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September 14 Energy News



¶ “Harrowing Storms May Move Climate Debate, if Not GOP Leaders” • For years, climate change activists have faced a dilemma: how to persuade people to care about a grave but seemingly far-off problem and win their support for policies that might cost them in utility bills and at the pump. Now, people can see the problem for themselves. [New York Times]

Sailboat in Georgia (Credit: Luke Sharrett | The New York Times)

¶ “Nuclear industry jeopardized” • Nuclear power financing is embroiled in a global bankruptcy with two top reactor makers in financial debacles. After Toshiba-Westinghouse went bankrupt, its French equivalent, the state-owned AREVA went technically bankrupt after losing $12.3 billion over six years. The whole industry is facing repercussions. [Millennium Post]

¶ “Will Hurricane Harvey Launch a New Kind of Climate Lawsuit?” • Scientists can now link “acts of God” to climate change…

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