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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
“Writing is on the wall” at upcoming climate summit
COP18 is the chance to hit the reset button on negotiations and provoke a global shift from high-carbon to low-carbon energy.
Leaving the middle-class comfort zone to save the planet
Is the middle class socialized to be confused about power and not see the truth about who drives climate change?
Why the energy-industrial elite has it in for the planet
Tom Engelhardt of TomDispatch.com introduces an essay by Bill McKibben on the global "carbon bubble" and how the fossil fuel industry profits.
Green energy tipping point: anytime soon?
Two new reports show the dramatic growth in renewable energy in recent years. But is it fast enough?
BP and the peak: delusions of oil grandeur persist
It is time to face the daunting reality that most of the world's remaining oil lies in places from which it is exorbitantly expensive to extract.
Modern society is built on fossil fuel. But as its cost to wallets and habitats become ever more intolerable, one system is dying as another strives to hatch.
Plugging into wind
Many governments are setting higher wind energy targets but is wind power really that hot, or just a gimmick?
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