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Electric school buses: Why the propane industry is after school buses ditching diesel

Electric school buses are better for kids’ health. The propane industry has other ideas.
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Electric school buses: Why the propane industry is after school buses ditching diesel

Electric school buses are better for kids’ health. The propane industry has other ideas.
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How Americans heat their homes, from electric heat pump to natural gas

The split shows that much of the South, and rural America, could ditch fossil fuels easier than big cities and the coasts.
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The new soldiers in propane’s fight against climate action: television stars

An industry group is spending millions of dollars to push back against efforts to move heating away from oil and gas.
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Age of electric: Why Ontario rinks are slowly ditching their old ice resurfacers

More and more communities in Ontario are switching from propane and natural-gas-powered ice resurfacers to ones that run on electricity, even though they're more expensive up front and could pose risks if they catch fire.
Pennsylvania state prosecutors abruptly halt pipeline probe announcement
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Pennsylvania state prosecutors abruptly halt pipeline probe announcement

Pennsylvania's attorney general abruptly canceled a news conference Monday at which he was apparently poised to announce criminal charges against the developer of a pipeline network that transports natural gas liquids across southern Pennsylvania.

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Environmental Law Centre calls for independent review of proposed B.C. petrochemical, plastics complex

Lawyers at the University of Victoria Environmental Law Centre are calling for an independent assessment of three proposed petrochemical and plastics facilities in Prince George, B.C., that they say pose "profound risks to the global environment." 
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