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Last Chance to Save the World!

April has been an eventful month with a lot of stories from High Frequency Trading (HFT) to climate change grabbing the headlines.  Even though HFT garnered more than its fair share of time in the press and as even the U.S. 531 more words

Global Trade

Leaked IPCC climate plan to worsen global warming

By Nafeez Ahmed, April 7, 2014. Source: The Guardian

A British environmental organisation that has reviewed the draft of a forthcoming UN IPCC report on mitigating  1,457 more words

Climate Change

Cleaning dirty gas enabling CO2 sales to dirtier oil producers

Note: This sentence pretty much sums it all up: “He’s betting hydrocarbon consumers will increasingly opt to trap emissions from natural gas, if not to help the environment then to duck potential government sanctions — or to sell CO2 at a profit.

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Climate Change

Decatur ethanol production project showing success for carbon capture-storage (CCS) technology

Decatur, Illinois — Efforts to demonstrate the effectiveness of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology as a means of reducing global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions seem to be achieving success in an Archer-Daniels-Midland (ADM) ethanol production project based in Decatur. 552 more words

Carbon Capture

World's biggest coal company, world's biggest PR firm pair up to promote coal for poor people

Note: Looks like Peabody coal is taking this one right out of the UN’s “Sustainable Energy For All” playbook.  Pushing for more coal plants under the guise of reducing “energy poverty.”

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False Solutions To Climate Change

Carbon dioxide storage in NE Arizona Permian sandstone

The Arizona Geological Survey has completed a study of an area near Holbrook, Arizona, for its suitability to store carbon dioxide.  The new study is “ 594 more words


Can Kemper become the first US power plant to use 'clean coal'?

Note: Another absurd detour on the road to a scorched and lifeless planet…

-The GJEP Team

Suzanne Goldenberg, March 12, 2014. Source: The Guardian

The massive block of steel towers and pipes rises out of the morning fog like a sci-fi fantasy.

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Climate Change