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  1. Western society succumbed to excessive greed and now the price has to be paid. We look at how disaster could still be avoided by focusing on new energy development and which of the alternatives really have the potential to deliver.
    15-10-2009 by lovelylovely
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  2. Residential solar energy used to be impractical to own for many homeowners a few years ago. The technology back then was difficult acquire and expensive to build
    09-03-2010 by fernandodr
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  3. Solar Energy Facts If one could gaze directly at the sun, as on a partially cloudy day, they could see a giant golden ball that seems to be burning. The
    17-03-2010 by jojonesosn and 2 others
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  4. Define Global Warming Global warming is the gradual increase in the temperature of the Earth, both on land, as well as in the air. Global warming
    24-03-2010 by josronsros and 1 other
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  5. Even as the sense of urgency to address the energy issue grows, the momentum on the energy and climate bill continues to stall with a cap on carbon emissions becoming the central point of contention between Democrats and Republicans.
    06-07-2010 by stetuckerc
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  6. Last year ties 2005 for hottest year on record. In response, the GOP will attempt to shut down the EPA
    16-01-2011 by brinorkink
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  7. Coal has never been a friend to environmentalists, branded as the most polluting and unhealthiest fossil fuel. But now, Celanese, a Dallas-based chemical producer, has patented a technology that converts coal into industrial ethanol.
    07-02-2011 by cdanner
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  8. A fresh review posted at present by the American Tradition Institute reveals the electricity law will not only increase charges, but will also subtract jobs and additionally harm Ohio State's already battling economy
    25-04-2011 by enneellivin and 4 others
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  9. A brand new research publicized nowadays by the A.T.I. shows the electricity law will not only increase expenses, but will also reduce jobs and further harm the Buckeye State's already battling economy
    14-05-2011 by fertloessouish and 4 others
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  10. A fresh research publicized nowadays by the A.T.I. reveals the electricity law will not only amplify charges, but will also take away jobs and further more harm the Buckeye State's already struggling economy
    23-05-2011 by rocillemeni and 4 others
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