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Climate Progress 2015-07-23 20:17:49
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush told a student in New Hampshire on Wednesday that he supports killing all subsidies for oil and gas — including the billions in tax breaks the industry receives each year. He was responding to a direct question about fossil fuels, but pivoted quickly to renewable sources of energy. “I think we should phase out, through …


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Climate Progress 2015-07-24 18:50:29
“Global coal demand is slowing fast,” is the headline in a June Business Insider Australia story. “The global coal renaissance is the most important climate story today,” is the headline in a July Vox story. Which is correct? Mostly the first one. There was a true global coal renaissance starting around the year 2000, a resurgence due primarily to China. But …


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Climate Progress 2015-07-26 14:01:49
The GOP field is (almost) complete, after Ohio Governor John Kasich became the 17th major candidate to announce his presidential run this week. This means we can draw some conclusions about the opponent the eventual Democratic nominee will be facing in the general election. It’s an extremely safe bet that the Republican nominee will not take more action to confront …


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Climate Progress 2015-07-26 23:31:45
Hillary Clinton is going all in on renewable energy. On Sunday evening, the Democratic presidential candidate released a fact sheet detailing her plan to fight climate change, and it focuses heavily on promoting clean energy generation across the country. Among other things, the plan includes a promise to install half a billion solar panels by 2021, or the end of Clinton’s …


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Next American City 2015-07-28 18:30:00
Plans for a high-speed rail line between Dallas (above) and Houston got a boost this week. (Photo by Lars Plougmann) The brake was pressed on plans for a high-speed train between Dallas and Houston in Texas earlier this year, thanks to legislation that would block the 205-mph trip. Related Stories New Starts: Dallas-Houston HSR, Speedier Trains in Kenya and Metro Mania in ChinaJerry …


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Next American City 2015-07-28 18:03:00
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh at a news conference in June (AP Photo/Elise Amendola) After months of waning public support and growing opposition, Boston has officially pulled out of the running to host the Summer Olympic Games in 2024. Related Stories Boston Mayor Tells City Agencies to Cut Red Tape Around ResilienceBoston Doubles Down on Providing Financial Empowerment to ResidentsHow U.S. Cities Can Build …


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Next American City 2015-07-23 12:18:00
(Credit: AWG Technology) In the San Diego suburb of Carlsbad, a new plant to desalinate seawater is almost ready. For about a billion dollars, it will produce 7 percent of the area?s drinking water, courtesy of the Pacific Ocean. But in these times of record drought, two Texas entrepreneurs are advocating another solution: Instead of pulling fresh water out of the …


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HOK BIM Solutions 2015-07-23 14:02:00
PROBLEM: The Propagate Extents command in Revit for grids does not seem to work. Is it broken?SOLUTION: Don?t waste your time changing grid bubble locations view-by-view!. The Propagate Extents enable to apply a consistent override of grid bubble placement across multiple views in the project.But for this command to work, both the "source" view with the bubble override and the "destination" …


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Climate Progress 2015-07-24 18:08:40
States could end up saving money on their energy bills under the Obama Administration’s proposal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from power plants, according to a new report. The report, published Thursday by energy research firm Synapse Energy Economics, looked at a future scenario in which states comply with the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Clean Power Plan, which aims to reduce …


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