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September 2, 2014

 

Carbon Capture and Storage

 

Black Hills Power Looking To Build Coal-Fired Power Plant
KOTA — September 2
The location of a proposed facility to test out new technologies for capturing carbon dioxide from a working power plant could be decided within a few months. Two utilities which operate coal-fired power plants in the Gillette area are submitting information about the power plants to the Wyoming officials who are planning the test center.

 


Climate Change

 

Global Labour's Challenge to Climate Change
The Guardian — September 2
Bangladesh is a country particularly vulnerable to climate change. As a nation, it is facing enormous risk from extreme weather and sea level rise, both exacerbated by global warming. In fact, Bangladesh is considered the country most vulnerable to climate change, according to Maplecroft's 2013 Climate Change and Environmental Risk Atlas.

 

 

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