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UK rail line becomes first in world to be powered by solar farm

Pilot scheme on Network Rail’s Wessex route paves way for solar-powered trains  King’s Cross station. The move could pave the way for solar-powered trains across the country. Photograph: Sarah Lee/The...
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Meet Planted: The Startup Making Plant-Based Chicken From Pea Protein

Swiss company Planted has concocted a plant-based chicken that, well, tastes like chicken. The startup is part of a growing movement to create plant-based alternatives to meat, joining the likes of Impossible...
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Hasbro to Phase Out Plastics in Packaging Starting in 2020

Toy maker Hasbro announced today that, beginning in 2020, it plans to begin phasing out plastic from new product packaging, including plastic elements like polybags, elastic bands, shrink wrap, window sheets...
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Dundee’s green revolution: council-run charging hubs and electric cabs

Electric bin lorries and solar-powered charging points are aimed at making city cleanest in UK  Abdullah Kamer, a delivery driver, charges his BMW i3 vehicle at the Princes Street charging...
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Carton Manufacturers: Consumers Support Recycling

Most American consumers say they recycle even though only a small percentage of them believe that materials actually get recycled, according to a recent survey from major carton manufacturing companies....
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Cheap renewables will price out oil on roads

Petrol- and diesel-driven cars will soon vanish, as oil-based fuel already costs three times more than cheap renewables. An electric car charging. A new report by French bank BNP Paribas forecasts...
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Lilium eVTOL Red Dot Award

Lilium Flirts With Biomimicry, Wins Red Dot Award

One benefit of the new wave of electric vertical take-off & landing (eVTOL) and electric conventional takeoff and landing (eCTOL) aircraft is the freedom the electric propulsion system gives designers....
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The World’s Largest Electric Ferry Has Completed Its Maiden Voyage

“E-Ferry Ellen”, the world’s largest all-electric ferry, has made its maiden voyage connecting the island of Aerø, population 6,000, to the rest of Denmark. The route is 22 nautical miles long....
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Iceland commemorates first glacier lost to climate change

Iceland on Sunday honours the passing of Okjokull, its first glacier lost to climate change, as scientists warn that some 400 others on the subarctic island risk the same fate....
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Mussels, ‘super-filters’ that can help beat water pollution

Seafood lovers who prize the mussel for its earthy taste and succulent flesh may be unaware of its growing potential in the fight against water pollution. The mussel is the...
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Softbank invests $110M in new energy storage system

Energy Vault, the creator of a new way to perform utility-scale energy storage,  announced that SoftBank Vision Fund (Vision Fund) invested $110 million in its Series B funding round. Energy...
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For a Sustainable Climate and Food System, Regenerative Agriculture Is the Key

From where I stand inside the South Dakota cornfield I was visiting with entomologist and former USDA scientist Jonathan Lundgren, all the human-inflicted traumas to Earth seem far away. It...
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