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New law curbs Georgia's electric car sales

New law curbs Georgia’s electric car sales

Georgia used policy to spur electric vehicle sales, but that changes July 1.

By | Posted June 30, 2015

Urban turbines mine wind power

Urban turbines mine wind power

Engineers are creating more efficient rooftop wind turbines, but their cost is a problem

By | Posted June 29, 2015

Recklessly playing God with the planet

Recklessly playing God with the planet

A government-sponsored scientific panel called for more research on geoengineering — here’s why we shouldn’t even consider it

By | Posted June 3, 2015

Thirsty for more

Thirsty for more

Water quality reports are misleading, cryptic and incomplete

By | Posted May 20, 2015

A man of letters and soil

A man of letters and soil

Farm director and writer Scott Chaskey balances his winter season between composing poetry and challenging the national organic standard

By | Posted April 29, 2015

Where wildfires and climate scientists meet

Where wildfires and climate scientists meet

A chemist flies through smoke plumes to better understand global warming

By | Posted April 13, 2015

The eyes and ears of Newtown Creek

The eyes and ears of Newtown Creek

A community restores vitality to a superfund site in New York City

By | Posted April 8, 2015

Stories in the sediment

Stories in the sediment

Tom Cronin stumbled into studying deep ocean floors, and hopes he can help others find the same curiosity for the unknown

By | Posted February 23, 2015

For Midway Atoll’s birds, plastic is the main dish

For Midway Atoll’s birds, plastic is the main dish

The debris littering this historic island is just a tiny part of a global littering problem

By | Posted February 9, 2015

Not just a hospital problem anymore

Not just a hospital problem anymore

Even animals that live far from humans are developing resistance to antibiotics, alarming puzzled researchers

By | Posted December 11, 2014

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