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Hong Kong Once Again Leading the Way in the Fight to Control Shipping Emissions

March 24, 2015 by Barbara Finamore

Hong Kong and Shipping Emissions

Hong Kong has just taken another giant step towards controlling marine emissions, the major source of its domestic air pollution. The Hong Kong Legislative Council has just approved a new rule mandating that Ocean-Going Vessels (OGVs) switch to clean fuel while at berth.[read more]

Washington State Takes Next Step on Clean Fuels Standard

February 8, 2015 by NRDC Switchboard
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Washington's Department of Environmental Quality recently released a discussion document about a state Clean Fuels Standard for public input and comments. The documents show that the oil industry and petroleum-based transportation fuels are the largest source of carbon pollution in the state.[read more]

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Are Declining Oil Prices Increasing the Risks to OPEC, U.S. Energy Security or Clean Fuels Supplies?

October 23, 2014 by John Miller
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Oil Prices and Growing Risks

The growing decline of world crude oil prices could benefit most consumers and international economies. However, can the declining market prices for crude oil also end up creating significant and real risks to oil suppliers or current clean energy policies?[read more]

Niagara Falls Manufacturer Partners with Crayola for Unique Opportunity

August 10, 2013 by Kristopher Settle

This + Niagara Falls = Clean Fuel?

Western New York manufacturer JBI, Inc. has announced a unique new partnership with crayon behemoth Crayola. Based out of the American side of Niagara Falls, JBI will operate as a key facility to take part of Crayola’s COLORCYCLE program.[read more]

Oil Industry Attacks Analysis of Cleaner Future

October 20, 2011 by Luke Tonachel
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Once again the oil industry is saying ‘no’ to change. They want Americans to stay addicted to their product. Moving to cleaner, alternative fuels is a threat to their bottom line, and they won’t stand for it. Their latest attack is on a recent economic analysis of a clean fuels standard for the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region. The oil...[read more]

Honoring Our Troops With A Clean Energy Future

May 31, 2011 by Nicole Lederer
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 This post was co-authored with Lt. Gen. Norman R. Seip, (USAF-RET)Congress is debating the Defense Department authorization bill, the legislation that allocates the $700 billion needed to fund our military through 2012.Wrapped deep in the legislation is an important issue we can all relate to - fuel costs. The DOD consumes 2...[read more]