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Copper Prices Send A Bullish Signal About Green Growth

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Copper prices notched an 8-year high this week. Marina Lystseva/TASS Copper prices have a message for the world: expect to make a lot of wind farms, wires, electric cars and other staples of the green economy. Prices of the metal pushed above $7,000 per tonne this week, the highest since December 2013. It was a sign not
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To Re-Enter Paris Agreement, U.S. Must Draft A New Climate Pledge

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin The Arc de Triomphe is illuminated in green with the words "Paris Agreement is done" on November 4, ... [+] 2016 in Paris, France, to celebrate the first day of the application of the Paris COP21 climate accord. (Photo by Chesnot/Getty Images) Getty Images Donald Trump’s brief withdrawal from the Paris Agreement
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Why are nuclear plants so expensive? Safety’s only part of the story

EnlargeUS DOE Should any discussion of nuclear power go on for long enough, it becomes inevitable that someone will rant that the only reason they've become unaffordable is a proliferation of safety regulations. The argument is rarely (if ever) fleshed out—no specific regulation is ever identified as problematic, and there seems to be no consideration given to the fact
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$325 Million Raised For Europe’s Largest Impact Fund

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin getty Astanor Ventures announced today the creation of a $325m global fund that will invest exclusively in food, agriculture, and ocean tech startups. Integral to the fund’s mission is the delivery of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and acceleration of climate-positive commitments, such as the EU’s Farm to Fork
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GM Sets Sites On Overtaking Tesla With $27 Billion Push For EV Market Dominance

GM Chairman and CEO Mary Barra is setting the company on a course to challenge Tesla for EV dominance. ASSOCIATED PRESS General Motors is shifting into overdrive on electric vehicles to carve out a bigger share of that market, with plans for dozens of new models, redeployment of engineers to a dedicated electric vehicle division and committing $27 billion for battery and
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Solar Energy Projects Hold Bright Prospects Where Coal Mines Once Prospered

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Chris Kouns, left and Dave Cook, right, Solar Panel installers with Bella Energy, finish installing ... [+] panels on the roof top of 1535 Spruce Street in Boulder.The sudden suspension and lower incentive rates of Xcel Energy's rebate program has drastically impacted solar installation companies in Colorado. Layoffs in