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Wind blows stronger farther out to sea. What’s the best way to harness that power? Float a wind turbine out there.
New tech from MIT aims to clean the water used in fracking so much that you’d happily drink it, even though it was once filled with chemicals. With natural gas on the rise, that may be the only option.
Turn your thermostat down, Dave. A new program in England looks at your energy use and then offers you suggestions on how to reduce it to save money (and emissions).
Generosity Day--a day to say yes to all requests--has been celebrated on Valentine’s Day since 2008. The day’s founder explains why he started it and what it means.
The Alaskan Brewery company is retrofitting its factory to run on leftover malt and barley, so that it’s generating power from its own waste.
The project, called Bay Lights, involves 25,000 LEDs that will flash out a pattern that won’t repeat for two years.