09 Nov '11, 5pm

On Our Radar: 'Viciously More Expensive' Energy

On Our Radar: 'Viciously More Expensive' Energy

Associated Press A coal-fired power plant in Changchun in northeastern China. The global demand for energy is set to increase 40 percent by 2035, the International Energy Agency says. And it will become “viciously more expensive” and more polluting if governments do not promote renewable energy and nuclear power in the next two decades instead of burning coal, it warns. [Bloomberg News] Wildlife advocates ask a federal appeals court to halt wolf hunts in Idaho and Montana, arguing that Congress overstepped its authority in removing the gray wolf from the endangered species list. Nearly 170 wolves have been shot since hunting began in late August. [Associated Press] The Chinese government announces a new policy in response to charges that it is withholding sensitive data about air pollution in Beijing: it will allow 40 people to tour the air-monitoring center in the capital...

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