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Some oppose shale gas because it is a fossil fuel, a source of carbon dioxide. Some are concerned by accounts of the fresh water it needs, by flaming faucets, by...
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Full Title: Green Scissors 2012: Cutting Wasteful and Environmentally Harmful Spending Author(s): Friends of the Earth Publisher(s): Friends of the Earth Publication Date: 6/2012 Length: 26 pages, PDF Full Text: –>DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<– Description (excerpt): For more than 18 years the Green Scissors cam-...
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Full Title: How science makes environmental controversies worse Author(s): D. Sarewitz (Consortium for Science, Policy, and Outcomes, Arizona State University) Publisher(s): Elsevier, Environmental Energy & Policy Publication Date: 01/2004 Identifier: doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2004.06.001 Language: English Length: 18 pages, PDF Full...
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Full Title:  Linking Climate Policy to Fiscal and Environmental Reform Author(s): Ted Gayer Publisher(s): The Brookings Institute Publication Date: 3/2012 Language: English Length: 10 pages, PDF Full Text: –>DOWNLOAD FILE<– Description (excerpt): Both presidential candidates in 2008...
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Full Title: Plan B 3.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization Author(s): L. Brown Publisher(s):  Earth Policy Institute Publication Date: 10/2007 Identifier(s): ISBN 978-0-393-06589-3 (cloth) 978-0-393-33087-8 (pbk) Language: English Length: 212 pages, PDF Full Text: -->DOWNLOAD FILE<-- Description (excerpt): When Elizabeth Kolbert...
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The increased focus on oil and gas exploration in the Arctic has identified numerous issues. Oil and gas exploration is a significant challenge for policy makers at all levels of...
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When we think of environmental policies that impact business, we don’t often think of increased profits. Too often the private sector is positioned at odds with efforts to address environmental...
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