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December 4, 2013
Carbon Capture and Storage
DOE official defends administration carbon capture rules
The Hill (blog)-December 3
The acting head of the Department of Energy's (DOE) fossil-fuel energy office, Christopher Smith, told lawmakers the technology is ready in comments submitted to the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee.
EPA head bets on China for climate change support
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy is optimistic that China will get on board with President Barack Obama’s climate change initiatives, especially as Beijing moves to address its growing health problems and ravenous energy appetite.
Sea-Level Rise Too Fast to Reverse Climate Change: Study
Dangerous rises in the sea level or heat waves that kill crops can arrive quickly and leave little time to put preventative measures in place, according to a study from the National Research Council, a group of scientists providing information for U.S. government decision-makers.
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