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Beer brewers unite for International Day of Forests

Beer brewers unite for International Day of Forests

Brewers unite for International Day of ForestsIn honor of the International Day of Forests, March 21, 2015, internationally acclaimed brewmeister Finn Knudsen, in cooperation with Choose Outdoors, a national nonprofit focused on enjoyment and appreciation of our public lands, is calling on breweries around the world to develop their own special beer commemorating the importance of sustainable forestry and the world’s forests.

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Firm to convert sawdust, pine needles into jet fuel

Firm to convert sawdust, pine needles into jet fuel

Terry Kulesa can’t turn a sow’s ear into a silk purse, but he can make a pretty fair jet fuel out of pine needles and sawdust. And Kulesa’s company, Fort Collins-based Red Rocks Biofuels, is a step closer to doing that as it announced Tuesday a partnership with Flagship Ventures to build a $200 million refinery in Oregon.

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How a 25-year-old sparked a plunge at Lumber Liquidators

How a 25-year-old sparked a plunge at Lumber Liquidators

Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc.’s stock plunge over the past week, fueled by allegations of excessive formaldehyde in its flooring, can be traced back to a blog post from an obscure 25-year-old short seller. Xuhua Zhou, who had dropped out of UCLA’s doctoral program in finance and become an individual investor, took an interest in Lumber Liquidators about two years ago.

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California carbon auction brings in $1 billion! And protects forests

California carbon auction brings in $1 billion! And protects forests

California raked in $1 billion in first cap-and-trade auction of the year, and since they take place every quarter, it can look forward to raising about $4 billion this year. December’s auction brought in $400 million, so why so much more now? As of January 1, transportation fuels are included in the program.

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