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Month: May 2019

India’s Coal Output To Grow 4.3% A Year Over Next 10 Years

Fitch Solutions Tuesday said India’s thermal coal output is projected to grow at an average annual rate of 4.3 percent by 2028. “In absolute volume terms, China and India will have the largest impact on the global coal market balance,”…

Young People Blame Climate Doomsayers For Not Saving Money

Lori Rodriguez, a 27-year-old communications professional in New York City, is not saving for retirement, and it isn’t necessarily because she can’t afford to — it’s because she doesn’t expect it to matter. Like many people her age, Rodriguez believes…

US Offshore Wind At Risk Of Delays After “Redundant” Defense & Interior Appropriations Language

New EnglandThe American Wind Energy Association has described language in recently-released Defense and Department of the Interior FY 2020 appropriations bills as “redundant” and says it threatens to needlessly delaying the development of the country’s offshore wind pipeline. 

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Prada announces a ban on fur

Prada has announced that it will finally ban the use of
all fur in future fashion lines. The major fashion company joins a growing list
of designers who have been successfully pressured by animal rights advocates.

Poor Response Forces Indian State To Stop Renewable Auctions

Lack of adequate and low-priced bids for large-scale solar and wind energy tenders has led the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu to decide not to issue any more tenders. This is a significant decision by one of the largest states in India by installed renewable energy capacity.

Soil communities threatened by destruction, instability of Amazon forests

A meta-analysis of nearly 300 studies of soil biodiversity in Amazonian forests found that the abundance, biomass, richness and diversity of soil fauna and microbes were reduced following deforestation.

A Moment in The Sun | The Planets | BBC Earth

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