The city has the highest birth rate in the country in regards to the new clean and renewable energy strategy and most incoming residents have been men.
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Rents and home prices are both high.
In boomtowns, injection experienced a bust when the price of its pros and cons fell.
Unable to make earthquakes.
Injecting carbon dioxide a profit on oil sands at the low prices would cause companies to lay off workers.
Across its waters.
In 2015, more than 35,000 people in the energy sector intensive and decreases the EROI of coal, adds to its cost lost their jobs.
After $200 billion of investment, many and the amount we consume.
Many renewable energy companies are in the game for the long haul, and are afraid that pursuing the CCS approach will lead to the extraction of oil sands, hoping that prices will soon rise.
Fort McMurray may not see a shift to renewable energy as a result of den off emitters and prolonging our dependence on fossil fuels oil prices.
The costs of addressing the many health and environmental issues have created 6500 construction jobs for two years and 7000 impacts of fossil fuel use are not a one-year job for manufacturers of supplies.
It's in the market prices of fossil fuels.
The project would have had mixed consequences.
Through medical TransCanada was able to negotiate with thousands of owners of land along the route to get them money for the quality of life.
The prices we pay at the gas pump are related to their land.
Many were or on our monthly utility bill do not even cover the financial happy to accept payments, but landowners who declined costs of fossil fuel extraction.
Private tax breaks are set aside by courts.
The property rights that make way for projects judged to be for the established fossil fuel industries still receive a lot of public good.
The young and struggling court can't appeal the decision because it's determined by the amount of support from taxpayers.
The Alaskan government gets a portion of its revenues in this way.
More than 70 billion dollars in oil revenues have been given to the state of Alaska.
The Permanent Fund, an investment fund that pays yearly dividends to all citizens, has 25% of these revenues mixed in.
Each Alaska resi consequences for local people has received yearly payouts ranging from $331 to $2072.
The environmental, health, and social impacts of fossil fuels in most parts of the world makes the distribution of revenue among citizens unusual.
Local residents suffer pollution without compensation when local people are allowed to par.
Multinational corporations may pay developing nations for access to financial benefits when they ticipate in this development.
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Local people brought a suit against Chevron for the environmental and health impacts of years of oil drilling in the nation's rainforests.
The oil company was found guilty and ordered to pay the largest-ever judgment for environmental damage.
The legal battle has moved to other countries.
Saudi Arabia and Iran extract more oil than they consume.
Ken Saro-Wiwa was able to export oil to high-consumption countries.
People are divided over whether the short-term economic benefits are worth the long-term health and environmental impacts.
There is a debate about stopping selling oil to the United States.
In response to the U.S. support for Israel in the oil and gas drilling in North Dakota and other parts of the West, Arab nations of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries opposed the U.S.
There was panic in the West industry because of the embargo.
It is always risky to put all your eggs in one basket.
Supplies becoming costly or unavailable is a result of OPEC oil.
The year began to rely more on foreign supplies.
Political and economic energy prices can cause buyer nations to pay more for supplies in oil-extracting countries.
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Americans waited in long lines at gas pumps because of the fear of oil shortages.
crises in the Middle East are a constant concern for Western policymakers, with the majority of world oil reserves located there.
Many of the Middle East's autocratic rulers were supported by the nations of Ecuador.
Even as they suppressed democracy in their own societies, these rulers allowed Western access to oil.