EPA Studies Say Fracking Does Not Harm Drinking Water

EPA Studies Say Fracking Does Not Harm Drinking Water

By Carrie Ann - Jun 05, 2015

Every year, oil and gas companies are fracking in more than 25,000 wells across the United States, which include injecting gallons of water mixed with chemicals deep underground wi

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Environmental Protection Agency defines new rules to curtail Emissions from Aircrafts

Environmental Protection Agency defines new rules to curtail Emissions from Aircrafts

By Anna Domanska - Jun 03, 2015

The Obama administration will define new rules to curtail emissions from airplanes, expanding a quest to undertake climate change, which includes a series of significant regulation

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Power & Money Go Together: Warren Buffet’s Blind Bet on Wind and Solar Power

Power & Money Go Together: Warren Buffet’s Blind Bet on Wind and Solar Power

By Carrie Ann - Jun 11, 2014

The most successful investor of the 20th century, Warren Buffett vowed to spend double the current outlay of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. on wind and solar power in the U.S yesterday. A

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New Carbon Pollution Standards Can Create 274,000 Jobs, Save $37 Billion on Energy Bills

New Carbon Pollution Standards Can Create 274,000 Jobs, Save $37 Billion on Energy Bills

By Carrie Ann - Jun 03, 2014

SUMMARY: According to a new study, Carbon pollution standards for power plants, as proposed by the Obama administration today, can save American households and business customers o

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EPA adopts tougher pollution rule to lower sulfur limits in fuel

EPA adopts tougher pollution rule to lower sulfur limits in fuel

By Anna Domanska - Mar 04, 2014

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Monday has finalized the new Tier 3 vehicle emission standards for cars and gasoline that the agency claims will significantly re

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