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Edmonds New Energy Cities workshop: A knock-it-out-of-the-park success

Edmonds New Energy Cities workshop: A knock-it-out-of-the-park success

In a recent workshop in Edmonds, WA, business leaders and citizens rolled up their sleeves to look at how the city can reduce its greenhouse gas emissions levels to 25% below 1995 levels by 2035.

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Hearing on US-Asia coal port in Longview cancelled; company sought 80M tons/year capacity

Hearing on US-Asia coal port in Longview cancelled; company sought 80M tons/year capacity

A hearing on the proposal set for Friday before a regulatory panel was cancelled following accusations that the port backers concealed plans for a much larger project along the Columbia River north of Portland, Ore.

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Coal port protesters gather in Kelso

Coal port protesters gather in Kelso

Protesters dressed in black gathered on the steps of the Cowlitz County Administration Building in Kelso, carrying signs blasting Millennium as "liars." They said they were worried the terminal would provide coal for China, pollution in Longview and profits for Australia-based Millennium.

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New poll: The public trusts EPA, loves the Clean Air Act

The top line is this: The public overwhelmingly supports EPA in updating Clean Air Act standards and overwhelmingly opposes congressional efforts to block EPA. When it comes to clean air, the public trusts EPA far more than Congress.

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Coal costs US public up to $500 billion annually

A new study is the first to look at the major costs of coal from extraction to combustion. Those costs come from increased health care costs, deaths and injuries that result from mining and transporting coal, and the emissions generated during the coal's combustion.

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