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2015/04/26 03:37
2015/04/26 03:37
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Like shale oil, solar power is shaking up global energy Published: 26 April 2015 11:27 AM Japan is now one of the world's four largest markets for solar panels. – Reuters pic, April 26, 2015.One by...
2015/04/26 03:37
2015/04/26 03:37
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2015/04/26 01:33
2015/04/26 01:33
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The search for life beyond our solar system is about to get a boost of brain power. This week NASA convened the first meeting of a team of scientists who will work collectively to determine the best...
2015/04/24 22:17
2015/04/24 22:17
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... galaxies so far away that the view we get of them comes from a period when the universe had just been created. Scientists studying the photographs are effectively looking back in time. It...
2015/04/24 20:05
2015/04/24 20:05
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... as Al Gore - predictions which continue to drive policy from the White House to the Wisconsin DNR - are legion. To wit, temperatures have failed to keep pace with modeled...
2015/04/24 14:39
2015/04/24 14:39
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Bullitt has the data to prove it. Last year, the building generated 60 percent more energy than it used. Its "energy use intensity," a widely used metric among property managers, was 9.4 in the first...
Read more at PhysOrg, EARTHtimes.org
2015/04/24 11:59
2015/04/24 11:59
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Airports account for 5 per cent of the aviation sector’s global carbon emission. Experts tell us how to make their architecture and approach energy efficient. As the Chennai airport struggles to get...
2015/04/24 10:56
2015/04/24 10:56
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... the world on Friday (Apr 24), with analysts predicting that such wearables will break the US$50 billion sales barrier over the next 5 years. Japan’s watchmakers are trying to stay ahead of...
2015/04/23 23:08
2015/04/23 23:08
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... trend holds up, it will prove to be a key to a successful effort to curtail greenhouse gas emissions without stunting development in rapidly growing countries like Brazil, China and...
2015/04/23 18:26
2015/04/23 18:26
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... Islam at the age of seventeen. He is now twenty-eight. No one who knew him before his religious awakening ever thought that he would join Al Qaeda, and many people who knew him after he did are...
2015/04/23 16:14
2015/04/23 16:14
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... to the medical evacuation of a sick man who was part of a group of amateur radio enthusiasts doing broadcast tests on Pagasa Island, the seat of the local government of the Kalayaan...
2015/04/23 15:39
2015/04/23 15:39
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... Curiosity rover's weather monitoring station show that these conditions exist at night and just after sunrise in the winter. Based on measurements of humidity and the temperature at a height...
2015/04/23 11:39
2015/04/23 11:39
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... Eris' type in the so-called Kuiper belt; the first one was captured in 1992. Well over a thousand objects orbit in the tyre-like outer zone of the solar system and fill today's astronomical...
2015/04/23 06:49
2015/04/23 06:49
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... in this new environment; the intrinsic strengths of the Malaysian economy that will enable us to navigate through these more challenging times and finally on the new changing profile of...
2015/04/23 00:49
2015/04/23 00:49
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A custom-made home with hand-picked neighbours It sounds too idealistic, but this German development proves that community spirit and sustainable design can be successful The development in Dortmund,...
2015/04/22 18:28
2015/04/22 18:28
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... at reducing the United States' overall carbon emissions, would revitalize the nuclear industry, lead to increased plant construction and help meet aggressive carbon reduction targets. Well,...
Read more at CNN, KESQ Palm Springs
2015/04/22 09:31
2015/04/22 09:31
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The April 14 column “Post-coal future begins” by Richard Martin predicts the end of an industry that currently supplies more than one-third of the state’s and country’s electricity. The...
2015/04/22 06:42
2015/04/22 06:42
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China could use an expected boom in electric vehicles to stabilize a grid that depends heavily on wind and solar energy, officials from an influential Chinese government planning agency said Monday in...
2015/04/21 23:42
2015/04/21 23:42
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Three-quarters of known fossil fuel reserves must be kept in the ground if humanity is to avoid the worst effects of climate change, a group of leading scientists and economists have said in a...
2015/04/21 16:18
2015/04/21 16:18
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The American Institute of Architects (AIA) have announced the recipients of the 2015 Housing Awards. Currently in its 15th year, the awards are designed to “recognize the best in US housing design”...
2015/04/21 13:31
2015/04/21 13:31
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L/M-band infrared camera (LMIRCam) installed in the LBT Interferometer (LBTI). “The LBT enables us to look at those planets at a wavelength that nobody else is really using,” Veillet explained....
2015/04/26 03:37
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