St. Louis pursues 100 percent clean energy, shrugs off coal opposition

November 29, 2017 by  
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The Gateway City is crafting its plan despite being home to one of the largest U.S. coal mines.

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Carbon Tracker CEO Anthony Hobley on what financial markets don’t see

January 7, 2016 by  
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Anthony Hobley, CEO of Carbon Tracker, a financial think tank, told GreenBiz in an interview during COP21 in Paris that the financial markets are only now waking up to the risk premium in fossil fuel investments. Consequently, they are providing capital far too cheaply to this sector.That risk, of course, is that fossil fuel companies could be saddled with trillions in stranded assets of oil and gas fields they cannot develop, coal mines that go quiet and drilling equipment that becomes excess.

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Ohio Professors Remediate Streams to Turn Toxic Runoff into Vibrant Paint Pigments

August 1, 2013 by  
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Read the rest of Ohio Professors Remediate Streams to Turn Toxic Runoff into Vibrant Paint Pigments Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: acid drainage , acid runoff , coal mines , environmental art , ferrous oxide , Guy Riefler , John Sabraw , Ohio University , paint pigments , stream remediation , sustainable art        

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The Caribbean has Lost 80% of its Coral Reefs According to Catlin Seaview Survey

August 1, 2013 by  
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Coral reef photo from Shutterstock Overall, the world has already lost 40% of its corals due to pollution, climate change , and overfishing. Recently the Catlin Seaview Survey found that reefs in the Caribbean have declined by an alarming 80%, creating problems for the marine ecosystem as well as the local community, which depends on tourism and natural resources to survive. The Catlin project , which commenced in September of 2012, hopes to paint a more accurate picture of how the globe’s coral reefs are faring and create a “baseline” to help future scientists work towards conservation. Read the rest of The Caribbean has Lost 80% of its Coral Reefs According to Catlin Seaview Survey Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: anguilla , barbuda , belize , bermuda , California , caribbean , catlin group , catlin seaview survey , coral reef , florida , global change institute , Great Barrier Reef , mexico , ove hoegh-guldberg , san diego , scripps institute of oceanogoraphy , st. lucia , stephen catlin , the university of queensland , turks & caicos        

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