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Uber, Lyft respond to Trump ban on entry to US from targeted countries

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Last Friday, President Trump signed an executive order suspending “immigrant and nonimmigrant entry” into the US from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen for 90 days, with the potential for adding further countries of origin to the list of proscribed. Have lawyers and immigration experts will be on call 24/7 to help. Brief

EIA: China is now the world’s largest net importer of petroleum and other liquid fuels

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Click to enlarge. US total annual petroleum and other liquids production is expected to rise 31% between 2011 and 2014 to 13.3 million barrels per day.

AFED report: state of water resources in the Arab world is precarious and worsening

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By 2015, the only countries in the region which will still pass the water scarcity test, at above 1,000 cubic meters per capita, will be Iraq and Sudan – and even that assumes that water supplies from Turkey and Ethiopia will continue to be sustained at their present levels. The figure drops to below 100 cubic meters in six countries.

RAND reports suggest US DoD use less petroleum fuel to deal with high prices, not count on alternatives

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Notable examples of nations where security shortfalls are significantly impeding investment and production are Nigeria; Iraq; Sudan; and, most recently, Libya. From a cost perspective, the potential of alternative fuels is of limited, if any value, according to the lead report written by James Bartis, a RAND senior policy researcher. Sawak.

Climate Talks End In Copenhagen Accord; Countries Settle On Non- Binding 2 ºC Warming Limit

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In the end, 188 countries voted in favor of the motion, with Cuba, Bolivia, Sudan, and Venezuela voting against it. by Jack Rosebro. As heads of state convened, an abbreviated document was hurriedly produced to minimize sticking points and shopped around among leaders of developed countries. China doesn’t like numbers.”