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Portland Press Herald (Thu 25 Jul, 2013)
Experts downplay pollution from fire - But the second blowout off the Louisiana coast this month raises concerns about regulation.
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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NEW ORLEANS - A blown-out natural gas well blazing off Louisiana's coast poses fewer environmental dangers than past offshore accidents because it appears to primarily involve gas that disperses relatively easily, scientists said Wednesday.


The Baltimore Sun (Thu 25 Jul, 2013)
O'Malley says state has 'moral obligation' to avert climate change - Maryland has not been meeting goal to cut greenhouse gases
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Gov. Martin O'Malley said Thursday that Maryland will not meet its ambitious goal to cut greenhouse gases unless the state adopts more aggressive measures he is proposing.


The Baltimore Sun (Wed 24 Jul, 2013)
O'Malley crafts stricter plan to fight climate change - Maryland must cut electricity consumption, use more renewable energy to cut carbon emissions
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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The O'Malley administration's aggressive new plan to fight climate change calls for Maryland residents to further cut their energy use or face higher monthly utility bills.


CBS News (Wed 24 Jul, 2013)
No signs of sheen from burning Louisiana gas well
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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An out-of-control natural gas well burned Wednesday off Louisiana hours after it ignited following a blowout, though authorities said there was no sign of a slick on the surface of the water.


CBS News (Wed 24 Jul, 2013)
Natural gas well in Gulf burning out of control
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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A natural gas well about 55 miles southwest of Grand Isle, La., caught fire in the Gulf of Mexico after a blowout occurred. Environmentalists say it does not pose the same risk as BP's disaster three years ago. Mark Strassmann reports.


WBTV (North Carolina) (Wed 24 Jul, 2013)
Experts: Gas in Gulf blowout is less damaging
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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NEW ORLEANS (AP) - A blown-out natural gas well blazing off Louisiana's coast poses fewer environmental dangers than past offshore accidents because it appears to primarily involve gas that disperses relatively easily, scientists said Wednesday.


WRAL (North Carolina) (Wed 24 Jul, 2013)
Experts: Gas in Gulf blowout is less damaging
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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NEW ORLEANS — A blown-out natural gas well blazing off Louisiana's coast poses fewer environmental dangers than past offshore accidents because it appears to primarily involve gas that disperses relatively easily, scientists said Wednesday.


9 News (Colorado) (Wed 24 Jul, 2013)
Authorities see no sheen near burning Gulf rig
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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NEW ORLEANS (AP) - An out-of-control natural gas well burned Wednesday off Louisiana hours after it ignited following a blowout, though authorities said there was no sign of a slick on the surface of the water.


The Washington Post (Tue 23 Jul, 2013)
Federal authorities see no sheen in water near burning natural gas well in Gulf of Mexico
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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NEW ORLEANS — An out-of-control natural gas well burned Wednesday off Louisiana hours after it ignited following a blowout, though authorities said there was no sign of a slick on the surface of the water.


The Baltimore Sun (Tue 23 Jul, 2013)
It's not too late to act on climate change - Maryland has taken a leadership role with a comprehensive plan to address climate realities; now others must follow our example
Staff quoted: Don Boesch
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Climate change is real. The stakes are high and the time is short. In Maryland, we just have to think about last week's sweltering weather to get a look into our future. In 50 years, it could be a rare summer day when temperatures in Maryland do not reach well into the 90s, with high humidity and warm nights. Most days would have code orange air quality or worse as the heat raises ozone levels, even as we are reducing air pollution. While we typically experience only two or three days when temperatures exceed 100 degrees, this would likely grow to 30 or more days, with life-threatening heat waves punctuated by intense downpours and flash flooding. These are just the patterns that climate scientists anticipate.



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