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Forest Experts Agree: Eco-Policies Causing CA Fires, Not Climate Change

Over the last few days, California Governor Gavin Newsom, other politicians, and the news media have pointed to climate change as the single most important cause of historic, high-intensity “mega-fires” ripping through California and Oregon. “This isn’t about ideology,” tweeted…

Benefits likely outweigh costs for national monuments in the American west

(Resources for the Future (RFF)) New peer-reviewed research describes the history of the 1906 Antiquities Act (used to create national monuments), the controversies that have swirled around monument designation, and findings in the peer-reviewed literature about their impacts on surrounding communities.

CNN Falsely Blames Climate Change For Siberian Craters

The phrase “never let a potential climate crisis story go to waste” must be in CNN’s news handbook because this headline has absolutely nothing to do with global warming aka climate change. The story at CNN titled Massive mystery holes…

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Unraveling the secrets of Tennessee whiskey

More than a century has passed since the last scientific analyses of the famed ‘Lincoln County [Tennessee] process’ was published, but the secrets of the famous Tennessee whiskey flavor are starting to unravel. The latest research promises advancements in the field of flavor science as well as marketing.

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Comprehensive look at US fuel economy standards show big savings on fuel and emissions

A new study finds that over their 40-year history, fuel economy standards in the United States have helped reduce reliance on foreign oil producers, saved $5 trillion in fuel costs and prevented 14 billion metric tons of carbon from being released into the atmosphere. The standards (known as CAFE standards), first enacted to reduce foreign oil dependence, were cost-effective, fair, durable and adaptive, the researchers find.

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Comprehensive look at US fuel economy standards show big savings on fuel and emissions

A new study finds that over their 40-year history, fuel economy standards in the United States have helped reduce reliance on foreign oil producers, saved $5 trillion in fuel costs and prevented 14 billion metric tons of carbon from being released into the atmosphere. The standards (known as CAFE standards), first enacted to reduce foreign oil dependence, were cost-effective, fair, durable and adaptive, the researchers find.

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Comprehensive look at US fuel economy standards show big savings on fuel and emissions

A new study finds that over their 40-year history, fuel economy standards in the United States have helped reduce reliance on foreign oil producers, saved $5 trillion in fuel costs and prevented 14 billion metric tons of carbon from being released into the atmosphere. The standards (known as CAFE standards), first enacted to reduce foreign oil dependence, were cost-effective, fair, durable and adaptive, the researchers find.

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Comprehensive look at US fuel economy standards show big savings on fuel and emissions

A new study finds that over their 40-year history, fuel economy standards in the United States have helped reduce reliance on foreign oil producers, saved $5 trillion in fuel costs and prevented 14 billion metric tons of carbon from being released into the atmosphere. The standards (known as CAFE standards), first enacted to reduce foreign oil dependence, were cost-effective, fair, durable and adaptive, the researchers find.