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How Much Range Is Enough?

The recent release of the new Nissan LEAF 2 has put the range discussion front and center again. How much range should an electric car have How Much Range Is Enough? was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

The Irish Potato Famine Offers A Glimpse Of The Potential Impacts Of Climate Change

The Irish Potato Famine shows that environmental disasters don’t happen in a vacuum. The famine was the product of an unjust economic system, and its impact could be felt oceans away The Irish Potato Famine Offers A Glimpse Of The Potential...Show More Summary

Beak Shots: 2017’s Bird Photographers of the Year

Birdwatching is cool but capturing an awesome avian on film is a feather in your cap, as proven by these 2017 Bird Photographer of the Year winners. The post Beak Shots: 2017’s Bird Photographers of the Year appeared first on WebEco...

Your Rush-Hour Commute Is Not Just Frustrating, It’s Also Making You Sick

For millions of Americans, the rush-hour commute is more than just frustrating. It’s also dangerous, exposing drivers to unsafe levels of air pollution. Rolling up the windows won’t solve the problem. An ongoing study in Atlanta hasShow More Summary

Solar Keeps The Lights On Through A Brutal Monsoon Season In Rural India

Even after last month’s floods caused widespread blackouts, those with access to solar power and batteries still had basic lighting, even after the sun went down Solar Keeps The Lights On Through A Brutal Monsoon Season In Rural India...Show More Summary

Another One Bites The Dust: Cost Of Wind Power Cancels Kansas Coal Facility Expansion

The plunging cost of wind power has forced the cancellation of a long planned expansion to the coal power generating facility in Holcomb, Kansas Another One Bites The Dust: Cost Of Wind Power Cancels Kansas Coal Facility Expansion was...Show More Summary

Hurricane Harvey Was A Once In 25,000 Year Storm

A new analysis shows that Hurricane Harvey was a once in 25,000 year event. But that doesn't mean it will be another 25,000 years before another storm just like it occurs. Hurricane Harvey Was A Once In 25,000 Year Storm was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

Climate Change Is Threatening The Bees That Pollinate Coffee Plants

The best coffee grows in the mountains, where it is cool. It needs low temperatures to thrive, which is why growers often put shade trees in their fields. But the mountains are getting hotter. And the higher you go, the less room there is to grow coffee. Show More Summary

NBC & ABC Fail To Mention How Climate Change Worsened Impacts Of Hurricane Harvey

Will the major broadcast networks report on the role of climate change in shaping this storm? If Hurricane Harvey is any indication, the answer is ‘probably not.’ But by ignoring climate science, they are missing an opportunity to tell...Show More Summary

Elevated glass-bottomed pool hovers over a second pool in the hip Wall House

An outdoor swimming pool with a glass bottom hovers above the second pool of this gorgeous residence in the Portuguese Riviera. Guedes Cruz Arquitectos designed the entire Wall House as a sprawling, open-plan house that embodies the principles of indoor-outdoor living, with so many gorgeous elements that it's surreal.[...]

Maintaining Pace Of Coal Retirements And Faster Clean Energy Growth Will Yield Another Half Billion Tons Of Carbon Reduction

The work ahead of us will not be easy. The Trump Administration is creating challenges at every turn, but we have prevailed

Climate Change Lawsuits Are Increasingly Showing Up In Court

When it comes to climate change policy, don’t underestimate the power of the courts. That’s the message from new research that analyzes the growing?—?but under-recognized?—?role of the judiciary in the fate of climate change regulations,...Show More Summary

Trump's DOE invests $62 million in concentrated solar power

President Donald Trump doesn't usually mention solar power, unless it's talk of covering his beloved border wall in solar panels. But his Department of Energy (DOE) recently announced a huge investment in concentrated solar power (CSP). Show More Summary

Companies Increasingly Valuing Renewables As Cost-Competitive Energy Sources

A new report published this week has echoed recent claims that companies are valuing renewable energy for more than the benefit it provides to sustainability goals and are turning to renewables as the most cost-competitive source ofShow More Summary

Phasing Out US Coal Plants Could Save Consumers $10 Billion Per Year

A new report has concluded that phasing out unprofitable coal plants in the United States could end up saving consumers $10 billion per year by 2021, while simultaneously boosting the country's competitiveness.  Phasing Out US Coal Plants...Show More Summary

West Virginia Revokes Approval Of Mountain Valley Pipeline As Legal Terrain Shifts

If Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe’s Department of Environmental Quality continues its present course, it will likely suffer the same embarrassment.

Strong Chinese Solar Market Expected To Push Global Demand Past 100 Gigawatts In 2017

China's solar industry continues to beat out expectations, and new analysis published this week suggests that continued strong demand for solar throughout 2017 will help push global demand over the 100 GW mark for the first time.  Strong...Show More Summary

Companies Suffer “Huge Missed Opportunity” In Failing To Report Strong Environmental Performance

Companies that fail to report financial value from strong environmental performance suffer "a huge missed opportunity" according to a new report published this week which analyzed environmental performance and financial results.  Companies...Show More Summary

Understanding Today’s Climate Politics

When we first started to discuss and address the issue of adaptation to climate change, we were criticized for giving up

Why Coal Mining Families Should Embrace A Fee On Carbon

Last week Alpha Natural Resources announced the opening of a new mine in Raleigh County, West Virginia. According to the

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