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Fighting the arms trade with non-violence


As I write this, news is just coming in from the West Midlands area of England about an important, but rather under-the-radar trial that has been taking place for the past two days. Last year, five activists blockaded the main … Continue reading

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Fracking our way to disaster


Recent reports from the US have suggested that water contamination from the new energy technique known as ‘fracking’ might be more common than previously thought. There were complaints of contamination in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Texas, and Ohio. Texas, the state … Continue reading

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The little guys are finally catching up to big bully Gazprom


The future of Russia’s natural gas power Gazprom, which saw a 15% drop in profits last year, seems uncertain since President Vladimir Putin has gone ‘all-in’ on foreign exports. The President promised to transform Russia into an “energy superpower,” but … Continue reading

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Energy efficiency and NRGLab


Energy efficiency is progressively becoming more impactful on consumer decision making. Whether it’s the average miles per gallon of a new car, or the size of a house you’re considering buying, in today’s economy, every penny matters. So why throw … Continue reading

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Israel’s natural gas may ease tensions in Middle East


The discovery of vast repositories of natural gas under Israel has transformed the country into a green-energy mogul and major industry player almost overnight. For decades, Israel has been part of the log-jam of Middle Eastern countries vying for imported … Continue reading

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Israel’s natural gas may ease tensions in Middle East


The discovery of vast repositories of natural gas under Israel has transformed the country into a green-energy mogul and major industry player almost overnight. For decades, Israel has been part of the log-jam of Middle Eastern countries vying for imported … Continue reading

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The U.S. energy bubble – too much of a good thing?


In 1973, the United States’ oil embargo on the Middle East resulted in an era of energy scarcity. Now, forty years later, the country is on the cusp of an energy revolution and an economic surge like never before. What’s … Continue reading

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