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Climate Change

One of the real riddles out there as regards the future effects of anthropogenic climate change is with regard to the inevitable mass migrations....

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Sea levels are already rising. One tends to think of this as a third world development but, between 1969 and 2010, Prince Edward Island...

Cars

In this edition of the clean energy and transport news roundup, we have stories about India's massive solar park, UFOs stealing our sunshine, solar-powered...

Clean Power

Originally published on RenewEconomy. By Sophie Vorrath Nearly 50 of the world’s most disadvantaged nations have pledged to fast-track their shift to 100% renewable...

Climate Change

2016 is very likely to be the hottest year on record when it's over, according to a new assessment from the World Meteorological Organization....

Policy & Politics

Donald Trump tells supporters he'll "reactivate" the naval shipyard in Philadelphia, but it's already really, really active.

Autonomous Vehicles

In this edition of the clean transport and energy news roundup, we’ve got stories on remote EV charging, a cheaper carbon fiber production process,...

Autonomous Vehicles

In this edition of the clean energy and transport news roundup, we’ve got stories about Colorado solar fees, sheep as solar workers, solar microgrids,...

Clean Power

Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has announced his government’s intention to “review development plans of all new coal plants and halt any new...

Clean Power

Originally published on FGI Publishing. By Dr. Timothy Cadman The good news about the Clean Development Mechanism was overshadowed by two early events as...

Clean Power

As November begins, promises from individual countries to the United Nations have addressed nearly 90% of the world’s current greenhouse gas emissions. The world...

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