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Carbon Capture

Grasslands, Forests & Wetlands: Nature's Carbon Capture & Storage Solution - Columnists - The Prince Albert Daily Herald

... has our federal and provincial governments on their toes, trying to find solutions on how to reduce carbon (CO2) emissions and store those we generate. What if we told you there was a carbon capture and storage solution right in our backyards? Intact landscapes such as wetlands, forests and grasslands are some of nature's best carbon sinks - meaning they have the ability to store large amounts ...

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Climate Change

Ellie Goulding tells fan not to come to gig in Donald Trump row - BBC Newsbeat

... issues. Trump, who's in the running to be the next US president, has pledged to end America's role in the Paris climate agreement. 195 countries signed up to new measures to tackle global warming in April 2016. Trump also stated his intentions to begin mining fossil fuels from the USA's natural resources. "Donald Trump continues to say that climate change is a 'hoax', and that he would ...

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Solar

Alma telescope peers into space from Chile's mountains - BBC News

... says Alma allows scientists to make much more accurate measurements The telescope has also detected sugar molecules in a gas surrounding a young star similar to our sun. That suggests that solar systems other than our own might be able to support life. And Alma has been used to look at binary star systems which, unlike our own solar system, contain two suns rather than one. No-one knows ...

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Hydroelectric

Woody Guthrie Day recalls folk singer, songs from 1941 promoting Columbia River, dam | The Columbian

... of the most productive months of Guthrie's career, and will be celebrated on Saturday with a gathering at the giant dam on the Columbia River that remains the nation's greatest producer of hydropower. The 26 songs composed in the spring of 1941 included favorites like "Roll on Columbia," "Pastures of Plenty," and "The Biggest Thing that Man has Ever Done." Collectively they are known as "The ...

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Coal

'Stockbroker's Bible' Just Told Oil Industry To Accept Its Demise

... revolution. Without human interference, the carbon in fossil fuels would leak slowly into the atmosphere through volcanic activity over millions of years in the slow carbon cycle. By burning coal, oil, and natural gas, we accelerate the process, releasing vast amounts of carbon (carbon that took millions of years to accumulate) into the atmosphere every year. ...

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Oil

Militants blow up Shell, Agip pipelines in Nigeria - Yahoo Finance

... linking the Dutch-British Shell company's Bonny terminal and the Brass export terminal of the Italian company Agip. A local community leader Eke-Spiff Erempagamo confirmed the attack. Nigeria's oil production had already fallen from a projected 2.2 million barrels a day to 1.4 million barrels before the latest attacks on the oil industry in southern Nigeria, including three within the past ...

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Wind

19 new Galapagos wind turbines no danger to endangered seabird? | Examiner.com

... visitors is capped at 200,000. San Cristbal is the busiest of the inhabited islands, all of which have a 30,000 people. That population is projected to rise to 33,000 by 2020. U.S. WIND POWER CONCERNS A study published in 2016 in the Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management found that 25% of Great Plains bird species fly at the same heights as spinning turbine blades. Up to 328,000 ...

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Geothermal

Lopez Group subsidiaries commit to tap only green energy' source | mb.com.ph | Philippine News

... rising and this is leading to more severe weather occurrences throughout the world." The power generation portfolios of the Lopez are generally of renewable energy technologies such as geothermal, hydro, wind and solar; while its fossil fuel-fired facilities are of gas technology - wherein the carbon emissions would be half of that of coal plants. The Lopez group reiterated study outcomes ...

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Alternative Energy

How To Buy A Solar System - SolarCity Corp. (NASDAQ:SCTY) | Seeking Alpha

... kWh a year, but by installing only a 9,000 kWh/year system, my monthly power bill dropped from $450 to $50 a month. This system cost me $32,000, or $22,400 net after the 30% alternative energy investment tax credit, giving me a breakeven point of four years and eight months. Don't focus too much on the panels themselves, as they are only 25% of a system's costs. The big installers, like ...

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Carbon Credits

Wildrose suspends MLA from caucus over insult to Wynne on Facebook - The Globe and Mail

... it would be different." She suggested the criticism by Wildrose had more to do with their opposition to fighting climate change. The Wildrose has been attacking Notley's broad-based carbon tax as an unnecessary burden at a time many Albertans are losing their jobs. Nenshi criticized the Wildrose. "The first thing I did this morning was apologize on behalf of the people of Calgary for ...

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