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In a landmark fusion experiment in Oxfordshire, England, researchers generated 59 megajoules of heat over five seconds — blasting the previous record of 21.7 megajoules, set in 1997, out of the water.
Experts say we can't adopt clean energy without more long-distance power lines. But congressional gridlock is getting in the way.
A new study says the plants emit twice as much methane as previously thought.
Opponents call the embattled Texas attorney general’s tenure “a disaster for Texas’ air, water, and climate.”
The new climate bill could help reveal industrial pollution. But no law requires the government to act.
“This shows how an election can change the fate of the Amazon.”
Yet governments are still pouring $7 trillion into subsidies for fossil fuels.
Plans to expand wireless cellular networks could be bad news for atmospheric science.
As Congress delays reauthorization, the National Flood Insurance Program faces dueling lawsuits.