It wasn't feasible before. But now, it might be.
Over a third of global protected lands are facing "intensive human activity."
Mining rigs are expected to account for one two-hundredth of the world's energy use.
Emails show the government was worried about what they called an “extremely painful” PR nightmare.
The Spies Who Stung Me.
Networked car-to-car communication could make for a smoother, greener, faster ride.
Critics have dubbed the project “floating Chernobyl” and “nuclear Titanic.”
They deserve better than a “salmon cannon.”
That's good news for Sweden, which has a lot of toxic arsenic in its water.
The Great Barrier Reef is dying way faster than researchers expected. That should make you scared — and hopping mad.
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