UK To Spend >£2.5 Billion Through 2021 On CO2 Emissions Reductions Research

The UK will invest more than £2.5 billion ($3.31 billion) into research and development efforts aimed at helping achieve carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions reductions targets, as outlined in plans unveiled by the UK’s government on Thursday

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Geo-Engineering: Can We “Science Our Way” Out Of A Climate Catastrophe?

Many people think humanity will be able to “science its way out” of a climate catastrophe. Actually, the cure could be worse than the disease.

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TU/e Team Wins World Solar Challenge “Cruiser Class” Solar Car Race For 3rd Time

For the third year now, the student team from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) has taken first place in the “Cruiser Class” at the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge in Australia

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LeBron James Pitches For Driverless Cars, Intel Takes Risks With Media Campaign

LeBron JamesLeBron James has added a new corporation to his already robust endorsement portfolio of Nike, Coca-Cola, Beats by Dre, Verizon, and Kia Motors. Welcome to the Lebron James empire, Intel. The company known for its processors has branched out into the Internet of Things (IoT), Associative Memory AI, climate research with Arctic conservationists, commercial drones, and self-driving car technology. And the latter is where LeBron James comes in. His important assignment is to build trust in autonomous vehicles

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BMW Active Hybrid E-Bike — 250 W, 66 Pound-Feet Of Torque, 504 Wh Battery Pack

BMW has introduced a new electric bike that seems pretty interesting … for those who can afford it anyways, as the MSRP of €3,400 ($4,025) is pretty steep. That said, the 504 Wh battery and 250 W + 90 N·m (66 pound-feet) of torque of the new BMW Active Hybrid e-bike seem to make the model pretty enticing

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It’s Over: Oil Giant Shell Doubles Down On EV Charging Stations

Leading global oil company Royal Dutch Shell announced that it is buying one of Europe’s largest and most highly regarded EV charging provider, NewMotion

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Despite Clean Power Plan Rollback, Everybody Still Hates Coal (CT Exclusive Interview)

If President Trump is serious about protecting US manufacturing jobs, he has a strange way of showing it. In just the past few days, his Energy Secretary Rick Perry proposed new protections for coal and nuclear power plants, which were met with a hail of invective from, well, pretty much everybody, including leading manufacturers as well as other top US businesses.

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