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25/6/2016
Three years ago, Tarabhai Lakshmi Koli, 43, her construction worker husband, and their two grown sons, moved into their first real house in Siddapurwadi, a rural remote hamlet of 500 households in southern India, about 370 miles from Bangalore. ...   
25/6/2016
Before the sun rose Thursday, Kirk Atwater`s wakeup call was a noxious breeze that filled his bedroom with fumes. He stepped out of his ranch that overlooks an arroyo in the Ventura hills and saw a creek of thick, black goo traveling ...   
25/6/2016
Two additional SolarCity Corp board members with ties to Elon Musk are recusing themselves from making decisions regarding Tesla Motors Inc's offer to buy the solar power company, in a bid to alleviate corporate governance concerns surrounding a ...   
25/6/2016
It’s hard not to pay outsize attention to the parts of big pictures that resonate most with one’s sensibilities. I’ve frequently pointed out the great work of what I once called “Generation E” — young people working energetically to foster social ...   
23/6/2016
In a speech to the Congressional Black Caucus last September, President Obama praised Black women for their resilient dedication to advocating for progress in America. "All of us are beneficiaries of a long line of strong Black women who helped ...   
23/6/2016
No bloodshed for 60 years, £350m paycheques to Brussels and even three lions on a shirt. It seems that, no matter where you turn, the UK is embroiled in a heated tactical and number-focused battle to rise to the top of Europe.But both on ...   
23/6/2016
"Crash in Ph Mining stocks this morning. There go the coal plants too. Can’t look." These were the words tweeted by Manny Pangilinan, the CEO of the Philippines’ biggest utility Meralco, which heavily invests in coal ...   
23/6/2016
Firefighters across Arizona and New Mexico battled 31 wildfires on Wednesday, their efforts complicated by a relentless heat wave and bone-dry conditions. And in the Angeles National Forest, on the northern edge of Los Angeles, two fires kept ...   
23/6/2016
Many law professors would be thrilled to have their work cited in a major court decision. Not Hannah Wiseman. The Florida State University law professor, who specializes in energy and environmental law, was dismayed when her ...   
23/6/2016
The Obama administration's hydraulic fracturing rule is dead. In a monumental ruling last night, the U.S. District Court for the District of Wyoming struck down the years-in-the-making regulation, concluding that the Bureau of Land ...   
23/6/2016
Pacific Gas and Electric Co.'s announcement yesterday that it would shutter California's last nuclear plant and replace the power with energy efficiency and renewable energy was the result of a confluence of progressive state policies, CEO ...   
23/6/2016
California's stressed-out power grid was handed another blow this week, when the state's last operating electricity-generating nuclear power plant said it plans to go offline in less than a decade. PG&E, owner of the Diablo Canyon Power ...   
23/6/2016
What do you look for when you’re searching for a new home? If you are like most buyers and renters, you’re looking for something in the right location, at the right price, near the right amenities that somehow feels like home. While these ...   
23/6/2016
Last year the average renewable mix was 33%, reports Agora Energiewende, a German clean energy think tank. New wind power coming online should push that even higher."We have a greater share of renewable energy every year,' said Christoph ...   
23/6/2016
A bid to clear the Pacific of its plastic debris has moved a step closer with the launch of the biggest prototype clean-up boom yet by the Dutch environment minister at a port in The Hague. On Thursday the 100m-long barrier will be towed ...   
23/6/2016
Despite the Paris pledge to limit global warming to “well below” 2C, large amounts of both public and private money continue to flow into the fossil fuel industry. The Paris Agreement refers only tangentially those financial flows – even ...   
23/6/2016
In 2013, a team of citizen science volunteers who collaborate on the climate myth debunking website SkepticalScience.com published a paper finding a 97% expert consensus on human-caused global warming in peer-reviewed research. Over the past 3 ...   
23/6/2016
Harmful ozone-causing emissions are on the rise again, a new study has found.Naturally occurring ozone in the upper atmosphere is good, protecting us from the sun’s ultra-violet rays. But ground-level ozone, formed from reactions between ...   
23/6/2016
Corals are dying rapidly and sustained high sea temperatures will make it harder than ever to recover, say researchers A scientist assesses the damage in a bleached coral reef (Pic: XL Catlin Seaview Survey) Corals affected by ...   
23/6/2016
solate seascape of bleached corals on the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Queensland. Image: John Howell via Flickr Worst-ever bleaching event affects 93 percent of the Great Barrier Reef as rising temperatures and sea ...   
23/6/2016
Solar Impulse 2 has completed the first ever crossing of the Atlantic by a solar-powered aeroplane, landing in Spain early on Thursday morning. The four-day trip, which started in New York, was the latest leg of a round-the-world journey ...   
23/6/2016
New York City summers bring to mind images of children running through open fire hydrants, free concerts in the park, and a feeling of carefreeness not associated with any other season. If the results of new research are correct, New York City ...   
23/6/2016
A study has revealed that fields of red-coloured algae are forming on world’s glaciers and it is accelerating global warming. Previously, the experts thought the red colour of the snow was caused by some chemical spill or baby seal clubbing. ...   
23/6/2016
A dramatic slump in coal production has pushed U.S. carbon emissions so low that, were the trend to continue, the U.S. would achieve its 2030 emissions goals this year, according to one professor’s analysis of data from the Energy Information ...   
23/6/2016
Wednesday marked the creation of the new Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy, the world’s largest coalition of mayors, spanning six continents, representing 7,100 cities and 119 countries. The Covenant joins two of the world’s primary ...   

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