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California town looks to carbon capture amid oil industry's decline

California town looks to carbon capture amid oil industry's decline

Kern County explores a novel approach to sustain its economy by leveraging carbon capture technology, shifting from traditional oil revenues.

Jake Bittle reports for Grist.

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How AI is transforming weather forecasting"

How AI is transforming weather forecasting"

Artificial Intelligence is now challenging traditional methods in predicting extreme weather events, offering potentially more accurate forecasts.

Laura Bult reports for Vox.

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Japan innovates with climate bonds to fund green technology

Japan, leveraging its technological prowess, has become the first country to issue sovereign bonds specifically for funding climate change initiatives and green technology.

Julian Ryall reports for Deutsche-Welle.

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Greenpeace CTO urges tech industry to embrace sustainability

Greenpeace CTO urges tech industry to embrace sustainability

Greenpeace's Chief Technology Officer, Priscilla Chomba-Kinywa, highlights the need for the tech industry to prioritize environmental sustainability.

Stephen Armstrong reports for WIRED.

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Revolutionizing recycling with AI technology

Revolutionizing recycling with AI technology

Artificial intelligence is set to overhaul the recycling industry, promising more efficient sorting and reduced contamination.

Nicolás Rivero reports for TheWashington Post.

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Why a rest day could help fight climate change

Why a 2,600-year-old ritual may be the key to slowing climate change.

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Rare earth metals may be lurking in your junk drawer

A vast and largely overlooked source of rare earth metals, materials critical for clean energy, could be in our homes, sitting in the back of our cabinets and junk drawers.

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