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France Passes Law Banning Fossil Fuels [Gaille Energy Blog Issue 59]

Toreador Resources Corporation was one of the first companies to exploit international shale in the late 2000s.  Hydraulic fracturing was working in the United States, and similar shale formations exist around the world.  1,174 more words

Energy Policy

International Study Grants for Climate Protection

The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation has announced the International Climate Protection Fellowship. This would enable prospective leaders in academia and industry implement research-based proposals in the field of climate protection or climate-related resource conservation during a one-year stay in Germany. 678 more words

Sustainability

Impeachment Arguments on Water Issues

A guest post by Jonathan A. French, Ph.D

The President has sworn to “preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States,” whose preamble reads: 341 more words

Politics

Ditching Plastic in Hong Kong

Photo by Myrtle Beach TheDigitel

Hong Kong University has banned the use of single use water plastic bottles.

By Jose Gutierrez, JMSC News

HONG KONG. The University of Hong Kong might become 100 percent free of single-use one liter or less… 320 more words

Carbonfootprint

A fake Facebook Live of a tornado GIF got more than 14 million views

Facebook Live was conceived to settle viewers in the middle of a scene.

SEE ALSO: Those Facebook Lives from cavity are fake AF

But what happens when that scene is bullshitted? 547 more words

Energy Terrorists [Gaille Energy Blog Issue 49]

October 2016 – Coordinated attacks on five pipelines in four states accessed emergency shut-off valves and stopped the flow of 15% of daily American oil supply.   1,013 more words

Energy Policy