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UNESCO urges halt to plan for Bangladesh coal plant in delta

DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — The UN agency devoted to preserving world heritage has joined environmental groups urging Bangladesh to halt plans for a massive coal-fired power plant near ecologically sensitive mangrove forests on the coastThe.

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Campaigners claim victory in fight against waste energy plant in Ramsbottom

Government backs council decision to reject the plans for Fletcher Bank Quarry after public inquiry

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Subterranean tourism booming in Japan: Visit quarry used as plant during Second World War

One step inside the former quarry site at the Oya History Museum in Utsunomiya and you will feel as if you are exploring ancient ruins

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Irving Oil closing Saint John refinery for maintenance overhaul

Irving Oil will spend $200-million and employ up to 3,000 workers over 60 days to upgrade existing processing units at the New Brunswick plant

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Popular Quartz Countertops Pose a Risk to Workers

Ublester Rodriguez, 39, worked for nearly a decade with “engineered stone” and other materials containing silica

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Safety plan for quarry where teens died

Fencing, signage and a memorial at a Fife quarry where two teenagers drowned is to be funded by the council

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Snowdonia hydro power project hits permit delay

Developers hoping to build a £100m hydro power plant in a disused Gwynedd quarry withdraw a key permit application

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An abandoned industrial site hiding a wildlife haven

Threlkeld, Lake District The quarry walls here, below Blencathra, are of nutrient-rich microgranite, yielding a fertile soil for plant life to flourishIan Hartland opens up the regulator as his saddle-tank locomotive attacks the incline of the.

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How more than a QUARTER of undergraduate students are raising children

According to a new Quartz report using data from the Institute for Women's Policy Research, 48million undergrads in the US had dependents between 2011 and 2012

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Pantone names a pastel pink and a baby blue as the hottest colors of 2016

For the first time, the color authority folks at Pantone have apparently picked not just one go-to color for 2016 but two, prognosticating that next year’s retail clothing racks, paint cans and furniture showrooms will be heavy on shades of.

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SaskPower to launch carbon-capture power plant; hopes it will be model for world

Saskatchewan’s government-owned power utility is set to launch its flagship carbon-capture-and-storage project this week when it cuts the ribbon on a $14-billion addition to its Boundary Dam power plant near Estevan

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New concrete plant for Chap at Balmedie

A building boom in Bridge of Don and Dyce has prompted Chap Group to open a second concrete plant in Aberdeenshire The Westhill-based company has invested nearly £700,000 in the ready-mix site in Belhelvie, to the north of Aberdeen Chap’s.

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Evacuation orders lifted for several Fort McMurray work camps

Seven camps, including those attached to the Syncrude Canada Ltd project and Suncor Energy Inc base plant, can be reopened, according to the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo

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Exxon Mobil partners for new carbon capture pilot project

After Exxon and Connecticut-based FuelCell announced a partnership in May, they have now chosen Southern Company's Barry power plant near Mobile, Alabama for its first pilot project The 27 gigawatt plant generates power from both coal and.

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Quarry worker Hanna Wain will compete for Miss Pinup New Zealand as Dariel Dearlove

Hanna Wain, a 29-year-old quarry worker from Auckland, will soon compete for the title of Miss Pinup New Zealand She wears her Forties and Fifties inspired garments every day

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JPL to fete former director, Voyager scientist Ed Stone

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Cañada Flintridge will celebrate the career of former director Ed Stone on Monday, Jan 25 Stone served as director of JPL from 1991 to 2001 and is the only person to ever have served as project.

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Severed head found in Cambridgeshire quarry may be that of accident victim

Victim aged between 30 and 50 may have been hit by a train about 10 years ago, causing head to become lodged in nearby bridgeA man whose severed head was found in a quarry in Cambridgeshire was aged between 30 and 50 and might have been.

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Weardale quarry will be Beowulf set

A former Weardale quarry which had been set for a renewable energy project will become the home of Beowulf

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Snowdonia hydro power project hits permit delay

Developers hoping to build a £100m hydro power plant in a disused Gwynedd quarry withdraw a key permit application

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BASF backs off of $14 billion plant

After first announcing tentative plans for the project more than two years ago, profit margins have declined and the world's largest chemical company is opting to postpone the expansion for now, as first reported by Reuters

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'Unique country park' plan for Flintshire gathers pace

A project is awarded £20,000 to help move forward plans for a 120-acre "unique country park" at a disused quarry in Flintshire

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