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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If you were doubtful before, the news that British doctors are now acting to limit the climate emergency may prompt a rethink.
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The Australian inferno has yet to reach its worst, but already minds are seeking ways to reduce the bushfire horrors. Could batteries help next time?
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Researchers have found three new ways to double the solar dividend, making the sun work harder and deliver more to the renewable economy.
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One atomic power station heads gradually towards closure, another prepares to open. Northern Europe may yet see a revived nuclear Baltic.
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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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Brazilian Customs imagine that parts for a do-it-yourself solar power scheme to help remote communities are luxury goods, and tax them accordingly.
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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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Chemists can now in theory turn carbon dioxide back into coal and light and heat homes with transparent wood. The world has ample energy-saving ideas.
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If you like chocolate you’ll love this: the same tree that provides your indulgent treat is helping to slow climate change, thanks to cocoa fuel.
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