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Enbridge suspends work on pipeline expansion following inspection.

Canada's largest pipeline company, Enbridge, says it suspended work on an expansion project in the Rocky Mountain foothills of northeastern British Columbia to address safety and environmental issues identified during an inspection....

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Safety agency cracks down on crude, petroleum pipeline spills.

The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration is cracking down on smaller violations in the crude oil, petroleum, and hazardous liquid industries to combat a slow rise in the number of pipeline accidents....

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Islands seek international funding for hurricane recovery.

In a special United Nations session, leaders of islands battered by hurricanes made worse by climate change appealed to wealthy countries for aid....

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Subsidy-free wind farms risk ruining the industry’s reputation.

Energy companies that stunned the world by offering to build wind farms with no subsidy may ruin the industry’s reputation by never actually delivering on their promises....

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With end of subsidies in sight, green backers move cautiously.

For almost two decades, investors in renewable energy have been able to fall back on government incentives and subsidies to underpin the returns on whatever they back. Now, they’re starting to think they need to proceed with caution....

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It takes just 4 years to detect human warming of the oceans.

New paper illustrates the rapid, consistent warming of Earth’s oceans....

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