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Asheville Citizen-Times
SKYLAND – North Carolina's new regulations for disposing of coal ash leave Duke Energy with two options at its Lake Julian plant – make fundamental and costly changes or stop burning coal altogether. The legislation ... Turning off the coal burners is ...

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Washington Times

Washington Times
“We know we can solve climate disruption by turning from dirty fossil fuels to clean, renewable energy. So what's stopping us? ... Org to the Sierra Club — with much street theater, puppetry and music involved, apparently. “The march will end with a ...

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The Star-Ledger
Eric Moses, a spokesman for the company, said Monday that Occidental, which purchased Diamond stock in the 1980s, will seek reimbursement from the companies that managed the site when the pollution occurred, including the Maxus Energy Corporation. “We ...
$190M settlement for Passaic River cleanupAsbury Park Press
$190M payoff in pollution suit would end decade-long legal fight over Passaic

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Great Forest advises companies on how to save money on energy costs, reduce waste removal fees and implement recycling programs, and achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification for their offices. ... While not opposed to ...

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During the dog days of summer late last month, the Sierra Club sponsored a "Beat the Heat" event in Bellevue, Washington, to support Governor Jay Inslee's call for climate action and pressure Puget Sound Energy (PSE) to come up with a... Read More on The Planet
Decision deals another heavy blow to coal exports in state, continuing a regional trend Monday, September 15, 2014Contact: Brett VandenHeuvel, 503.348.2436 | bv@columbiariverkeeper.orgMeg Matthews, 206.291.5942 | Read More on National Press Releases