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June 4 News What Keystone Enbridge Builds And Expands Existing Tar Sands Pipeline Network
Blogger Ryan Koronowski published Tue Jun 04 09:56 2013 - Climate Progress
Enbridge is quietly building a network of pipelines from Canada to the United States while attention is focused on TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL project. Inside Climate News While all eyes are on TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline, another Canadian company is quietly building a 5,000-mile network of new and expanded pipelines that would achieve the same ...  read full story on "Climate Progress" »

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How Tesla Is Addressing Range Anxiety And Sticker Shock And Global Warming
Blogger Ryan Koronowski published Mon Jun 03 03:15 2013 - Climate Progress
Tesla Motors and Elon Musk have been in the news a lot lately, receiving coverage of their recent successes Climate Progress certainly included. Musk took a serious gamble to start an American electric car company, kept it going with help from almost half a billion in Energy Department loans, and has seen Tesla rise ...  read full story on "Climate Progress" »

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June 3 News Tar Sands Supporters Suffer Setback As British Columbia Rejects Pipeline
Blogger Ryan Koronowski published Mon Jun 03 10:30 2013 - Climate Progress
Prices for tar sands crude have been dropping in the absence of a reliable export route. The government of British Columbia issued an official submission to Canada’s pipeline review panel rejecting a proposed pipeline through the province to the Pacific. Guardian Efforts to expand production from the Alberta tar sands suffered a significant setback on ...  read full story on "Climate Progress" »

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What TransCanada’s CEO Is Not Saying About The Keystone Tar Sands Pipeline
Blogger Ryan Koronowski published Sat Jun 01 11:41 2013 - Climate Progress
TransCanada has lobbied the U.S. government to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, hoping to transport the heavy, bitumen-laden tar sands crude oil to coastal refineries in Texas. The corporation’s Chief Executive Officer Russ Girling said in an interview scheduled to air this weekend on Bloomberg Television that rejecting the pipeline would increase greenhouse gas emissions. ...  read full story on "Climate Progress" »

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Weekend Open Thread Where Were You When CO2 Hit 400 PPM
Blogger Ryan Koronowski published Sat Jun 01 09:06 2013 - Climate Progress
Earth’s atmosphere hit 400 parts per million of carbon dioxide last month the highest level humans have ever experienced. This can be easily tracked here through measurements at an observatory on Mauna Loa in Hawai’i. The Keeling Curve which really appears as more of a line pointing upwards is named after the man who ...  read full story on "Climate Progress" »

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May 31 News UN Recommends Big Companies Report Environmental Impacts As Well As Profits
Blogger Ryan Koronowski published Fri May 31 09:57 2013 - Climate Progress
A UN development panel concluded that climate change is too important an issue to leave off of corporate disclosure forms. Reuters Big companies should report their impact on the environment in addition to their earnings under a U.N. plan to boost economic growth and ease poverty by 2030, according to recommendations by a panel of ...  read full story on "Climate Progress" »

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Exxon CEO What Good Is It To Save The Planet If Humanity Suffers ’
Blogger Ryan Koronowski published Thu May 30 11:21 2013 - Climate Progress
At Wednesday’s meeting for ExxonMobil shareholders in Dallas, CEO Rex Tillerson told those assembled that an economy that runs on oil is here to stay, and cutting carbon emissions would do no good. He asked, What good is it to save the planet if humanity suffers One good would be that humanity has a habitable ...  read full story on "Climate Progress" »

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May 30 News Mt. Everest Glaciers Retreated Uphill 580 Feet
Blogger Ryan Koronowski published Thu May 30 09:37 2013 - Climate Progress
Mt. Everest’s glaciers have retreated uphil nearly 580 feet, which is something you can see online courtesy of Microsoft and the nonprofit GlacierWorks. Capital Weather Gang, EarthTechling A recent study led by a graduate student at the University of Milan in Italy reveals declining snow amounts and retreating glaciers in the Mount Everest region, reaffirming ...  read full story on "Climate Progress" »

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Intense Heat Wave In India Brings Sunstroke Deaths, Electric Grid Meltdown, And Spoiled Fruit
Blogger Ryan Koronowski published Wed May 29 06:30 2013 - Climate Progress
Heat wave conditions have claimed the lives of over 500 people in India since April. India’s Department of Disaster Management reported that 524 people have died of sunstroke since April 1. The Indian Meteorological Department said tomorrow’s forecast called for clear skies and continued heat, warning that the heatwave will continue. The Times of India ...  read full story on "Climate Progress" »

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