Friday, February 08, 2013

Banking Crisis Solved: Shale Oil Boom Floods Rural Banks With Cash
Deposits in banks with branches in the Bakken shale region, which stretches from central North Dakota to the northeastern corner of Montana, soared 15 percent last year, to $3.9 billion, after rising 27 percent in 2011, according to preliminary data from the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. “By any standard, deposits are exploding.”
New Times Editor: Only Shale Can Save Britain’s Energy Policy | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Plans for a new generation of nuclear plants can be rescued, but only by encouraging alternatives such as fracking.
We don't need nuclear power to meet climate goals and keep lights on | Caroline Lucas | Environment |
It would be a folly to think that there is no hope of tackling climate change without nuclear power

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