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Environmental

Oklahoma Tornado Loss Estimate between $3 Billion to $5 Billion

    Oklahoma Tornado Loss Estimate between $3 Billion to $5 Billion
The string of brutal tornadoes that ripped through the center of the United States last week brought forth at least $3 billion in damage, according to estimates from a catastrophe
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President Obama: “The Jersey Shore is Back in Business”

  Today, President Barack Obama took a trip to the Jersey Shore, where he visited with local business owners and families who are preparing for the 2013 beach season.  President
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Caught in the Act: WalMart Fined $110 Million for Flouting Environmental Laws

  The world’s largest retailer has been fined for flouting the United States’ Clean Water Act; WalMart has been issued this fine by U.S. authorities on several accounts, a report
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Sean Parker Slapped with $2.5 Million Fine for Dream Wedding

  Napster co-founder and Internet bad boy Sean Parker dished out $10 million for his fantasy wedding in Big Sur, and now, he is being slapped with $2.5 million in
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New Investment in Small Modular Reactor Design and Use

  On November 20, 2012, the Department of Energy (DOE) announced it was awarding support for the design and licensing
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Environmental Protection Agency to Award $569 Million in Funding to Areas Impacted by Hurricane Sandy

    The United States Environmental Protection Agency announced that will provide grants of $340 million to New York and
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United Kingdom Reaches Landmark Energy Policy Agreement

  On November 23, 2012, the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) reached a landmark decision to increase
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President Obama Responds to Devastating Tornados in Oklahoma

    At least 24 people, including nine schoolchildren, were killed when a massive tornado hit an area outside Oklahoma
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1.3 Million Cubic Yards Dredged from Hudson River

On November 13, 2012, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reported that the third consecutive season of dredging on the Hudson
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Fugitive Surrenders in Largest Eco-Terrorism Case

On November 29, 2012, the US Attorney’s Office for the District of Oregon announced that Rebecca Jeanette Rubin from Canada surrendered at the border in Blaine, Washington.  She faces conspiracy,
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