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Fuel-cell cars finally drive off the lot.

While consumers can now buy their own hydrogen-powered vehicles, industry looks to expand the refueling infrastructure and lower the cost of fuel-cell cars.

While consumers can now buy their own hydrogen-powered vehicles, industry looks to expand the refueling infrastructure and lower the cost of fuel-cell cars

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Tokyo to Paris: Could city waterways ease air pollution?

Waterways offer new transport options in some towns and cities, but there are still some challenges to overcome.

Waterways offer new transport options in some towns and cities, but there are still some challenges to overcome

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It's critical to go 'all in' on climate optimism.

I've been thinking a lot recently about catastrophic climate risk, because, well, how can you not?

It's critical to go 'all in' on climate optimism

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Lantern litter threatens livestock, wildlife, environment.

Americans celebrate Independence Day by sending things up. But popular Chinese sky lanterns can kill livestock, strangle wildlife and cause fires, experts say.

By Carin Tunney

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This paint converts humidity to hydrogen fuel.

A new ink absorbs sunlight and moisture from air and produces hydrogen fuel. The ink, described in the journal ACS Nano, uses energy from sunlight to split water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen.

by Prachi Patel | Jun 22, 2017

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Exxon says scientists boost lipid content from algae in lab study.

Exxon Mobil Corp and Synthetic Genomics Inc said on Monday they had found a way to more than double the amount of lipids produced by algae in a lab, moving a potential alternative to fossil fuels closer to commercial viability.

By Ernest Scheyder | HOUSTON

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Bacteria that turn methane to electricity could help fight gas emissions and leaks.

A new way to turn methane directly into electricity using bacteria could keep large amounts of the planet-warming gas out of the atmosphere.

A new way to turn methane directly into electricity using bacteria could keep large amounts of the planet-warming gas out of the atmosphere. The method, reported in Nature Communications, could be used to produce electricity right at oil and gas wells where gas either leaks or is deliberately vented or burned.

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