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China showing interest in $20 billion nuclear energy deal with Westinghouse
Westinghouse Electric Co. may be close to a $20 billion deal with China, according to its president and CEO Danny Roderick.
Offshore exploration raises concerns
As for marine mammals, Rittmaster said there are known instances of at least some �co-existing� with sonic oil and gas exploration activities in the Gulf of Mexico.
Doble Engineering to Create Integrated Protection System Management Program
An Edison International company, Southern California Edison is one of the nation's largest electric utilities, serving a population of nearly 14 million via 4.9 million customer accounts in a 50,000-square-mile service area within Central, Coastal and ...
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A Turkey Road Map for the Next EU Foreign Policy Chief
Concerning Turkey specifically, a more integrated approach will need to include the president of the European Commission, the European commissioners for enlargement, trade, humanitarian assistance, energy, home affairs, and education and culture, the ...
Town centres adapt as consumers move towards digital and convenience: report
Simon Roberts, managing director, health and beauty UK and Republic of Ireland, Alliance Boots, and Future High Streets Forum co-chairman said: �We welcome the report's findings and continue to work with the Future High Street Forum to drive this ...
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Ecuador Uses National Park to Oil Drilling
Despite its status as a protected area, energy companies have been drilling in Yasuni National Park has been the site of oil extraction since the 1970s.
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The economic risk of climate change
Changes in the climate have the potential to produce significant changes in the risk posed by natural hazards around the world. As the world economy grows and changes, the risk to businesses, governments and public well-being will be dominated by the ...
How ignoring climate change could sink the US economy  The News Journal
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Alaskan ocean acidification
Alaska's coastal waters are particularly vulnerable to ocean acidification because of cold water that can absorb more carbon dioxide, and unique ocean circulation patterns which bring naturally acidic deep ocean waters to the surface.
The Q&A: Jim Blackburn
At Rice, he serves as Director of the Interdisciplinary Minor in Energy and Water Sustainability, is co-director of the Severe Storm Prediction, Education and Evacuation from Disasters (SSPEED) Center, and is a Faculty Scholar for Energy Studies at the ...
Southwest, Southeast Alaska Face Highest Risks From Ocean Acidification
This is the first product from the Synthesis of Arctic Research effort that combines the work of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration with that of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management and University researchers in social sciences. Co ...