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    A Sea of Troubles registered user content locked

    By Wasney, Michael The Dead Sea is dying. The famed biblical sea is receding more than 3 feet (1 meter) a year, due to a combination of damming, climate change and companies draining the water supply. A researcher at…

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    A Tiny, Tony Tuneup registered user content locked

    By Rockwood, Kate The world's most expensive residential real estate market is adding new listings. A privately financed US$2.4 billion land extension project is underway to expand Monaco's coastline 15 acres (6…

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    Forward Charge registered user content locked

    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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    Making Waves registered user content locked

    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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    Time For A Dip registered user content locked

    By Parsi, Novid The tides may be turning when it comes to big city rivers. Waterways running through major urban centers have long held reputations for pollution--not exactly places to take a refreshing dip. But…

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    Taking Charge registered user content locked

    By Parsi, Novid The sun doesn't always shine, the wind doesn't always blow. So project teams are advancing technology to cushion against unreliability. With battery costs dropping, grid-scale storage facility…

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    Waste Makes Haste registered user content locked

    By Schur, Matt Nuclear cleanup projects have no margin for error. One misstep can expose workers and a region's environment to devastating radioactive contaminants. But a project team at a legacy U.S. site had to…

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    Panda Power registered user content locked

    These bears are full of energy. Using dark and light solar cells to create a shading effect, the aptly named Panda Green Energy opened a 50-megawatt (MW), CNY350 million solar power plant in Datong,…

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    Cracking Complexity registered user content locked

    By Greengard, Samuel Call it fracking's lesser-known trickle-down effect. The surge in U.S. natural gas production not only results in low fuel prices, it's also behind an uptick in ethane cracker plant construction…

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    Bright Future registered user content locked

    Let there be light, indeed. In the search for renewable energy solutions, scientists in Jülich, Germany flipped the switch on a giant artificial sun in March 2017. The project team's goal is to…

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