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Part real-estate complex, part green-tech marvel, the Wind Wheel might be the sweetest Dutch invention since the stroopwafel.
Rajendra Pachauri, chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, is stepping down after leading the organization for more than a decade.
Willie Soon, a favorite among climate deniers, describes his research as "deliverables" in correspondence with his dirty funders.
Your food waste could be used to make tougher solar panels, better batteries, sustainable condoms, and more.
The company behind the long-stalled Keystone project wants to build a big new cross-border pipeline and get into the oil-train business.
The money will be used for climate adaptation education -- because $8 million won't be nearly enough to protect against climate disasters.
Shell and ExxonMobil ignored for decades that drilling in Europe’s largest gas field was triggering quakes.
Equipped with plenty of dynamite and seismometers, these geologists are major badasses.
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