Monday, March 18, 2013

Company eyes coal on Montana's Crow reservation - SFGate
Its pursuit of coal on the reservation follows a January deal signed by Crow leaders including tribal Chairman Darrin Old Coyote that gave another company rights to lease an estimated 1.4 billion tons of coal. Wyoming-based Cloud Peak Energy agreed to pay the tribe $2.25 million up front and additional payments in coming years could add up to $10 million.
Now Even Climate Change Institute Supports Shale Fracking | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
The UK should use natural gas – including from “fracking” – to help cut carbon by replacing coal for power supplies in the next few years, a report has suggested.
UK weather: Winter back with a bang: Airports shut, trains delayed and roads flooded after snow and wintry showers... and temperatures to feel as cold as -10C tonight | Mail Online
Gloomy weather to continue after coldest March day in decades last week
Oppn blames carbon tax for record insolvencies | Business Spectator
The federal coalition says reports that business insolvencies are at a record high in Australia are worrying and show the carbon tax is doing damage.

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