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New map reveals the world's most toxic countries

Just about every country in the world grapples with pollution, no matter how rich or poor they are. But you may not be aware of just how toxic your locale is. The Eco Experts from the United Kingdom recently cross-referenced data toShow More Summary

Middle East & North Africa Region Has More Than 5.7 Gigawatts Of Solar In Pipeline

Middle East and North Africa remains a hotbed of solar power development with more than 5,700 megawatts of capacity under development Middle East & North Africa Region Has More Than 5.7 Gigawatts Of Solar In Pipeline was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

The President of Iceland is right: Ban pineapple pizza.

This is a silly post, about a silly bit of news, but is a reminder that we really should think about what we eat.

Tesla Model S P100D Torque Stuns Drag Times After Dyno Test

Drag Times loves to play with the Model S P100D with Ludicrous Mode. Recently, it loaded one onto a Mustang Dyno to get a peak into what sort of numbers the car is capable of, down at the contact patch where the rubber meets the road Tesla...Show More Summary

Pro Athletes Love Their Teslas (Video)

This past week, two standout professional athletes, Marc Gasol and Ray Lewis, both took to Twitter to show their love for Tesla Pro Athletes Love Their Teslas (Video) was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

Why Pursue New Coal, When Solar Towers + Storage Beats It On All Counts?

The US-based developers of the world’s leading solar tower and storage technologies has expressed surprise that Australia’s federal government is pursuing “new coal” plants, saying that solar towers with storage beats coal on just about...Show More Summary

South Australia’s Electricity Prices Rose Less In Past Decade Than In Coal States

A new report charting Australia’s rising power prices over the past decade has undermined claims that South Australia’s high electricity prices have been driven by the state’s uptake wind and solar, showing that its rises have been less...Show More Summary

California introduces its own 100% renewable energy bill

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Massachusetts recently introduced a bill to derive 100 percent of the state's energy from renewables, and now California is following suit. A new bill introduced by state Senate leader Kevin de León would require the state to obtainShow More Summary

What happens when a school district reduces meat and dairy consumption?

The Oakland Unified School District has concluded a two-year experiment and discovered savings, both environmental and financial.

NASA's new efficient super computing facility will save 1.3 million gallons of water a year

The computing facility will help researchers with NASA missions while reducing its environmental impact.

Secluded Thai home converted into a luxury lodge with an elephant lookout

Tucked into the green hills of Chiang Mai, Thailand, Hill Lodge was originally built as a private home for a nature-loving family. But the new owners wanted something new, so they commissioned Bangkok-based SOOK Architects to convert the wooden bungalows into a guest lodge. Show More Summary

Jammu & Kashmir Announces 450 Megawatt Rooftop Solar Power Target

The Jammu & Kashmir Department of Science and Technology has announced a target to have 450 megawatts of rooftop solar power capacity under the net-metering system by Jammu & Kashmir Announces 450 Megawatt Rooftop Solar Power TargetShow More Summary

Researchers Warn UK Must Increase Power System Flexibility

Researchers from the UK Energy Research Centre have warned this week that the country needs to build much greater flexibility into its power system if it is to ensure energy security and avoid spiraling electricity costs in the future. Researchers...Show More Summary

First Solar Records Biggest-Ever Loss In Q4 & Full-Year 2016

US-based solar PV manufacturer First Solar, reporting its fourth quarter and full-year 2016 results, reported its biggest-ever quarterly loss, as well as a massive net loss for the whole year, on the back of decreased revenue and a massive...Show More Summary

The sound of a starling murmuration is as mesmerizing as the sight of it

This wildly beautiful short film reveals the sound of thousands of starlings as they approach from afar and swarm overhead.

Groundbreaking bolt-on technology makes carbon capture affordable

What if fossil fuels could be burned without pouring emissions into the air? Many people consider that idea to be wishful thinking, but chemical engineer Rodney Allam doesn't. He's been working on carbon capture technology on and off...Show More Summary

Indian Coal Imports Decline In January

Reports from Indian newspapers are showing that Indian coal imports declined by 21.7% to 14.31 million tonnes in January, due to existing stocks supplying adequate supply. Indian Coal Imports Decline In January was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

China Experiences Weaker Q1 In Solar, Expects 100% Growth In Q2, According To IHS

A short market note from analysts IHS has reported China's solar industry experienced a weaker first quarter, but coming into the second quarter can expect a 100% growth rate. China Experiences Weaker Q1 In Solar, Expects 100% Growth...Show More Summary

It's a bike lane, not a construction loading area

In Toronto, they are considering regulations on blocking bike lanes for construction. It is about time.

First Solar Secures $240 Million In Funding For Japanese Solar Project

American solar PV manufacturer First Solar has secured $240 million in funding from Japan-based Mizuho Bank for the development of a 59.5 megawatt utility-scale solar project in the Ishikawa prefecture. First Solar Secures $240 Million...Show More Summary

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