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'Science Guy' Bill Nye to be Jim Bridenstine's guest at State of the Union address

Rep.Bridenstine is a protege of Congressional uber-denier Sen. Jim Inhofe. He doubts the existence of man-made climate change.

The invitation seems designed to bolster Bridenstine's scientific credentials as he struggles to get the Senate votes necessary for confirmation. Opponents have charged the former military pilot lacks sufficient background
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Arctic shipments to Asia grow as LNG carriers shuttle to eastern markets

Two weeks after it completed a record-early delivery to China via the Northern Sea Route, natural gas carrier "Christophe de Margerie" returns.

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Bringing coal back

Alberta has reshaped a decades-old balance in the Rockies and Foothills, opening the door to more open-pit mines in the mountains.
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Massive 340,000-panel solar farm to take flight at Edmonton International Airport

A massive renewable energy project roughly the size of 313 CFL football fields could be arriving in Edmonton by the end of 2022.

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Covid-19 and climate change: Why we need to remember what we’ve lost

"Shifting baselines syndrome" means we could quickly get used to climate chaos.
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