First thing in the morning, amidst the mist that populates the waves in the township of Guetaría, a typical fishing village in the shores of Guipuzkoa (Basque Country), we can discern the shape of Mount of San Antón, which as we can see on J. G. del Sol Cobos in Continue →
MANCHESTER, TEXAS — Tell Gloria Trevino you like her house, and she’ll laugh right in your face.
“You like this?” she’ll say, glancing at her small one-story home with tall yellow flowers and six identical golden terriers on the inside of a chain-link fence. The house is lodged between Continue →
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ST PETERSBURG, FLORIDA – Florida residents rallied outside Duke Energy’s St. Petersburg office Wednesday, calling on the utility and Florida lawmakers to embrace solar energy.
The Continue →
Home to more than 600 million people, Southeast Asia is one of the most dynamic regions in the world. A gateway to the Pacific, it is an important trading hub. It is also blessed with a rich and diverse natural ecosystem. The eleven countries of Southeast Asia are Cambodia, Laos, Continue →
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George Prescott Bush is about to do something no other Bush has done before: win election in Continue →
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Two years ago this week Superstorm Sandy pummeled the eastern seaboard, leaving more Continue →
Can we build enough carbon-free energy fast enough to avert catastrophic climate change without having to power this energy transition with fossil fuels that would undermine the whole transition? The answer is “yes,” and here’s why.
The “global solar photovoltaic industry is likely now a net energy producer,” Continue →
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Oil and gas companies in Texas must now research seismic data for a given Continue →
Three airlines are in the hot seat in Australia, after failing to pass claimed savings on to their customers in the wake of a repealed Continue →
Deep in tobacco country, the once booming Phillip Morris cigarette plant in Concord, North Carolina has been reborn into a facility that churns out batteries for solar and wind farms.
Swiss startup battery manufacturer Alevo plans to open up the 3.5 million square-foot plant Tuesday, which will produce Continue →
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Global warming has doubled the chances that any given winter in Europe or northern Asia will be unusually severe, according to new research.
Specifically, temperatures have risen Continue →
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SIOUX FALLS, SOUTH DAKOTA—At a forum on South Dakota’s Rosebud Sioux reservation earlier in October, Democratic Senate candidate Rick Weiland listened to Native Americans voice their concerns about the impact the construction Continue →
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback once supported wind energy, but that was before petrochemical billionaires and Kansas natives Charles and David Koch became his largest campaign donors. Now, Brownback and the Kochs find themselves enmeshed in a highly competitive governor’s race, one that has become a referendum on the much-heralded Continue →
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Delegates from more than 100 governments and many of the world’s top climate scientists are meeting in Copenhagen this week to finalize a report that will be used as a foundation for important Continue →
During October, Colombian skies witness an impressive sight due to migratory birds such as sparrowhawks and falcons. Cyberspace isn't exempt of all these events.
On 2013, for instancia, YouTube SebasNavarroColumbus posted a video that registered the migration of birds over the sky of Medellín.
On Continue →
Joaquim is an intern at ThinkProgress.
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It’s one in the morning, and dozens of people are lining up at a series of public water taps in Continue →
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Oil and gas companies are Continue →
Each year, approximately one million tourists visit the island nation Maldives for its sunny warm weather and stunning natural beauty.
But there's an ugly consequence of all those visitors, along with Continue →
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Thousands of Texans are calling on the state legislature to fix errors in proposed science textbooks, many of Continue →