Scientists Are Using Twitter To Measure The Impact Of Climate Change – CNBC


Minor and recurring floods — also known as nuisance flooding — may be more frequent than official figures would suggest, according to a new study published by Nature Communications.

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How a Twin Cities Suburb Has Led The Way With Permeable Pavement – Next City

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In 2007, water quality concerns in one lake among the (far) more than 10,000 that Minnesota is known for would become the spark that led to the largest stretch of permeable pavement in North America by 2009. Now, officials are …

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New Amazon-Arlington solar farm to fulfill most of county’s renewable pledges – The Washington Post


Amazon and Arlington County have agreed to buy all the electricity generated from a new Dominion Energy solar power farm, a major step toward fulfilling their promises to rely fully on renewable energy in the coming decade.

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GE’s Turnaround Slowed by Struggling Renewable Energy Division – Green Tech Media


Renewable energy did not give GE CEO Larry Culp much help last year as he looks to turn around the struggling American industrial giant.

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Unused stockpiles of nuclear waste could be more useful than we might think – Science Daily


Chemists have found a new use for the waste product of nuclear power — transforming an unused stockpile into a versatile compound which could be used to create valuable commodity chemicals as well as new energy sources.

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