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    Renewable energy's share in Germany's electricity production is expected to jump by 15 percent this year, according to German utilities who attribute it to a growing solar-power boom. BDEW, the…

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    In a potentially controversial move, U.S. pediatricians said yesterday that a rarely used preservative that contains mercury should not be banned as an ingredient in vaccines. The American Academy of…

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    Montana's shuttered Smurfit-Stone Container Corp. pulp mill should be added to U.S. EPA's list of priority cleanup sites, Gov. Brian Schweitzer (D) told the agency yesterday. "The contamination is serious…

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    A bill that would force retailers to give customers a 5-cent rebate for each reusable shopping bag they use and charge them 5 cents for each plastic bag they use…

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    Of North America's five Great Lakes, Lakes Erie and Ontario are the most threatened, while Lake Superior is the most pristine, according to a study of the 24 factors that…

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    A $5.8 million underwater dam blocking the upstream flow of salt water into the Mississippi River has suffered some erosion but is still holding strong and doing its job, an…

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    In the past two years, Royal Dutch Shell PLC considered bidding for rival BP PLC, according to the newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. The newspaper quoted Shell Chief Executive Peter Voser…

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    A company focused on engineering cyanobacteria to produce the sugars needed for making next-generation biofuels announced yesterday it has received both a patent on its organism and a $3.5 million…

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    A $550,000 settlement in a western Colorado oil and gas antitrust case is insufficient to serve as a deterrent, a federal judge has ruled. In his ruling rejecting the settlement,…

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    Chevron Corp. has offered to pay $150 million to settle two civil lawsuits from an offshore oil spill, according to Brazilian prosecutors. The lawsuits were seeking $20 billion in damages.…

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    A federal court has dismissed part of an oil industry group's lawsuit against U.S. EPA over the agency's 2011 cellulosic biofuel requirements. In an order yesterday, the U.S. Court of…

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    A new memorandum of understanding between federal and state agencies would grant routine grazing rights to property owners who set aside land as black-footed ferret habitat. The U.S. Fish and…

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    Montana officials yesterday approved easements for the Keystone XL pipeline to cross state-owned land, including the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers. In its last meeting before its chairman, Gov. Brian Schweitzer…

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    The Fish and Wildlife Service yesterday released a recovery plan for the Mexican spotted owl that emphasizes habitat restoration and improved monitoring, but a critic says it will spur "overzealous…

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    The Fish and Wildlife Service will upgrade the status of the once-imperiled wood stork from "endangered" to "threatened," as a sign of the significant progress the bird has made toward…

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    The American Public Gas Association is urging the Energy Department to reject Southern LNG Co.'s proposal to export liquefied natural gas from a terminal near Savannah, Ga. The group of…

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    Now that U.S. EPA has clarified liability protections for independent groups pitching in to help clean up abandoned hardrock mines, Eastern coal field advocates say they need similar assurances. Last…

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    Federal employees went to Capitol Hill today to convince lawmakers that benefit cuts should not be part of a "fiscal cliff" deal, as Congress and the White House inched closer…

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    The Obama administration this year offered more tracts of land and more acreage for oil and gas development than in the previous year, while protests from environmental groups continued to…

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    Anchored by a handful of major law-enforcement victories, U.S. EPA hit a five-year high in 2012 by levying $252 million in total civil and criminal penalties and hit a four-year…

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