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Instead of going to waste, some expired ales and lagers in the state of South Australia have been serving a new purpose: powering a water treatment plant.

Hayley Book is currently serving as a senior advisor to the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.

After months of lobbying, the industry found a champion in Neal, the powerful chair of the House Ways and Means Committee.
The tension between "those who see cars as evil and those who see cars as essential" intensifies as social distancing puts a premium on space.
In 2020, biology, history, and physics are making the choice between transformation or disintegration clearer than ever.
The Democratic Party’s 2020 platform echoes President Trump’s hawkishness on China. That’s a mistake.

The federal government is investing just over $2.6-million to help local farmers create plant protein products, such as meatless burgers and sausages.

Enough unused roof space exists on commercial buildings in the United States to install 145 gigawatts of new solar capacity — nearly double the country's current total solar capacity, according to a new report.

Klima lets you put money into projects such as solar or clean cookstoves, but it doesn’t let you off with paying to not change your lifestyle.

Thanks to the rising influence of activists, the former vice president's plans are finally starting to meet the challenge.

Their swipes at fake-meat products—Impossible Burgers, Beyond Meat, and all the rest—are pretty much the same.

The lockdown measures instituted in response to the coronavirus have dramatically reduced greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution around the world. But these measures will have little long-term effect on climate change, a new study suggests.

Members of an activist group hung a banner that read "CLIMATE JUSTICE NOW" on the iconic Citgo sign near Boston's Fenway Park, leading to eight arrests, police said.

Contura Energy announced last week it will speed up its exit from producing coal used to generate electricity.
To tame traffic after pandemic lockdowns, the Colombian capital has embarked on a bike-lane building spree that could a be model in Latin America. 
A building block in most construction projects, concrete is responsible for about 8 percent of global carbon emissions. Several companies are working to create a greener mix.
Newly emboldened, many New Yorkers want to repurpose streets for walking, biking, dining and schools, even as traffic returns.
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