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  1. Montana Court Strikes Down Water Pollution Permit For Montanore Mine, Protecting Clean Water And Native Fish
    7/29/2019

    A Montana District Court judge has invalidated the water permit for the Montanore Mine , a proposed silver-copper mine that would have bored beneath the Cabinet Mountains Wilderness in Montana.

  2. Protest Challenges Trump’s Fossil-Fuel Expansion Plan Threatening Southwestern Colorado
    7/29/2019

    Conservation groups protested a Trump administration plan today that would expand federal fossil-fuel development in southwestern Colorado, threatening climate, wildlife and recreation

  3. Can We Reuse Polluted Water? Yes, Add Bacteria
    7/29/2019

    Drilling a single oil or natural gas well with hydraulic fracturing requires between 1.5 to 16 million gallons of water. When the well starts flowing, the fluid that is brought back to the surface alongside the oil and gas is a combination of the injected fluid and brine from aquifers – a difficult-to-treat mixture known as produced water.

  4. Cox Enterprises Continues To Invest In Technologies Converting Waste Into Clean Energy
    7/29/2019

    Advancing its strategy to build a sustainable world, Cox Enterprises announced today that it has committed to investing $10 million in Sierra Energy, which recently completed a $33 million equity round led by Breakthrough Energy Ventures

  5. SoCalGas And Calgren Announce Completion Of Dairy Renewable Natural Gas Facility, Expected To Be Largest In U.S.
    7/29/2019

    Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today joined Calgren Dairy Fuels, and state and local elected officials to announce the completion of Calgren's dairy renewable natural gas facility

  6. Propane Vehicles Reducing Emissions In National Parks During National Park And Recreation Month
    7/26/2019

    During National Park and Recreation Month in July and throughout the 2019 summer season, millions of families across America will visit a United States national park

  7. Black & Veatch: Insightful Charging Infrastructure Planning Critical To Enabling Cost-Effective Electric Fleets
    7/25/2019

    Driven largely by economics, rising air pollution from vehicle emissions and new advances in technology, transportation is transforming and becoming more sustainable, competitive and innovative. U.S. sales of passenger electric vehicles have soared in the last decade

  8. Brightmark Energy Acquires Wisconsin Dairy Biogas Project
    7/25/2019

    Brightmark Energy, a San Francisco-based waste and energy development company, announced recently that it has purchased an anaerobic digester northwest of Madison, Wisconsin that will convert 90,000 gallons per day of dairy waste from three local farms into biogas and other useful products

  9. PSEG Plans To Reduce Carbon Emissions 80% By 2046 With A Vision Of Net-Zero By 2050
    7/25/2019

    As part of its Powering Progress vision for the future, PSEG announced that it expects to cut its power fleet's carbon emissions by 80% by 2046, from 2005 levels. PSEG also announced its vision of attaining net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 assuming advances in technology and public policy

  10. Cargill Announces Commitment To Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions Across Its North American Beef Supply Chain
    7/24/2019

    Global demand for protein is rising rapidly, challenging farmers, ranchers and agribusiness to feed a growing population while protecting the planet. Across the food and agriculture industry, there is a pressing need to do more with less impact. To help address this need, Cargill is launching BeefUp Sustainability, an initiative committed to achieving a 30% greenhouse gas (GHG) intensity reduction across its North American beef supply chain by 2030.