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Shale Gas Boom Leaves Wind Power Developers Seeking More Subsidy

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The $14 billion wind industry is reeling from a double blow -- cheap natural gas unleashed by the hydraulic fracturing revolution and the death last year of federal subsidies that made wind the most...

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As The Planet Heats Up, Calvert Fund Bets On Water

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Global climate change, increasing demand for clean water, and aging pipes and pumps in the U.S. and Europe should help make water increasingly important in the global economy, Calvert says.

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Shareholders Protest Fracking Risks

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Shareholders have filed resolutions protesting the lack of progress on the part of major oil and gas companies in mitigating risks of fracking operations.

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Board Members Appointed To Sustainable Investment Forum

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The Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment has appointed new members to its board of directors.

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Buffett’s $1 Billion Order Shows Wind Power Rivals Coal

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The decision by Buffett’s utility company to order about $1 billion of wind turbines for projects in Iowa shows how a drop in equipment costs is making renewable energy more competitive.

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U.S. Trust Introduces Socially Innovative Investing

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U.S. Trust says socially responsible investing is evolving into a more proactive socially innovative investing.

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First Solar, SunPower Set To Gain From Obama’s Climate Rules

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First Solar Inc., the world’s largest maker of solar power-plants, and SunPower Corp. stand to gain from President Barack Obama’s proposal to curb emissions from coal-fired utilities.

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Obama To Outline Climate-Change Steps In ‘Weeks,’ Aide Says

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President Barack Obama will outline “commonsense” steps to tackle climate change in the weeks ahead, White House energy adviser Heather Zichal said, confirming what the president is telling...

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China Pledges To Cooperate With U.S. On Tackling Climate Change

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China and the U.S., the world’s two biggest emitters of carbon dioxide, pledged to cooperate in addressing climate change amid stalled international talks on protecting the environment.

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