Legal battles loom over oceanic environmental issues.
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You can't negotiate with the laws of physics.
And this examination takes us back to the Norsemen and their settlements in Newfoundland and Greenland. And that pesky issue of the Medaeval Warming.
Treece is in Kansas and it's a toxic town. The Treece truth is in the result: nature gives no free lunch.
Over $3 billion dollars worth of federal money will be awarded to smart grid projects in the U.S.
There's a move sponsored by Republicans to keep the EPA from taking administrative action to curtail industrial greenhouse gas emissions. The opponents of EPA action say the Clean Air Act was never intended to stop greenhouse gas emissions.
Here's another sign that whatever happens on energy in Congress, if anything, will be a sideshow: the EPA plans to reject a permit for a new coal mine in West Virginia. The planned mine would be yet another mountaintop removal.
A federal court has upheld the right of Hurricane Katrina victims to sue air polluters over rising sea levels. Earlier the Inuit residents of Alaskan village, Kivalina, had won the same right.
I recently blogged about the EPA's move against major greenhouse gas emitters in the U.S.
I actually heard one political analyst today say that "nobody" wants the EPA to single-handedly deal with greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S.