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Will Electric Planes Take Off?

1880sLong before the Wright brothers came up with their novel design for an airplane, experimenters and innovators were experimenting with electrically powered balloons and airships. In 1883, two French military engineers, Arthur Constantin Krebs and Charles …

 
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How can the world stop using coal?

Asia consumes three-quarters of coal globally. But the US, Australia and EU burn vast amounts of the stuff.

 
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All you need to know about negative emissions

Negative emissions are processes that take greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere, for good ideally. Unless an approach converts one greenhouse gas from a particularly potent form to another less potent one, the gas has to be stored somewhere other than the a…

 
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Nine Climate Change Cases You've Never Heard Of

They argue that the effects of climate change are eroding fundamental human rights and freedoms. Adequate food and water, livelihoods, housing and human life are at stake.No silver bulletAlthough there is “no silver litigation bullet for climate change”, as M…

 
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Harnessing the wind: Five things you don’t know about wind energy

Since ancient times, wind energy has powered agriculture and trade. In 3400 BC, sailors in ancient Egypt built the world’s first wind-driven boats, enabling faster travel and allowing them to reach previously inaccessible markets. Roughly 1,400 years later, f…