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Why don’t we just build new cities?
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Why don’t we just build new cities?

California needs to ease its housing crunch, but establishing brand-new cities isn’t the best way to do it, says urban planner Alain Bertaud. “The trouble is: Who wants to be first?”
Russia is building $320 million icebreakers to carve new Arctic routes
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Russia is building $320 million icebreakers to carve new Arctic routes

The 1,000-foot-long vessels for hauling liquefied natural gas can cut through ice up to 7 feet thick.
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This power plant has cracked carbon capture
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This power plant has cracked carbon capture

Net Power figured out how to burn fossil fuels without releasing greenhouse gases, a critical step in the fight to slow climate change.

Climate Czar tells OPEC to pivot from oil or prepare to suffer
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Climate Czar tells OPEC to pivot from oil or prepare to suffer

The world’s biggest crude exporters need to support the transition away from oil or prepare for growing climate-induced destabilization that could wreck their markets, the United Nation’s top environment official said.
Exelon, First Solar bankroll campaign to push for a U.S. carbon tax

Exelon, First Solar bankroll campaign to push for a U.S. carbon tax

Major energy companies, including the largest U.S. nuclear power generator, are putting millions of dollars into a new political campaign to push for a tax on carbon dioxide emissions - a measure President Donald Trump has said he opposes.

Trump, oil of less concern than climate change for top companies
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Trump, oil of less concern than climate change for top companies

The world’s biggest companies are increasingly worried about climate change.
Pope Francis to discuss climate change with oil company CEOs
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Pope Francis to discuss climate change with oil company CEOs

Oil company bosses will travel to the Vatican next week to discuss climate change with Pope Francis.
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