By Ben Geman - 03/15/13 09:37 AM EDT
“The result could be significant delays for natural gas-export facilities, ports for coal sales to Asia, and even new forest roads, industry lobbyists warn,” the story states.
It later adds: “While some U.S. agencies already take climate change into account when assessing projects, the new guidelines would apply across-the-board to all federal reviews.” Check out the whole thing here.
Reuters checks in on California’s efforts to supply a third of the state’s electricity from renewable sources by 2020.
NPR looks at Japan’s efforts to tap a potentially vast energy source called methane hydrates – and what it might mean for the climate.
Reuters reports that U.S. officials imposed sanctions on a Greek businessman who allegedly operated a secret shipping network on behalf of the Iranian government to get around international sanctions on Iran’s oil exports.