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    Soak It In member content locked

    China has a tall tool to fight pollution. A 100-meter (328-foot) smog-sucking tower has improved air quality in Xi'an, a city in the northern province of Shaanxi that relies on industrial coal…

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    Forest Gumption member content locked

    By Fister Gale, Sarah For all the high-tech breakthroughs that help combat climate change, one analog method is proving particularly fertile: planting more trees. Creating new forests helps capture carbon dioxide—it also…

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    By Parsi, Novid When Hurricane Maria blew through Puerto Rico in September, every single home and business on the U.S. island lost power. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and its recovery program teams…

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    By Rockwood, Kate High-speed rail has long had trouble leaving the station in the United States. Building a new rail network is a high-risk endeavor—as public-sector project sponsors have learned. The State of…

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    Change in the Air member content locked

    By Fister Gale, Sarah, The fight against climate change is at an inflection point. Leaders around the world have set bold targets to slash greenhouse gas emissions and slow global warming. An energy system based on…

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    By Greengard, Samuel The rules of the road are changing. Electric vehicles (EVs) are going to be cheaper to buy than internal combustion engine vehicles by 2029 and will outsell them by 2040, according to Bloomberg New…

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    Big Oil's Wind Pivot member content locked

    By Greengard, Samuel The winds have shifted. As the long-term outlook for fossil fuels sours, major oil and gas industry organizations are turning to energy sources they once shunned as unprofitable. But if they want…

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    Some buildings call attention to themselves by blending in. So it is with the Bee'ah headquarters, which aims to match its surrounding landscape: the sand dunes of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. Yet…

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    Desert City Dream registered user content locked

    By Rockwood, Kate Saudi Arabia's leaders have been talking about economic diversification for years. But with oil prices stubbornly low for years and the country's young people facing a 32 percent unemployment rate,…

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    It's a truly clean slate. At least, that's the thinking behind seasteading—the idea of building floating cities in international waters to allow residents to design societies and governments from…

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