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The Bush administration announced on Wednesday plans to terminate provisions that would have allowed the expansion of power plants without being required to install new pollution controls.
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Calls on Coal Industry to Live up to the Promise of So-Called "Clean Coal" MENLO PARK, Calif., Dec.
Millions of birds could be in danger over the next five decades due to the development of Canadaâ€™s oil sands region, North American environmental groups announced on Wednesday.
New research from the U.S. Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) finds that the use of video game consoles nationwide consumes about as much electricity in a year as every home in San Diego combined.
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By Anonymous In a plan that potentially could destroy large tracts of the Rocky Mountain region, the Bush Administration has announced its draft regulations for opening 2,000,000 acres of public lands in Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah for commercial oil shale production, according to a report by the Natural Resources Defense Council, Washington, D.C.
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