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Chancellor Angela Merkel appointed him for his charm and political skill as marshal of her vision of a 'green revolution' in Europe's biggest power
market. A year on, Peter Altmaier finds himself spurned by many environmentalists, disdained by ...
State of the Union addresses are wearying rituals, in which stitched-together lists of never-gonna-happen goals are woven into idealistic catchphrases, analyzed as rhetoric by an unqualified panel of poetry-critic-for-a-night political reporters, ...
A shipment of highly radioactive nuclear
fuel to Japan left the port of Cherbourg in northern France on Wednesday for the first time since the Fukushima disaster, French energy group Areva said on Thursday.
The shipment of mixed oxide ...
By most measures of environmental policy and progress, Ontario, Canada ranks well. Over the last half-century, Canada’s most populous province required cities and industries to treat every gallon of wastewater, dramatically reduced the level of ...
Exelon Corp. (EXC) left the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in 2009 over the group’s opposition
to a climate- change bill, declaring the “carbon-based free lunch” was over.
The company had a change of heart and rejoined the nation’s largest ...
President Obama on Monday named two people to his cabinet who will be charged with making good on his threat to use the power
s of the executive branch to tackle climate change and energy policy if Congress does not act quickly.Mr. Obama ...
Cumbria's tourism board has joined the growing clamour against any further research into the burying of nuclear power
station waste within the borders of the Lake District national park.
The board – which oversees the park, the county's ...
Yes, elections do have consequences, and those associated with a likely continuation of disastrous Obama administration energy policies will be huge. Now in this coming new year, with his hold on the Oval Office secure for a final term, the ...
President Barack Obama nominated Sen. John Kerry to become the next U.S. secretary of state, entrusting him with America's foreign policy at a time of widening civil strife in the Middle East and an expansionist and militarily strong
On a sunny, blowy evening in September, a new single turbine was being unveiled in the Gloucestershire village of St Briavels. If you had been in the room, you would have been filled with optimism about the future. It wasn't that the community ...
The topic of climate change was largely absent from both campaigns until Superstorm Sandy hit. While the storm may not have been caused by a changing climate, it highlighted the challenges to come if global warming is to take hold.
Renewable energy capacity will overtake nuclear power
in the UK by 2018, if current rates of growth continue, and will provide enough power
for one in 10 British homes by 2015, according to new research.
The amount of electricity ...
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Monday, Oct. 29, 2012The New Oil and Gas BoomBy Fareed Zakaria
In their second debate, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney began with a spirited discussion on energy, during which ...
The Big Energy industries (oil, coal and gas) along with their political allies like Mitt Romney are waging war against sustainable energy and the need to transform our energy system and reverse global warming. In many instances they are aided ...
Japan said Friday that it would seek to phase out nuclear power
by 2040 — a historic shift for a country that has long staked its future on such energy, but one that falls far short of the decisive steps the government had promised in the wake of ...
plants are a bit like insect eggs. At the start, there are huge numbers, but few of them make it to adulthood.
The last few days may have seen the demise of two reactor projects that had looked promising a few years ago, when the ...
Every Friday evening they gather before Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda's residence.
The first rally in March was modest: a few hundred citizens joined against nuclear power
, marking the anniversary of the earthquake- and tsunami-triggered ...
The world is warming, incomes are rising, and smaller families are living in larger houses in hotter places. One result is a booming market for air conditioning -- world sales in 2011 were up 13 percent over 2010, and that growth is expected to ...
The punishing seven-year drought of the 1950s in Texas brought about the modern era of water planning. But the drought of 2011 was the hottest, driest 12 months on record there.
Though only a handful of towns saw their water sources dry ...
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Coal-reliant Poland has pitched itself against the other 26 members of the European Union ahead of a debate on a low-carbon energy future this week, EU sources said.
The Commission aims to establish policy direction once a set of green ...
The blazing blue skies that Germany baked under last weekend added a fresh gleam to the nation's renewable energy revolution: a new world record for solar power
generation, equivalent to 20 nuclear power
stations. It is the battle between ...
Japan has yet to chart a future energy policy although it hit the switch on its last operating nuclear
reactor on May 5 following the accident at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power
plant.Discussions within the government lack a clear ...
The shutdown of Japan's last working nuclear power
plant and the government's failure to convince a wary public about restoring production at dozens of reactors leaves the world's third largest economy facing another summer of severe power
The Fukushima crisis is eroding years of Japanese efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions blamed for global warming, as power
plants running on oil and natural gas fill the electricity gap left by now-shuttered nuclear