Wind, water and solar sources − the renewable energy trio − could meet almost all the needs of our power-hungry society in 30 years.
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It would be a monumental task to start rewilding the Arctic, but the climate payoff could be mammoth.
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As the polar sea ice vanishes faster, Russia unveils plans to exploit Arctic riches: fossil fuel deposits, minerals and new shipping routes.
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Urban farming, Cuban-style, is being hailed as an example of how to feed ourselves when climate change threatens serious food shortages.
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Engineers say there is no technical reason why hydrogen cannot replace natural gas to make electricity, heat homes and for cooking.
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Scientists mapping the effects of increased temperature and rainfall across Siberia say it could expect mass migration in a warmer world.
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Plans for two new nuclear plants in Western Europe have met more setbacks in the last week, risking the industry’s future here.
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18 January, 2019 − The fastest-expanding industrial sector on the planet is now electricity storage − a battery boom which heralds an end to the need for fossil fuels.
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9 July, 2018 – The need to stop global warming in its tracks has spurred the growth of two smarter renewables that are helping to reshape the electricity industry.
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12 February, 2018 – The surplus electricity from solar and wind power gives hydrogen the chance to replace oil and gas.
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