Environmental Groups Ask U.S. Trade Rep To Drop Complaint Over India’s Solar Policy

WASHINGTON -- A group of environmental organizations is calling on the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative to drop a complaint over India's solar ...

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Brad Friedman and Desi Doyen: ‘Green News Report’ – April 22, 2014

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IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: It's our 500th episode of the Green News Report ...coincidentally on Ea... [Read more...]

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Erik Rancatore: How Can Nuclear Science Promote Sustainable Development?

Earth Day 2014 provides an opportunity to look at what nuclear science and technology has done to establish sustainable development by improving health and the quality of life. [Read more...]

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Mary Anne Hitt: Students Sit-In, Rally to Get Washington University to Cut Ties With Peabody Coal

If you're looking for clean energy inspiration, we've had lots of it this past week, courtesy of a phenomenal group of Washington University (St. Loui...

Read more: Environment, Energy, Clean Energy, St. Louis, Peabody Energy, Sierra Club, Activism, Coal, Washington University at St. Louis, Green News

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Amanda Hanley: 6 Ways Chicagoland is Greener and Cleaner Than You Think (Part I)

In 2010, Chicago was ranked the third-largest center for clean economy jobs in the nation.

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Amanda Hanley: 6 More Ways Chicagoland is Greener and Cleaner Than You Think (Part II)

Thanks to an exploding food movement over the past 10 years, more food than ever is now being grown in backyards, rooftops, vacant lots and abandoned factories throughout Chicagoland. [Read more...]

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Michael Brune: The One Thing to Remember on Earth Day

As the Club entered the 21st century, we realized that simply saving the places we loved wouldn't be enough. If we fail to address the threat of climate destruction, we could see much of the progress we have achieved -- John Muir's legacy -- undone. [Read more...]

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James Grundvig: Science of the Small With a Big Sustainable Impact: Interview With Novozymes’ Adam Monroe

As modern society evolves and the global population swells from 7 billion to more than 9 billion by 2050, the density of people and sprawl is shifting...

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This Invention Could Help Us Use Solar Energy Even After The Sun Has Set

This story originally appeared on Mother Nature Network.

Scientists at MIT and Harvard University have revealed a novel way to store solar energy i...

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Cintia Cabib: Films Champion Inspiring Youth Solutions to Climate Change

"If the adults don't do enough, we have to do it because we will live on earth for another 80 or 90 years and our children will live even longer." The...

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Steven Cohen: Why a Climate Treaty or Carbon Tax Is Unlikely

Let's face the fact that our lifestyles and the aspirations of billions of people in the developing world will require more, not less, energy in the future.

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Mary Ellen Harte: Climate Change This Week: Super Cheap Solutions, and More!

Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded.

Daily Climate Change: Global Map of Unusual Temperatures, Apr 17 2014

How unusua... [Read more...]

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