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The U.S. Air Force, which has been soaring into the wild green yonder on alternative fuels and other sustainability measures, has added paint to...

Coal

Apparently many modern electric power plants that are coal powered can also use natural gas. So, when the price of natural gas came down...

Biofuels

Here’s a resource we’ll have plenty of as ever wider swathes of our forests get decimated by pests like the Pine Bark Beetle. Dead...

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Cleaning up a toxic dump the conventional way is a messy business, and VeruTEK Technologies, Inc. is one company that offers a more sustainable...

Hundreds of U.S. military installations have become “islands of protection in seas of development.” The Department of Defense has over 25 million acres of...

Clean Power

Y-Carbon, a company founded by scientists at Drexel University and Georgia Tech, is looking to bring new green jobs to old factory regions with...

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The people behind the poor shape of rail in America.

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[social_buttons] Renewable sources of energy are beginning to replace coal power in the U.S.: Every year the percentage of U.S. electricity generated from renewables...

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High Speed Rail in the southern US

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Move over, silicon: graphene is ready for its closeup.  Discovered just a few years ago, graphene is a sheet of graphite the thickness of...

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Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a new treatment for silicon photovoltaic solar cells that creates bumps and peaks on the...

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