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Xavier Becerra Sep 18
: We just sued Trump Administration for its unlawful attempt to repeal the Rule. We’ve sued the Admin before over the illegal delay and suspension of this rule and will continue holding them accountable for the sake of our people and planet.
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Environmental Action 13h
Mr. President, Your administration admits that its new rules on will increase cases of lung and heart illnesses. (SOURCE: ) How will you ensure Americans don't suffer needlessly as a result? c/o: ,
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EcoWatch 9h
Lets Companies Release More Climate-Warming
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Arctic Council 14h
The meeting of the Council Expert Group on and is in full swing in Helsinki, Finland. Summary of Progress and Recommendations Report from 2017 can be found here:
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Jason Bordoff Sep 11
Many of the largest oil & gas companies have taken constructive steps in committing to continually reduce leakage. Today would be a good day to reaffirm their support for sensible, cost-effective methane regulations.
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ReReDuce Sep 10
makes up only about nine percent of greenhouse gases, but it is around 25 times more effective than carbon dioxide in trapping heat in the atmosphere.
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Shell Sep 18
“Gas has the right credentials to be an energy champion in the years to come. But we need to reduce emissions to make sure we make good on that promise,” Maarten Wetselaar Shell Gas & New Energies Director 🎤
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Brendan Carton 2h
: "The change in the rule is just plain dumb. The savings to industry would be trivial, $75 million a year … a rounding error for the powerful oil industry."
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Xavier Becerra Sep 18
: We’re planning to sue with to stop the Trump Admin from repealing the Waste Prevention Rule which would cut annual emissions by 175K tons. This Administration is risking the air we breathe and our ability to tackle .
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Equinor Sep 14
Through the initiative we’re working towards zero emissions for the oil and gas industry. is amongst the best in this area and we’re continuing the innovative work to limit methane emissions from our operations.
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ConservationColorado 8h
The "decision only has downsides for the people of Colorado. It will lead to more pollution, waste more natural gas, and decrease revenue for taxpayers. Worst of all, it will put the health of our communities at risk."
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ConservationColorado Sep 18
The administration just rolled back the BLM waste rule, a move that puts polluters and lobbyists ahead of taxpayers, Western communities, and hard-working families.
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Wildlife Action 14h
The Trump administration just reversed a regulation designed to prevent from being released during oil and gas operation on public lands. TAKE ACTION to oppose this move that jeopardizes people, wildlife and our climate!
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Jeremy Leggett Sep 11
release from permafrost found to be more than doubled by unexpectedly abrupt thawing. -funded international team observe an impact of warming not incorporated in models: from carbon deep in thermokarst lakes
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EARTHWORKS 10h
Replying to @KUER_FM
Unfortunately, in our very recent experience, CO’s regs to — while among the best in the country — aren’t as good at PREVENTING pollution as providing remedy once it’s caught.
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Taxpayers for Common Sense 16h
Good story on yesterday's waste rule. In addition to legal concerns, we're glad included how it will impact taxpayers and industry. I.e. how it will cost taxpayers $MILLIONS. No wonder, "Industry groups applauded the changes."
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NliteN 1h
Replying to @gizmag @Hyundai
is from + , extracted by , with the process producing If we're going to use: -, are better storage -, might as well use for which there are engine conversions
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SPE International 15h
When is found in water wells near an unconventional well, fingers point to fracturing as the liklely suspect. But a study of wells in the Utica named other sources
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Rev Doug Hunt Sep 18
. just put lobbyists ahead of American taxpayers by gutting the BLM’s rule, undermining taxpayers, Western communities, and the air we breathe
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Thom Juzwik Sep 18
“The scientific answer to ‘how soon are we likely to exceed our Paris target’ is somewhere between 10 years ago & the next 20 years.
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