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Senate Reinstated Obama-Era Regulations on Methane

“More regulations are not the answer,” said Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming, the ranking Republican on the Senate Energy Committee. Mr. Barrasso noted that he had written legislation designed to reduce methane emissions by requiring additional permitting of natural gas pipelines. “Congress should advance solutions like my legislation — not relitigate regulatory fights from the […]

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Study links hydraulic fracking with increased risk of heart attack hospitalization, death — ScienceDaily

The Marcellus Formation straddles the New York State and Pennsylvania border, a region that shares similar geography and population demographics. However, on one side of the state line unconventional natural gas development — or fracking — is banned, while on the other side it represents a multi-billion dollar industry. New research takes advantage of this […]

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Apple gets a patent to make foldable devices

Apple gets a patent to make foldable devices – CBS News Watch CBSN Live Apple has been awarded a patent for foldable electronic devices, including phones and tablets. CNET editor Dan Ackerman joins CBSN with more. Be the first to know Get browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting. Not Now Turn […]

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Local vs. U.S. monitoring stations — ScienceDaily

A new analysis of air pollution data from five large Chinese cities has found statistically significant differences between data from monitoring stations run by local governments and data from stations run by U.S. embassies and consulates. Jesse Turiel of the Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government and Robert Kaufmann of Boston University present […]

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