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Cruise industry eyes Cuba

Jul. 8, 2015 / Posted by: Caroline Schwaner / Categories: Blog, Oceans and Forests

The Obama administration’s plans to normalize relations with Cuba and the introduction of legislation to relax travel restrictions between the U.S. and Cuba have launched a tourism frenzy -- and the cruise industry is first in line. Dr. Jorg...

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LNG: A bridge fuel to climate disruption

Jun. 23, 2015 / Posted by: Carl Crow / Categories: Blog

There has been a recent, misguided Congressional push to export more natural gas in the form of liquefied natural gas, or LNG. LNG is a form of natural gas that has been turned into a liquid so it can be stored and shipped to foreign markets. LNG ...

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Highway to Shell

Jun. 22, 2015 / Posted by: Adam Russell / Categories: Blog, Climate and Energy

The Arctic is ground zero for climate disruption, and now it's under threat from Shell's plan to drill. Shell’s drilling rigs are making their way from Seattle, past Fairbanks and Dutch Harbor, Alaska, to the Chukchi Sea -- one of the most ...

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The carbon elephant in the room

Jun. 12, 2015 / Posted by: Luisa Abbott Galvao / Categories: Blog, Climate and Energy

Unwilling to debate opponents like Senator Elizabeth Warren on the substance of trade deals, President Obama has reduced his push to get trade promotion authority to morally righteous declarations and to flying members of Congress around on Air Fo...

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