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QUICK NEWS, October 17: Chemical Mulitnationals Bet on Climate Solutions; World Wind Gets Bigger; SolarReserve Power Plant Possibilities Rising

Chemical Mulitnationals Bet on Climate Solutions How the Chemical Industry Joined the Fight Against Climate Change Hiroko Tabuchi and Danny Hakim, October 16, 2016 (NY Times) “It might seem surprising to find the world’s chemical companies on the front lines of preventing climate change, fighting to disrupt their own industries…[But] companies including Honeywell and DuPont were among th
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