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The Guide to Climate Change 2013

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Welcome to Blue & Green Tomorrow’s Guide to Climate Change 2013. As one of the defining issues not just of our generation, but of recent human history, manmade climate change represents a major threat to our way of life.

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The United States uses 39% of the energy it produces, wastes 61%...

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There are huge gains to be made by boosting efficiency. Even if we can never get to 100% because of the laws of physics, we could get much closer than we are now.

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THE *OFFICIAL ANDREASCY*'s curator insight, December 23, 2013 5:17 PM

Sadly what humanoids can waste & squander things! they will certainly continue to do so! Till when will they stop or be stopped like in big shut down!?


P.S: We would really like to see agricultural and military itemized separately from industrial and transportation.

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Why Stadium Subsidies Always Win: Q&A with J.C. Bradbury

"One of the things we often find about these stadiums," explains Kennesaw State University economist J.C. Bradbury, is that "[politicians and supporters] alw...

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Why sports teams typically get subsidies.

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How effective are renewable energy subsidies? - Washington University in St. Louis News

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State should derail Amtrak subsidies - The Detroit News

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State should derail Amtrak subsidies The Detroit News Michael Farren, a civil engineer and doctoral student at Ohio State University, has studied the subsidies and found that for fiscal year 2014 Michigan taxpayers are providing $98.11 per round...
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Top Green Building trends for 2013

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LEED, living buildings and garden roofs; find out what’s on this year’s green building agenda for contractors and consumers (Energy efficient, renewable/recycled, smaller footprint. CHECK!

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NEW NEWS : Pro sports leagues are tax-exempt

GOP Senator Slams Pro Sports Leagues For Using Non-Profit Status ... thinkprogress.org/.../gop-senator-pro-sports-non... - Traduzir esta página 16/10/2012 --...

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Pay to play: Why we gladly give franchises our money for new sporting venues ... - SB Nation

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Pay to play: Why we gladly give franchises our money for new sporting venues ...
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Public funding of sports arenas and stadiums brings out venom typically reserved for the most heated on-court rivalries.

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Jason Cain's curator insight, March 22, 2014 10:29 PM

The article talks about the salary of players and elected officials that support the players. Also it mentions that big cities do benefit from having big time teams in their area. Politics are also mentioned in this article. When it comes to subsidies you will always see a politician in the background.

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Nets Look to Get Both Feet in Brooklyn - New York Times

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The Nets played in New Jersey from 1977 to 2012 before leaving for Barclays Center on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, a move that reshaped the surrounding neighborhoods.
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