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- Aug 26, 2021
Half the Sun Scholarship Could Diversify and Expand the Solar Industry
Nextracker and Solar Energy International launch scholarship to close the solar industry gender gap.
- Aug 25, 2021
Rising Harvard Freshman Devinder Sarai’s Plan to Slow Climate Change
Witnessing increasing natural disasters near his Ottawa home, Devinder Sarai decided to take bold action on climate change.
- Aug 24, 2021
The Inga Tree Model ‘Standing Up to Violent Climate Change’
Q&A with Inga Foundation founder Mike Hands about the Inga tree's revolutionary potential for sustainable agriculture.
- Aug 23, 2021
Bringing Color Back to Coral Reefs with Probiotics
With coral reefs facing an existential threat from climate change, new research seeks to unlock coral microbiomes for relief.
- Aug 19, 2021
The Top U.S. Metros Leading the Transition to Electric Vehicles
Greater EV adoption requires the infrastructure to support it. Government policies can help lead the way.
- Aug 18, 2021
Growing Interest in Algae as a Carbon Capture and Biofuel Solution
Phytoplankton, a microscopic marine algae is showing promise as a viable carbon capture solution that also yields usable biomass.
- Aug 17, 2021
Failure to Act on Building Emissions is Not an Option Says BREEAM USA’s Breana Wheeler
Q&A with BREEAM USA Director of Operations Breana Wheeler about the urgent need for more sustainable buildings.
- Aug 16, 2021
Crippled by Climate Change Afghanistan Falls into Deeper Catastrophic Crisis
After decades of war, poverty, drought and natural disasters, Afghan soldiers are overwhelmed by hunger amid conflict.
- Aug 15, 2021
Facing Annihilation Dominica Eyes Leading World in Climate Resiliency
In light of the recent IPCC report indicating climate dangers ahead, small island nations like Dominica are facing the challenge head-on.
- Aug 14, 2021
3 Alternatives to Lithium-Ion Batteries to Close the Renewable Energy Gap
Better battery technologies could help renewable energy become a more reliable way to power the grid.
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