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Susitna River approved for Dam

The Stream, January 30: U.S. Natural Gas Reserves

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Just how much natural gas is there in the United States? A recent…

Pacific Institute Report: Setbacks and Solutions of Water-Energy Clash in U.S. Intermountain West

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At the forefront of a national trend, this region is already suffering from intense conflicts that willy only worsen with climate change and population growth. However, the report also highlights several ways to dramatically reduce the water requirements for electricity generation.
Susitna River approved for Dam

The Stream, November 3: U.S. Energy Security

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Jobs created by the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline wouldn’t…
Susitna River approved for Dam

The Stream, October 27: China's Desalination Plans

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A program in California's Imperial Valley offers farmers money…
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EIA Report: Global Energy Use To Grow 50 Percent by 2035 — Half of Increase from Fossil Fuels in China and India

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The U.S. Energy Information Administration recently published its annual report on global energy projections. Though renewable energy sources and nuclear power, along with unconventional fossil fuels, will phase out coal production over the next two decades, it will not be at the pace necessary to offset greenhouse gas emissions
Susitna River approved for Dam

The Stream, September 22: U.K. Shale Gas

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More than a third of the European Union's agro-environmental…
Susitna River approved for Dam

The Stream, August 17: Invasive Species in Lake Michigan

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Has Lake Michigan become unfishable? The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel…
Susitna River approved for Dam

Alaska Governor Authorizes $4.5 Billion Dam Project

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Throughout many parts of the United States, old dams are being removed. But in Alaska, the state legislature and the governor want to build what would be one of the nation’s tallest hydroelectric facilities. If built, the 200-meter dam on the Susitna River would be the nation’s fifth tallest.