We Must Have More Natural Gas Pipelines To Avoid Freezing

With the dead of winter approaching, it is appropriate to reflect on last year’s Winter Storm Elliott, which occurred over Christmas and caused millions of people to lose power across the eastern United States. It followed Winter Storm Uri, which happened in Texas a year earlier.

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Gabon Maintains Climate Pace After The Coup

Gabon’s political landscape has been tumultuous, but its environmental policies will remain unchanged — if not more aggressive. In August, the military led a relatively nonviolent coup d’etat, deposing its president, whose family held power over the African nation for 56 years.

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Hydrogen Hubs Will Fuel Economic Growth, Especially In Coal Country

When President Biden got elected, he promised to help reinvent coal country. And he is fulfilling his promises by facilitating the Appalachian Hydrogen Hub, which will create 21,000 jobs and attract $925 million in public investment. EQTEQT +0.8% Corporation, Battelle, and GTI Energy are the private partners participating in the hub, stretching from West Virginia to Ohio to Pennsylvania.

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Carbon Capture Tech Can’t Quite Compete With Rainforests, Yet

President Reagan gave a televised address in March 1983 that proposed a space-based program that could shoot down nuclear missiles fired at the United States, otherwise known as “Star Wars.” While it was a pipe dream, the increased U.S. military spending did force the Soviet Union also to squander scarce resources. Finally, the two sides reconciled, and the Cold War ceased.

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