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Burned gas separated from methane hydrate gas is seen on the deep-sea drilling vessel "Chikyu" in the Pacific, off Aichi Prefecture, central Japan, in this handout photo taken and released by Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) March 12, 2013. JOGMEC said on Tuesday it extracted gas from offshore methane hydrate deposits for the first time in the world, as part of an attempt to achieve commercial production within six years. Since 2001, Japan, which imports nearly all of its energy needs, has invested several hundred million dollars in developing technology to tap methane hydrate reserves off its coast that are estimated to be equal to about 11 years of gas consumption. Mandatory Credit.Credit: REUTERS

18 Sep 2014

U.S. green groups urge methane rules for oil and gas industry

By Ayesha Rascoe | 18 September 2014 (Reuters) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency must act to rein in methane pollution from the oil and gas industry, environmental groups said […]

A village woman carries firewood as others rest under a tree after they migrated due to shortage of water on the outskirts of Sami town in the western Indian state of Gujarat August 6, 2012. Armed with the latest monsoon rainfall data, weather experts finally conceded this month that India is facing a drought, confirming what millions of livestock farmers around the country had known for weeks. Picture taken August 6, 2012. To match feature INDIA-DROUGHT.Credit: REUTERS

18 Sep 2014

Green aid test for U.N. climate summit as poor seek $15 billion

By Alister Doyle | 18 September 2014 A U.N. summit on climate change next week will test rich nations’ willingness to fill a near-empty fund to help the poor, but […]

Bird Collisions with Glass
In the Minneapolis/Saint Paul area, Merlins are one of over 125 bird species that have been killed by collisions with building glass.  Photo credit: Rebecca Field

16 Sep 2014

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Birds, glass, and sports stadiums

By Deborah Laurel, Prendergast Laurel Architects | 16 September 2014 As we approach the centennial of The Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918, enacted to make it unlawful to kill […]

The sun sets behind power-generating windmill turbines from a wind farm near Dessau

16 Sep 2014

Germany unveils Europe’s biggest battery plant

By Helen Cahill | 16 September 2014 (Reuters) – Germany switched on Europe’s largest commercial battery plant on Tuesday, an installation powered by 25,600 lithium-ion batteries that will help stabilize […]

A portrait of global aerosols is seen in this undated NASA handout image produced by a GEOS-5 simulation at a 10-kilometer resolution released November 14, 2012. In the image, dust (red) is lifted from the surface, sea salt (blue) swirls inside cyclones, smoke (green) rises from fires, and sulfate particles (white) stream from volcanoes and fossil fuel emissions. High-resolution global atmospheric modeling provides a unique tool to study the role of weather within Earth's climate system. The Goddard Earth Observing System Model, Version 5 (GEOS-5) is capable of simulating worldwide weather at resolutions of 10 to 3.5 kilometers.Credit: Reuters

16 Sep 2014

White House partners with industry to tackle greenhouse gas

By Valerie Volcovici | 16 September 2014 (Reuters) – The White House on Tuesday announced steps to tackle a potent greenhouse gas used in refrigeration and air conditioning, of which […]

People swim in the sea as dried algae is pictured along the coastline in Qingdao, Shandong province, June 22, 2013.

Credit: Reuters/China Daily

15 Sep 2014

Ocean algae can evolve fast enough to adapt to climate change: study

By Alistair Doyle | 14 September 2014 (Reuters) – Tiny marine algae can evolve fast enough to cope with climate change in a sign that some ocean life may be […]

Fish lie dead in the harbor area of Redondo Beach, south of Los Angeles, California March 8, 2011. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

13 Sep 2014

Pesticides a concern for aquatic life in most U.S. urban streams : study

By Ian Simpson | 12 September 2014 (Reuters) – The proportion of urban streams in the United States with potentially worrisome levels of pesticides for aquatic life has surged to […]

A Tesla Motors logo is shown at a Tesla Motors dealership at Corte Madera Village, an outdoor retail mall, in Corte Madera

13 Sep 2014

Nevada Governor signs $1.3 billion tax break package for electric car maker Tesla

By Sandra Chereb | 12 September 2014 (Reuters) – Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval signed a package of bills on Thursday to provide $1.3 billion in tax breaks and other incentives […]


11 Sep 2014

Fragile ozone layer shows first sign of recovery – U.N.

By Tom Miles | 10 September 2014 * Ozone layer shields life from damaging rays * Sign of thickening shows success of global ban * World needs equal push against […]

Office workers are reflected on a screen displaying share prices as they walk past the Australian Securities Exchange building in central Sydney

10 Sep 2014

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Morgan Stanley incorporates sustainability into equity analysis

10 September 2014 Jessica Alsford, Head of Morgan Stanley’s Sustainable and Responsible research team, is driving a strategy to incorporate long term environmental, social and governance issues into the firm’s […]

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