now turn into a two-year implementation period as state officials, utilities and stakeholders comply with provisions in the new laws.
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Ecology, Energy Regulation
Texas’ oil and natural gas regulators need proper funding
All TribTalk ArticlesTodd Staples
Energy Texas lawmakers are reviewing the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC), the state agency that regulates the oil and natural gas industry, as part of the sunset review process. Lawmakers would do well to not only reauthorize the RRC but to also...
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Barack Obama, Cleantech
India’s Auctions Have Pushed Solar Prices Down 73% Since 2010
Greentech Media
LiveMint: Solar Tariffs in India Have Fallen by 73% Since 2010 Average solar tariffs in India have fallen by about 73% since 2010, almost in line with Chinese spot module prices, which have also fallen by about 80% in the same period,...
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Accounting, Energy Efficiency
Ignore The Noise, This REIT Is Highly Predictable
Seeking AlphaBrad Thomas
Summary Who said free-throws don’t win games? Hannon Armstrong could be the true Cinderella story in my bracketoloy series. Regardless of the noise, HASI is continuing to book solid assets, locking in valuable spreads. Does anybody remember Blake Ahearn? He is the...
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