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Highways Could Help Bears and Butterflies  -  2 hours ago
Smart design and roadside management could actually improve the odds for wildlife

Smog-sucking bikes? This artist wants to make it happen.  -  4 hours ago
Bonus: The captured smog can be used to make jewelry.

Let's help India's wind sector achieve its full potential  -  4 hours ago
OPINION | India's wind industry is on the march but smart policy choices can help it achieve its full potential, says DV Giri

'Our goal is an injury-free wind industry'  -  5 hours ago
5 MINUTES | The GWO is taking its wind industry safety message to new markets beyond Europe, says chief executive Jakob Holst

Low costs will pave the way for US offshore wind: Dong  -  5 hours ago
OPINION | The cost reductions already achieved in Europe plus American industrial strength bode well for the future of offshore wind in the US, says Samuel Leup

Clarksville men allegedly overfished, mooned property owner  -  8 hours ago
Houston County authorities have charged two Clarksville men with several wildlife violations after they were found in possession of more than 40 fish, which was well beyond the legal limit.

Shark sightings shut down 2 miles of ocean along San Clemente beach  -  17 hours ago
Two miles of the water along San Clemente’s coastline — from about a mile north to a mile south of the pier — has been closed since 11 a.m. Sunday due to shark sightings.&

2 Top GOP Officials Offer Mixed Messages On Future Of Paris Climate Deal  -  18 hours ago
Defense secretary throws water on report that White House already decided to withdraw, as leading senator urges Trump to stay in the Paris Agreement.


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Is California's heralded recycling program broken?  -  19 hours ago
An industrial conveyor belt rumbles, propelling a production line jampacked with more than enough recycling-bound plastic bottles to make an environmentalist smile. Clumps of polyethylene terephthalate pulse toward a compressor where it will ge

Kilian Jornet Breaks His Own Fastest Known Time Up Everest  -  21 hours ago
He made it from advanced base camp to the summit in 17 hours, breaking his own record by nine hours

Trump + Russia Chaos Is Tiny Preview Of Carbon Bubble Popping  -  a day ago
The Trump & Russian chaos — no matter how extensive it is and where it goes — is a tiny preview of the massive disruption we have coming as the global carbon bubble pops. As much as we hope for and need the global pollution industry to collapse (Earth's wonderful climate will turn into a human…

Cleantech Revolution — EV Leaders, Tesla Shuttles, Cleantech Entrepreneurship & Investing  -  a day ago
CleanTechnica's next Cleantech Revolution Tour is approaching, and it is packed with EV and clean energy leaders from around Europe who are intent on easing the way into a brighter future. Starting in Berlin (Germany) on June 27 (special networking activities), continuing on June 28 in Berlin…

Chatbot for Kia Niro hybrid vs driving the actual car  -  a day ago
A chatbot would never lie to you, right? That’s what I wanted to find out when I tested a Facebook Messenger chatbot for the 2017 Kia Niro crossover, which recently won the Guinness Book of World Records for the lowest fuel consumption for a hybrid vehicle. (It was an interesting competition...

Louisiana’s Cancer Alley Residents Push Back Against Industrial Polluters  -  a day ago
A group of residents in St. Gabriel, a suburb of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is no stranger to industrial pollution. The small town is on the banks of the Mississippi River in a stretch of land between New Orleans and Baton Rouge containing more than 100 petrochemical factories. To the industry, it’s

EVs Are Getting More Popular As The Grid Gets Greener  -  a day ago
Originally published on Climate Central. By John Upton The amount of heat-trapping pollution that’s released every time Bill Williams drives his electric sedan a mile down a road here has fallen by about a quarter in the three years since he bought it. Williams’ car hasn’t changed, but the…

Utilities’ Biggest Threat Is Not Solar + Storage, It’s Their Own Greed  -  a day ago
Originally published on RenewEconomy. There is no doubting that energy utilities are fully aware of the existential threat to their current business models presented by new technologies – solar and storage and smart software in particular. That much we know, because they have spent so much time…

Hunting Big Game: Why People Kill Animals for Fun  -  a day ago
Thousands of people each year visit wild spaces across Africa with guns in hand. They’re playing a dangerous game

Wind & Solar Are Already Cheaper Than Coal & Gas, So Let’s Get On With It  -  a day ago
Originally published on RenewEconomy. By Sophie Vorrath New wind and solar energy generation is already cheaper – on average – than the cost of existing coal or gas power on Australia’s National Electricity Market. We’ve reported it, and Bloomberg New Energy Finance foreshadowed it at the recent…

For Job Creation, Investing In Renewable Energy Beats Fossil Fuels  -  a day ago
Originally published on Energy Post. By Allan Hoffman For policymakers who are interested in job creation, investing in renewable energy is considerably more effective than investing in fossil fuels, writes Allan Hoffman, author of the blog Thoughts of a Lapsed Physicist and formerly with the…

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