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JLN Environmental/Energy: JLN Environmental/Energy: U.S. bets on producing oil with captured CO2: John Kemp; China’s Energy Grab Is About Know-How Not Resources; Canada’s Oil, the World’s Carbon Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition: “China’s Energy Grab Is About Know-How, Not Resources,” says Bloomberg Businessweek. The New York Times’ editorial team takes on “Canada’s Oil, the World’s Carbon.” CNNMoney covers, “Carbon tax gets unusual support.”

JLN Environmental/Energy: Brussels bids to rescue carbon-trading scheme; EU May Cut More Than Half of Carbon Permits Sold in 2013; Australia lags on carbon tax rules Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In today’s edition: “Activated Carbon Water, Air Markets to Pass $3 Billion, GII Says,” according to Bloomberg. Forbes dives in to “How To Tap A Trillion Dollars For Renewable Energy Investment.” Reuters reports, “More than 100 firms interested in China’s 2nd shale gas auction.”

JLN Environmental/Energy: US fund builds major stake in Trading Emissions; Barclays sells CO2 credit firm Tricorona; Carbon trading plan watered down Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In today’s edition, deal news features in the top headlines, as “Barclays sells CO2 credit firm Tricorona,” according to Reuters Point Carbon. Climate Spectator has “Could China follow Australia on a carbon price floor?” The Hill posts ”Senate GOP plans new energy push to approve Keystone XL, expand drilling.”

JLN Environmental/Energy: China Push in Canada Is Biggest Foreign Buy; The American Shale Conundrum Facing China’s Energy Champions; Loading the Climate Dice Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition, a look at Chinese and Canadian M&A in the FT’s “China bids $15bn for Canada’s Nexen,” and The Wall Street Journal’s “Shale Gas May Be the Answer for Energy-Hungry China.” Climate Spectator, meanwhile, offers, “What Gillard should have said about the carbon tax.”

JLN Environmental/Energy: China keen to avoid CO2 rollercoaster ride; When Beijing Cleared the Air; EU Commission to publish ETS rescue plan next week Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In today’s edition, China is covered across three stories: Reuters’ “China keen to avoid CO2 rollercoaster ride,” The New York Times’ “When Beijing Cleared the Air,” and BSR’s “How Brazil, India and China are redefining sustainability.” And GE’s energy division shake-up is covered in The Wall Street Journal. The Hill has “GE blames drop in wind turbine sales on tax uncertainty.”

JLN Environmental/Energy: Global Warming’s Terrifying New Math; UN sees future for carbon scheme despite price drop; Market ‘naïve’ to expect timely EU ETS fix details – analysts Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In today’s edition: Rolling Stone leads off with a politics meets environment piece called, “Global Warming’s Terrifying New Math.” Reuters has, “UN sees future for carbon scheme despite price drop.” From the nat gas space, The Wall Street Journal reports “Ousted CEO Says Duke Wanted to End Deal.”

JLN Environmental/Energy: Record Heat Wave Pushes U.S. Belief in Climate Change to 70%; The Power Grid: From Rickety to Resilient; Average Chinese person’s carbon footprint now equals European’s Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition: The Guardian says, “Average Chinese person’s carbon footprint now equals European’s.” China’s Xinhua reports, “Coal-rich province launches emission monitoring system.” Bloomberg has, “GE Turbines Help Greenko Drive Wind Power Cost Below Coal.”

JLN Environmental/Energy: For the first time, America produces as much electricity from natural gas as from coal; China, U.S. Agree World Climate Efforts Not Enough to Meet Goals; Germany May Scrap Energy-Source Goal as Overhaul Stumbles Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In this edition: Grist brings us, “For the first time, America produces as much electricity from natural gas as from coal,” while Bloomberg reports, “China, U.S. Agree World Climate Efforts Not Enough to Meet Goals.” Reuters says: “EU carbon rescue plan may not help U.N. offset slump.”

JLN Environmental/Energy: Low-key carbon tax talks fuel conservative outcry; Mexico’s historic climate law: an analysis; Merkel warns of global warming if no climate accord Environmental/Energy,Newsletter

In today’s edition, prospects for a carbon tax are covered in Politico’s “Low-key carbon tax talks fuel conservative outcry” and The Hill’s “GOP leaders slam the door on carbon taxes.” The Houston Chronicle offers “Natural gas glut a dilemma for Obama” and the AP says “Cheaper natural gas won’t lower power costs.”