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EPA Releases Draft “Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment: Four Case Studies of Water Utility Practices”
EPA released a draft document prepared by its National Center for Environmental Assessment entitled, “Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment: Four Case Studies of Water Utility Practices.” In a Federal Register Notice dated August 23, 2010, EPA announced a 45-day comment period, ending...
The Administration is betting that nanotechnology can advance the competitiveness of the US cleantech industry. Since 2009, DOE’s Advanced Research Projects Agency - Energy (ARPA-E), an Agency focusing “exclusively on high risk, high payoff concepts - technologies promising genuine...
As the biofuels industry tries to meet the 36 billion gallons per year (BGY) production goal mandated by the Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) of 2007, its efforts are increasingly aimed at developing economically competitive methods of producing cellulosic ethanol. Cellulose is the...
On November 24, the comment period on EPA’s proposed framework for regulating commercial-scale carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) projects under the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) will close. To date, only 20 stakeholders have commented on the draft rule. While it is common to submit...
A Dutch University is challenging the notion that the diversion of grains from food to biofuels is responsible for the spikes in agricultural commodity and food prices over the last two years. The university’s findings likely will be welcomed by the biofuels industry in the context of the...