Deep in the oceans, human activities are taking a toll.

Once seen as too remote to harm, the deep sea is facing new pressures from mining, pollution, overfishing and more.
Posted On 08 Jun 2017
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Marine reserves protect against warming climate

Marine reserves can give protection against the impacts of climate change to both sea life and land-dwelling species, including humans.
Posted On 07 Jun 2017
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Electric vehicles have another record year, reaching 2 million cars in 2016

The number of electric cars on the roads around the world rose to 2 million in 2016, following a year of strong growth in 2015, according to the International Energy Agency
Posted On 07 Jun 2017
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The Technologies of Change

New International Energy Agency report maps major transformations in energy technologies over next decades
Posted On 06 Jun 2017
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Best Strategies for Environmentally-Friendly Manufacturing

Implementing best practices for reaching sustainable manufacturing goals has resulted in extensive energy savings.
Posted On 05 Jun 2017
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GMO crops could expect a brighter future

Genetically modified (GMO) crops remain controversial, but scientists still have faith that they will help both to replace fossil fuels and to feed the world.
Posted On 01 Jun 2017
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Economist wants truth on real cost of fossil fuel

A leading economist says the world should reject lies about carbon emissions, pricing them to show the real cost of fossil fuel.
Posted On 01 Jun 2017
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Urban heat islands leave cities sweltering

Many city dwellers face a hotter future than their suburban and rural peers because the urban heat island effect can double city temperatures.
Posted On 01 Jun 2017
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