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John Kerry, the Environmental Secretary of State

As Secretary of State John Kerry looks to the next chapter, he has an opportunity to bring an unprecedented environmental record into the private sector.

Elusive ‘black moon’ to grace the sky on Friday

This unusual celestial event happens in the Western Hemisphere on Friday, September 30.

Decades-Long Research Project Shows Golden Eagles Thriving At Scottish Wind Farms

The findings of a twenty year-long research project has revealed that golden eagles in proximity to the Beinn an Tuirc windfarm in Scotland are thriving, throwing a spanner in the works for anyone who claims wind farms and wind turbines are inherently dangerous to birds. Show More Summary

European Union Needs To Do More To Remain Global Wind Energy Leader

A new report has concluded that the European Union needs to do much more if it is to not only meet its own energy and climate targets, but also if it intends to remain a global leader in renewables and successfully transition to a cleaner energy system. Show More Summary

World's first typhoon turbine could power all of Japan for 50 years

24 minutes agoLifestyle / Green Living : Inhabitat

An engineer in Japan is looking for a silver lining in the destructive typhoons that regularly drench the island nation. Atsushi Shimizu has invented the world’s first typhoon wind turbine, an egg beater-like contraption designed to harness the immense energy of storms as a unique renewable energy source. Show More Summary

You don't need to be rich to eat healthily

Enough with the expensive superfood fads. It's time to preach a message of 'health without wealth' -- something that's attainable by all.

Siemens Developing Thermal Storage Solution For Wind Energy

German engineering behemoth Siemens, working with the Technical University Hamburg Harburg, has revealed it is working on a thermal storage solution to be paired with wind energy, which it hopes “will set a future standard in efficiency.”...Show More Summary

Get Ready For The Age Of Room Temperature Superconductors (No More Hot Laptops!)

Brookhaven researchers are hot on the trail of a new class of superconductors that could cool down your laptop, among other things Get Ready For The Age Of Room Temperature Superconductors (No More Hot Laptops!) was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

MHI Vestas Offshore Wind Named Preferred Suppler For 252 MW Deutsche Bucht Offshore Wind Farm

MHI Vestas Offshore Wind has been selected as the preferred wind turbine supplier for the 252 MW Deutsche Bucht offshore wind project being developed in Germany by owner British Wind Energy. The news, announced in late September, states...Show More Summary

Top EV Transportation & Technology Summit Coming In 19 Days — Register Now!

As I noted yesterday, CleanTechnica‘s upcoming Wroc?aw Cleantech Revolution Tour conference is packed with great EV experts, speakers, and troublemakers, but remember that this isn’t the only event CleanTechnica is participating in next month. Show More Summary

Mom can’t get a grip when it comes to her vegan son

50 minutes agoLifestyle / Green Living : Ecorazzi

These parents were thrust in to the world of raising a vegan and promptly began praying on a pound of bacon that it was just a phase.

European Investment Bank Approves €1.3 Billion In Climate Investments

As part of a larger €7.3 billion investment package, the European Investment Bank has approved more than €1.3 billion in new loans for resource efficiency and climate related investment. The European Investment Bank (EIB) announced mid-September...Show More Summary

Global Offshore Wind Market Reached Nearly 12 GW In 2015

The global offshore wind market reached nearly 15 GW in total capacity by the end of 2015, according to new figures from Navigant Research. In a new report from global research firm Navigant Research analyzing the global offshore wind...Show More Summary

How to stay popular despite going vegan

Read on for ways you can stay vegan without imposing your strict lifestyle on others.

Bad weather means milk gets dumped into waterways

We don’t need another reason to despise milk production, but here it is.

Beautiful prefab houseboats let you live on the water with a minimal energy footprint

Though Bluefield Houseboats is based in Ireland, the design/build firm delivers worldwide and handles all aspects of the design process, from initial consultation to the final handover. All houseboats are manufactured in a factory before they’re shipped out for on-site assembly. Show More Summary

9 of the most impressive Living Building Challenge certified projects

Image: Ethan Drinker Photography 1. Smith College Bechtel Environmental Classroom The Bechtel Environmental Classroom, designed by Coldham and Hartman Architects, is a former pastoral observatory transformed into a green learning space in Whatley, Massachusetts. Show More Summary

New York City To Host Formula E Electric Car Race In July 2017

The Formula E series of electric car races will be headed to New York City towards the end of July 2017, putting on a pair of races along the Brooklyn waterfront. The tentative dates for the two races are: July 29 and July 30, 2017.Show More Summary

No Surprises Here, New Ford Focus Electric To Have 100 Mile Range

GM’s decision to boost the Chevy Bolt’s range enough to get a 238-mile EPA rating may have come as quite a surprise to some of us, but we shouldn’t be holding our breath waiting for other manufacturers to do the same from the looks of it. Show More Summary

Aerovelo shatters human-powered vehicle speed record again at 89.59 mph

Last year Aerovelo broke a world record at the World Human Powered Speed Challenge with a bike that hit 85.71 miles per hour (mph). This year they one upped themselves, smashing that record again - twice. Their Eta bike, powered by Todd...Show More Summary

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