IMF: G20 Countries Paying Trillions In Fossil Fuel Subsidies

Ah, society — takes us decades to turn a simple, life-saving corner. Subsidizing fossil fuels in the 21st century has

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Saudi Arabia Wants To Go 100% Green

The world is indeed a strange, wild place these days. While one wouldn’t think an oil-rich nation like Saudi Arabia would be ready to climb aboard the green train, there are elements within the Saudi royal family who think going green is a great idea, including Prince Turki Al Faisal Al Saud of Saudi Arabia, who recently said he wanted to see his oil-rich nation go 100% green in his lifetime.

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U.S. Oil Production Could Overtake Saudi Arabia In Two Years

Oil use in the U.S. has been reduced to its lowest level in decades at a time when production is actually on the rise. As a result, U.S. oil imports have been reduced to just 41% of consumption, and at the current rate, the U.S. could begin producing more oil than Saudi Arabia in two years time. This is both a good and a bad thing for alternative fuels.

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Big Week for Fossils, Big Bucks for Fossil Fuels

Earlier this week, new studies showed that the fearsome Tyrannosaurus Rex may have been about 30% more massive than scientists

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