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Environment News - Shanghai, Greenland, Steve Frenkel, Toshimitsu Motegi

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Published on Mar 13, 2013

Officials: Dead pigs in river not affecting Shanghai's water
Thousands of Pig Carcasses Found in River That Provides Shanghai's Water
http://news.yahoo.com/6-000-dead-pigs...

Greenland's resources boom still more talk than action
By Alistair Scrutton NUUK (Reuters) - The promise of a resources boom has Greenland's locals both eager and anxious, while the European Union sees it as a battleground with China, but the island is still a long way from producing anything. Retreating ice is exposing huge deposits of iron ore, rare earths and hydrocarbons, but it has yet to launch a single major mining project, and oil and gas production is a decade away at best. Greenland may award one of its biggest mining exploitation licenses this summer, a $2. ...
http://news.yahoo.com/analysis-greenl...

Coal to Gas Moves Are Generating Economic Waves
Shifting from coal to gas hasn't triggered the financial tailspin about which many utilities had warned. But it has created an economic wave, which is fostering the next-generation of energy jobs while also helping to clear the air.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/kensilver...

Japan Says It Is First to Tap Methane Hydrate Deposit
If the extraction process is successful, it could provide enough energy to meet the country's gas consumption needs for 14 years, experts say.
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/13/bus...


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