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The Green Life: Daily Roundup: September 20, 2010

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September 20, 2010

Daily Roundup: September 20, 2010

All Talk: The 17 nations that create 80 percent of carbon emissions met today at the two-day Major Economies Forum on Climate and Energy. Analysts expect little progress from the talks. AFP

Frankenfish? The FDA is considering approving the sale of genetically modified Atlantic salmon for human consumption. If approved, the fish will be the first modified animal allowed on the dinner table. MSNBC

Plant Power: Spain's government approved the construction of the country's largest biomass plant, which can have carbon emissions up to 60% lower than energy facilities that use fossil fuels. AFP

Not Over: The U.S. government declared BP's well "effectively dead" on Sunday. But it will take much longer for Gulf Coast residents to recover. AP

Abundant and Affordable: There's enough uranium to make nuclear power viable for the next generation, MIT scientists say. Christian Science Monitor

--Natalya Stanko

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