Insects have triumphed for hundreds of millions of years in every habitat but the ocean. Their success is unparalleled, which makes their disappearance all the more alarming Thirty-five years ago an American
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Electric utility in Florida lobbies against solar for regular people, but uses it for its own portfolio
A recent press release by FPL (formerly Florida Power and Light) talks highly of on-going solar construction. FPL exclaims that they’ve built 300MW of solar power across eight power plants. They also that
We need to figure out who gets floods and who gets drought. "When the well's dry, we know the worth of water," Benjamin Franklin wrote in a 1746 edition of "Poor Richard's Almanac". Although his intention
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Former UN climate chief Christiana Figueres among signatories of letter warning that the next three years will be crucial to stopping the worst effects of global warming Avoiding dangerous levels of climate
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