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This Monday was Labor Day, a national holiday. Most of us took the extra day off to spend time with family and friends, enjoying the last barbecue of the summer. Others played a round of golf or boating in Tygart or Stonewall Lake. A few “poor souls” have spent the …

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Overnight Energy & Environment – Brought to you by the American Petroleum Institute – Democrats Consider Potential Carbon Price in Reconciliation Bill

Welcome to Thursday’s Energy and Environment Show, your source for the latest news focused on energy, the environment and beyond. Subscribe here: thehill.com/newsletter-inscription. Today we take a look at Democrats who float the price of carbon in their spending agenda, progressives criticizing the Line 3 pipeline and a proposed House …

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Industrial pollution expected to pose serious threat to Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary in Odisha – The New Indian Express

Express news service BHUBANEWAR: Pressure on the freshwater supply and climate change aren’t the only perils that Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary faces in the not-so-distant future. The mangrove ecosystem so essential to Odisha’s identity and existence is on the verge of being suffocated and suffocated by an increasing load of pollution …

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Idling port barge works in July

Idling port barge works in July But the rail system generates revenue Christmas Oman Arkansas Democrat-Gazette July is generally a slow month on the docks at Little Rock Harbor, but the past month has been particularly sluggish with only 11 barges worked. The total was three less than the same …

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