ScienceDaily: Top Environment News: Scientists outline long-term sea-level rise in response to warming of planet

Jay Owen Earth Systems Science

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News  Scientists outline long-term sea-level rise in response to warming of planet Fiji’s largest marine reserve swarming with sharks Nesting Gulf of Mexico loggerhead turtles face offshore risks Distorted GPS signals reveal hurricane wind speeds Share robotic frogs help turn a boring mating call into a serenade …

Oil and gas sector taps into sustainability, as new reporting guidance launched

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Global Reporting Initiative press release For immediate release Wednesday 29 February 2012 Oil and gas sector taps into sustainability, as new reporting guidance launched Oil spills, carbon emissions and safety can now be reported on by companies in the oil and gas sector, thanks to new guidance published today (Wednesday …

Koch Subsidiary Told Regulators It Has ‘Direct and Substantial Interest’ in Keystone XL

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Koch Subsidiary Told Regulators It Has ‘Direct and Substantial Interest’ in Keystone XL By Stacy Feldman, InsideClimate News In recent months Koch Industries Inc., the business conglomerate run by billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch, has repeatedly told a U.S. Congressional committee and the news media that the proposed Keystone …

Hundreds Arrested in Sustained Tar Sands Protests at White House | Speculation Drives Up Coffee Prices

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  Hundreds Arrested in Sustained Tar Sands Protests at White House Protests demand Obama use veto power to halt proposed expansion of Keystone XL pipeline that would carry tar sands oil from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico Go to story | Go to homepage   Speculation Drives Up Coffee Prices Kevin …

Canadian Tar Sands: There’s No Such Thing as Ethical Oil (or Nuclear Power)

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A publication of the Carnegie Council By: Evan O’Neil 03/21/11 After the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and now the nuclear meltdown in Japan, it should be clear that oil and nuclear power are not benign forces. Both are toxic, dirty, and insecure forms of energy. It …