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  • No matter how strong the scientific consensus becomes, the campaign to discount climate change -- financed by the fossil-fuel industries and conservative foundations -- continues.

    Charles Alexander: Exposed: Global Warming Deniers

  • No matter how strong the scientific consensus becomes, the campaign to discount climate change -- financed by the fossil-fuel industries and conservative foundations -- continues.

    Charles Alexander: Exposed: Global Warming Deniers

  • China might also be susceptible to fluctuating energy markets, particularly as Japan and other countries in the coming months may demand increased fossil-fuel supplies as nuclear power comes under increased scrutiny following a series of problems at tsunami-damaged nuclear plants in Japan.

    Japanese Headwind May Hit Asia's Economies

  • No matter how strong the scientific consensus becomes, the campaign to discount climate change -- financed by the fossil-fuel industries and conservative foundations -- continues.

    Charles Alexander: Exposed: Global Warming Deniers

  • Pulling the EPA stopper out of the energy bottleneck would make nuclear power which the EPA has kept off the table for nearly 50 years viable, which would in turn decrease our fossil-fuel demands, which could be met by developing our own extensive petroleum, natural gas and oil-shale reserves.

    Let's Exploit Our U.S. Oil for Real Energy Independence

  • The battle, which pits manufacturers such as Dow Chemical Co. against energy producers like ConocoPhillips, shows how the boom in U.S. fossil-fuel production is upending markets and forcing policy makers into decisions they didn't imagine facing just a few years ago.

    Gas Exports Ignite a Feud

  • According to the Brookings Institution, the clean economy now employs 2.7 million Americans, more than the fossil-fuel industry.

    Clean Energy Is Winning in the U.S.

  • They also pledged to phase out "inefficient fossil-fuel subsidies," and to "aspire to reduce" aggregate energy use by 45% by 2035.

    APEC to Cut Tariffs on 'Green' Goods

  • The U.S. Geological Survey, which also monitors fossil-fuel resources, also tweaked its estimates, the EIA said.

    Whack to Estimate for Natural Gas

  • No matter how strong the scientific consensus becomes, the campaign to discount climate change -- financed by the fossil-fuel industries and conservative foundations -- continues.

    Charles Alexander: Exposed: Global Warming Deniers

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