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Mo. Energy Co. Settles EPA's Emergency Response Claims
According to the EPA, it inspected Coastal Energy's facility in early 2014 and found that the company lacked a facility response plan and did not have an adequate spill prevention, control and countermeasure plan.
Saudi Arabia satisfied with Obama's assurances on Iran nuclear deal
“We continue to co-operate extremely closely in countering terrorist activities in the region and around the world, including the battle against [the Islamic State],” Mr. Obama said on Friday.
Obama to reassure Saudi King on Iran  Independent Online
Alaska puts politics aside for Obama visit: 'This is the president and this is ...
She and co-workers decided to take a coffee break as well. “I had co-workers with me who are completely opposed to his politics, they ran down there with us,” she said.
International attention on changing Arctic presents opportunity to thrive ...  Alaska Dispatch News
Obama on the stage of the Arctic Circle: to drill or not to drill?  EagleFordTexas.com (press release)
UBC researchers develop drug to treat scarring and autoimmune diseases
It has the potential to impact millions of patients worldwide,” said Dr. Aziz Ghahary, a professor in UBC's Department of Surgery and the director of the British Columbia Firefighters Burn and Wound Healing Laboratory, part of Vancouver Coastal Health ...
Environmental groups say too early to say settlement reached in lawsuit over ...
... company that has failed to end a decade-old oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico, but it's too early to talk about potential settlements.
The Homespun Tech That's Helping To Shore Up Louisiana's Disappearing Coastline
The angled shield at the front—inspired by WWII Russian tank designs, which were built at an angle to deflect bullets—breaks the energy of the wave, while built-in piping allows valuable sediment to flow through and settle on the shoreline behind ...
Energy East Pipeline could hurt whales, jobs, says Conservation Council
The proposed 4,600-kilometre pipeline would carry 1.1 million barrels a day of oilsands crude from western Canada to Saint John, where it would either be exported through a terminal co-owned by TransCanada and Irving Oil Ltd., or refined at Irving's ...
Cultural vandalism in America
But consider this: In 2010, the North Carolina Coastal Resources Commission's Science Panel, using advanced methods, estimated a sea-level rise that could threaten certain low-lying communities over the next century.
How our screwed-up CEO pay system makes climate change worse
Share prices can get a temporary boost from corporate lobbying to maintain government subsidies and block renewable energy initiatives, and from campaign donations that help elect climate deniers to Congress.
Vancouver's high-tech hurdle: Attracting top-level talent
After work the day before, the founder of Vancouver customer intelligence software company Vision Critical Communications Inc. and three buddies had driven up into the coastal mountains that tower over the city for a gruelling bike ride up and down ...