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October 22 Energy News



¶ “Trump’s moves to ease regulations, revive coal industry bring little relief” • As the Trump administration dismantles programs dealing with climate change, it invokes the suffering of those whose livelihoods depend on coal. But with the end to what has been called the “war on coal,” Homer City, Pennsylvania, is not any less under siege. [Tribune-Review]

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¶ “Pollution Has Been Linked To A Staggering Number Of Deaths Worldwide” • The recent Lancet report said 4.2 million people die each year from air-borne particulates. The pollutants do not simply strike people dead on the spot; they cause diseases of the heart and lungs and a wide range of other life-threatening or debilitating medical conditions. [Refinery29]

Science and Technology:

¶ A study published in the journal Science Advances suggested warming oceans could push fish species away from the equator, while driving a…

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