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Influencing Consumers by Taxing Carbon

In less than a week, the 2015 Paris Climate Conference (COP21) convenes with the goal of establishing binding agreements on global carbon (CO2) emissions sufficient to limit global warming to two degrees Celsius. 1,340 more words



With Canada’s new political climate coinciding with the run-up to the Paris COP21 meetings from November 30 to December 11, there has been a flood of energy and climate policy documents from Canada’s think tanks and advocacy groups. 525 more words

Energy Policy

Russian Power Assets Attacked – How long will the Trans-Siberian Pipeline last?

By Eric Worrall – Re-Blogged From WattsUpWithThat

Power pylons supplying regions of the Crimean have been blown up, causing significant economic disruption to disputed territory currently occupied by Russian backed Ukrainian rebels. 426 more words

Foreign Policy

BLM issues proposed plan for drilling, recreation around Roan Plateau -- Denver Business Journal

From the Denver Business Journal (Cathy Protor):

Nearly a year after settling long-running legal battles over oil and gas drilling on the Roan Plateau in western Colorado, the federal government on Tuesday issued a draft plan for how to manage recreation and drilling in the area.

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Colorado Water

Gearing up for the EI’s 2016 Energy Barometer

Although we only published the first Energy Barometer this year, it has already become a widely recognised and understood report by those that help to shape the energy world we, as energy professionals, work to sustain and develop. 202 more words

Energy Institute

Volkswagen: Crass Crony Corporate Capitalistic Capitulation

By Dr Tim Ball – Re-Blogged From http://www.WattsUpWithThat.com

Winston Churchill famously defined an appeaser as someone who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last. 1,111 more words

GDP & Employment

Solar array powering Battlement water plant -- The Glenwood Springs Post Independent

From the Glenwood Springs Post Independent (Heather McGregor):

Bill Nelson and Michelle Foster, members of the Battlement Mesa Metro District board, cut a bright yellow ribbon Thursday to celebrate the completion of a solar array that will power the district’s water treatment plant.

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Colorado Water