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The Stream, June 15: The Cost of Nuclear Phase-Out

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A survey by the Asahi newspaper shows that nearly three-quarters…

Uncertain Future for Shale Gas in Europe — Accepted by U.K., Rejected by France, Others Undecided

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Despite getting a go-ahead in the U.K., shale gas faces an uncertain future in Europe.

The Stream, May 11: Damming Patagonia

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In the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japan has announced…

The Stream, April 25: In Hot Water

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The Financial Times reports on the growing local opposition to…

The Stream, April 18: The Water Factor

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Environmental groups are up in arms over the State Department's…

The Stream, April 15: Regulating the Natural Gas Industry

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Cuba's worst drought in 50 years has depleted reservoirs by about…

The Stream, April 14: Shale Gas

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The French government will support parliamentary motions to revoke…

The Stream, April 7: America's Abandoned Gas and Oil Wells

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Foreign Affairs analyzes why food subsidies have prevented and…

The Stream, March 16: Sources of Power

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As Japan's nuclear emergency unfolds, the Guardian reports on…

The Stream, March 11: Japan Earthquake

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An earthquake of 8.9. magnitude has hit Japan, triggering devastating…

The Stream, February 21: Toxic Waste

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How is water affected by illegal waste exports from the United…

Sudan's Fight Against the Guinea Worm

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The Guinea worm has the potential to become the second completely eradicated disease in human history—but the political stability of one African nation will play a crucial role.