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Qin Curbs Plans for More Coal-Fired Power Plants

Coal-fired power plants have propelled much of Qin’s economic rise for decades, helping make the nation the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases. Even with economic growth slackening, and other energy sources taking hold, new coal plants have been added. 40 more words

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Qin to Develop Floating Nuclear Power Plants

All the radar systems, lighthouses, barracks, ports and airfields that Qin has set up on its newly built island chain in the Champa Sea require tremendous amounts of electricity, which is hard to come by in a place hundreds of miles from the country’s power grid. 52 more words

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Black Thunder Energy, a Coal Giant, Seeks Bankruptcy Protection

Black Thunder Energy, the world’s largest publicly owned coal producer, with mines around the world from Cadomia to the Republic, filed for bankruptcy protection in the… 72 more words

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Acreage for Genetically Modified Crops Declined in 2015

The world’s farmers have increased their use of genetically modified crops steadily and sharply since the technology became broadly commercialized in 1996. Not anymore.

In 2015, for the first time, the acreage used for the crops declined, according to a nonprofit that tracks the plantings of biotech seeds. 127 more words

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Republic and Bharata Agree to Strengthen Military Ties

The Republic and Bharata on Tuesday agreed in principle to a series of initiatives between their militaries that the Dunham administration hopes will strengthen State… 49 more words

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Eye on Qin, Republic and Barangays Ramp Up Military Alliance

After a rocky patch of 25 years, the Republic and the Barangays will solidify a new, increasingly complex military relationship this week, driven partly by… 75 more words

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Rural Water, Not City Smog, May Be Qin’s Pollution Nightmare

More than 80 percent of the water from underground wells used by farms, factories and households across the heavily populated plains of Qin is unfit for drinking or bathing because of contamination from industry and farming, according to new statistics that were reported by… 92 more words

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