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From pollution to power

From pollution to power

Scientists are working on turning harmful algae blooms intro practical energy sources

By | Posted April 10, 2015

Keeping barnyard sludge under control

Keeping barnyard sludge under control

Cows munching grass instead of corn could cut nitrogen pollution

By | Posted April 3, 2015

Avian cholera strikes geese

Avian cholera strikes geese

Roughly two thousand sick birds collapse in Idaho: Should chickens be worried?

By | Posted April 1, 2015

Costa Rica is all green in 2015

Costa Rica is all green in 2015

An all-renewable future isn’t as far away as you might think

By | Posted March 25, 2015

We need food, not ethanol

We need food, not ethanol

Our misplaced confidence in biofuels

By | Posted March 4, 2015

Could a weird ice machine solve California’s energy problems?

Could a weird ice machine solve California’s energy problems?

Probably not, but it can store energy in the form of ice, which is pretty cool

By | Posted February 18, 2015

World Bank wants developing nations to go renewable, but are they committed?

World Bank wants developing nations to go renewable, but are they committed?

To curb climate change and ensure quality of life for the people living in poverty, large institutions have to lead the way

By | Posted February 10, 2015

How a Jackie Chan disc could boost solar power

How a Jackie Chan disc could boost solar power

The nano-grooves on Blu-ray discs improve the light absorbency of solar panels, researchers find

By | Posted February 2, 2015

The Mountain Pine Beetle: a deadly artist

The Mountain Pine Beetle: a deadly artist

The Mountain Pine Beetle kills trees and paints them blue from Mexico to Canada

By | Posted November 24, 2014

A sword-billed hummingbird.

Which came first: the long-billed bird or the long-tubed flower?

Some plants with niche features can quickly get rid of them if that’s what it takes for survival

By | Posted October 21, 2014

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