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    Floating Power member content locked

    By Ali, Ambreen It turns out water and electricity can mix well -- at least when it comes to renewable power. Floating solar projects are popping up around the world, as teams seize on the unique advantages offered…

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    By Boden, Jessica Next-gen drones aren't just about delivering packages. One project team is using them to save mangrove forests in Myanmar. The startup BioCarbon Engineering and nonprofit Worldview International…

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    Taking Charge member 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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    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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    It's Alive registered user content locked

    There are green building projects, and then there's China's Nanjing Vertical Forest. The project aims to improve air quality by covering the facades of a pair of towers with thousands of plants,…

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    Getting out of a Jam registered user content locked

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Much of humanity is stuck in traffic. In Los Angeles, California, USA, the world's most gridlocked city, according to INRIX's 2016 Global Traffic Scorecard, drivers during peak congestion times last…

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    Emission Critical registered user content locked

    By Ali, Ambreen Corporate bigfoots want to shrink their global footprints. Achieving net-zero carbon emissions is about more than social responsibility, it's becoming a business imperative.

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    All in Good Fun? registered user content locked

    By Rockwood, Kate Stairs as pianos. Crosswalk dance parties. Lampposts that engage passers-by in conversation via text message. Urban infrastructure is coming alive as organizations around the globe back projects to…


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