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Global Clean Energy Investment Surpasses $300 Billion For Fifth Year

Though global clean energy investment again exceeded $300 billion for the fifth year in a row in 2018, it was nevertheless down on 2017 figures to $332.1 billion, hovering around...
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US Wind To Exceed Hydropower In 2019 For First Time

The latest energy and electricity forecasts from the US government has predicted that wind energy will outperform hydropower for the first time, providing a greater share of the country’s electricity...
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These AI-powered cameras can sense poachers and save wildlife

  Animal poaching is on the rise as people find interest in ivory, fur, skins and more for their financial value. Previous technologies have tried to capture poachers in the act,...
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UK’s first contact lens recycling scheme launches

  The UK’s first free national recycling scheme for plastic contact lenses – worn by an estimated 3.7 million people – is being rolled out this week. Wearers of any...
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How The World’s Largest Crowdfunder For Creativity Is Kickstarting Sustainability

Where else can you bring creative projects, like a handheld printer that can imprint on any surface or soap that smells like bacon, to life? I’m a big fan of...
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Plastic waste washes in from Manila Bay and the ocean, covering the beach and mangrove trees of Freedom Island, a protected area in the bay.

An Island Crusader Takes On The Big Brands Behind Plastic Waste

Plastic waste washes in from Manila Bay and the ocean, covering the beach and mangrove trees of Freedom Island, a protected area in the bay. Try this: Write a list...
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‘One fish at a time’: Indonesia lands remarkable victory

  Indonesia, the world’s largest tuna fishing nation, has pulled out all the stops in recent years to transform the health of an industry blighted by depleted stocks and illegal...
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Electric Buses Coming To Hawaii, New York City, & Estonia

  Electric Buses Coming To Hawaii, New York City, & Estonia   Are electric buses news? Not if you live in Shenzhen, China, which has converted its entire fleet of buses —...
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This Robot Is Delivering Coral Babies to the Great Barrier Reef

By Marlene Cimons The climate is changing faster than many species can adapt, so scientists are trying to speed up evolution by fostering the spread of creatures who can take...
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Plant-Based Diets Can Make “A Huge Difference In Our Carbon Footprints”

Actors Joaquin Phoenix, Emily Deschanel, Woody Harrelson, Peter Dinklage, and Casey Affleck are in the cohort. So, too, are singers Carrie Underwood, Ozzy Osbourne, and Stevie Wonder. There’s former US President...
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Australia could hit 100% renewables sooner than most people think

  Not since the invention of the steam engine have we seen the pace of change occurring in energy systems around the world. In Australia our electricity system is changing...
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Guardian to be first national newspaper with biodegradable wrapping

  The Guardian’s print edition will no longer be sold in plastic packaging, becoming the first national newspaper to switch to biodegradable wrapping. The Saturday edition of the paper contains...
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