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California leaders expect economic benefits from federal government’s EPA rules

Californian leaders are optimistic that the state's push to curb greenhouse gas emissions ahead of the federal government's recently proposed Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rules will give the state an economic edge over others states of the nation.

The Obama administration on... read more

California a model for U.S. to cut greenhouse gas emissions

California, the most populous state of the U. S., can act as model for the rest of the country in efforts to cut greenhouse gas pollution. The golden States is one of the first states of the country to willingly adopt the first-ever caps on power plant greenhouse gas emissions, which are... read more

California Shale oil boom apparently ended before it even started

California's oil boom has apparently ended before it even started as recent estimates suggested that the existing technologies are unable to extract previously estimated amount of shale oil.

As per the U. S. Energy Information Administration's (EIA's) estimates, more than 15 billion... read more

California hails Obama plan to cut carbon emissions

Californian authorities on Monday hailed the Obama administration's proposal to cut greenhouse gas emissions from power plants, and added that they would continue with the green energy plans to meet the targets.

The Golden State is already claiming a head start in the push to cut... read more

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