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It's Official: The World Bank Will Stop Fossil Fuel Financing After 2019
<h5>The World Bank announced its plan to discontinue its financing of upstream oil and gas projects in 2019. The announcement came at the One Planet summit and on the two-year anniversary of the Paris Climate Agreement.<br/></h5>
Dec 14, 2017
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This Is What Climate Change Looks Like: Video of Starving Polar Bear
<h5>As his boat came around a corner last August, Paul Nicklen spotted what at first looked like a white blanket draped over a rock. And although he kept his distance, it soon became clear the blanket was not actually a blanket at all; it was a polar bear — one Mr. Nicklen thought was surely dead.<br/></h5>
Dec 13, 2017
3106 Views
Tesla just announced 6 new projects to restore power in Puerto Rico
<h5>Tesla has dedicated efforts to restoring energy in Puerto Rico following the devastation of Hurricane Maria. Now, the company is partnering with the local government to launch six new battery projects on two islands.<br/></h5>
Dec 06, 2017
2208 Views
Premiering on HBO... Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution
<h5>Jamie Redford’s feature-length documentary <i>Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution</i> <span style="vertical-align: baseline;">will receive its television debut when it airs across premium cable network HBO on Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.</span></h5>
Dec 06, 2017
1874 Views
5,500 U.S. Schools Use Solar Power, and That's Growing as Costs Fall, Study Shows
<h5><span class="field field-name-field-subtitle field-type-text field-label-hidden">As renewable energy prices drop, schools are saving millions, while teaching students about technology. Their solar capacity has nearly doubled in three years.</span></h5>
Dec 06, 2017
1119 Views
In Germany's Appalachia, the Last Coal Mine Is Closing
<h5>It’s a sunny October day on the outskirts of the west German town of Bottrop. A quiet, two-lane road leads me through farm pasture to a cluster of anonymous, low-lying buildings set among the trees. <br/></h5>
Dec 05, 2017
1584 Views
Chernobyl is slated to become a $1.2 million solar farm
<h5>Ukrainian firm Rodina Energy Group and German clean energy group Enerparc Ag are leading development on a new solar farm that will be built in the abandoned site of Chernobyl. Construction on the 1 megawatt site will begin in December.<br/></h5>
Dec 03, 2017
5275 Views
Puerto Rico's solar industry wins big after hurricane
<h5>There aren't many places you can go in Puerto Rico right now without being followed by a certain sound: the hum of diesel generators.</h5>
Nov 30, 2017
1338 Views
One of the country’s biggest oil fields just turned to an unexpected power source: Solar
<h5><span>The Belridge oil field near Bakersfield, Calif., is one of the largest in the country. It has been producing oil for more than a century and last year produced about 76,000 barrels a day, according to Aera Energy, its operator.</span></h5>
Nov 30, 2017
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Keystone pipeline spills 210,000 gallons of oil on eve of permitting decision for TransCanada
<h5>The Keystone pipeline running from Canada across the Great Plains leaked Thursday morning, spilling about 5,000 barrels of oil — or 210,000 gallons — southeast of the small town of Amherst in northeast South Dakota.<br/></h5>
Nov 29, 2017
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