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AnonSec Hackers Release Data Dump, Tried To Crash A Global Hawk Drone In The Pacific

Posted on February 1st, 2016.

The AnonSec hacker group released a 250GB data dump and claimed it tried to cause a Global Hawk Drone to crash in the Pacific Ocean, according to the International Business Times. The hackers gained flight logs, employee personal information and video footage from the $222 million drone. The data dump included names, phone numbers and...

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Spain May Be Targeting a Resurgence as a Renewable Energy Leader

Posted on December 13th, 2015.

Following its crippling economic crisis that inevitably led to the country losing ground in its status as a global leader in renewable energy production, Spain is looking to prioritize the sector rather than decimating it. The world knows about Spain’s staggering economic crisis, a downturn in its economy that the country is now starting...

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Private Clean Energy Technology Group Announced by Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg

Posted on November 30th, 2015.

In a Facebook post today, company CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that he and his wife Priscilla Chan have joined former Microsoft CEO Bill Gates in launching a new initiative. Dubbed the “Breakthrough Energy Coalition”, the founders will look to support companies that are working on zero-carbon clean technology solutions around the world....

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Ecological, Creative & Spiritual Future or Hi-Tech Dystopia? Science Implies The Choice is Ours

Posted on September 22nd, 2015.

What sort of future do you want your grandkids to live in? According to some scientists, the choice is yours. San Francisco-based psychologist Dr. Helen Wambach, in the 80s, found evidence suggesting that the mind plays a part in creating our destiny. Her hypnosis subjects, who she steered sometimes into the future, divulged vivid...

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The World’s First Fully Solar-Powered Airport is Already Here

Posted on August 20th, 2015.

India is now home to the world’s first fully solar-powered airport after the unveiling of the Cochin International Airport in the southern Indian state of Kerala. Over the next 25 years, the landmark project is expected to save carbon emissions of 300,000 tons, the equivalent of planting 3 million trees. Cochin International Airport can...

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BREAKING: Activists in Portland are Bridge Blocking Shell’s Arctic-bound Icebreaker

Posted on July 29th, 2015.

26 activists in Portland are now bridge blocking an icebreaker from Shell that is heading to the Arctic region by rappelling down underneath the bridge. Greenpeace has started a petition to stop Shell from drilling for oil in the Arctic the next coming days. More than 380 000 people have signed it, calling for Obama to stop Shell’s...

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Carbon Engineering Technology to Extract CO2 From the Air and Turn It to Fuel

Posted on July 23rd, 2015.

Canadian startup Carbon Engineering (CE) has developed technology to take carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the atmosphere and turn it into fuel. The development could open new ways to exploit renewable energy and fight climate change.

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BigBelly Applying to Serve WiFi via NYC Trash Cans

Posted on July 18th, 2015.

BigBelly innovates in the public trash can sector, building solar-powered trash compactors in place of standard trash bins and selling them to governments and large organizations. Now the company has a new plan in mind: use the same high-tech kiosks of trash disposal to provide free (sponsored) WiFi all over the city. Trash compactor...

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Smart Taxis Could Save 7 Billion Barrels of Oil Per Year

Posted on July 17th, 2015.

A recent study by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has concluded that up to 7 billion barrels of oil per year could be saved in a future that included artificially intelligent, electricity-fueled cars. The study makes some assumptions about the future to reach its conclusions. For one, the efficiency of hybrid and alternative...

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Deadly Floods in China is the Result of Air Pollution

Posted on July 14th, 2015.

According to a new study, air pollution and soot is the cause of China’s worst flood in more than 50 years. A region in the Sichuan province received 94 cm of rain in just five days, resulting in 200 dead and 300 000 IDPs.  The researchers simulated the atmosphere above the heavily industrialized Sichuan region with different...

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Three of World’s Largest Polluters Agree to New Climate Change Measures

Posted on July 1st, 2015.

Three of the leading contributors to pollution, the United States, Brazil, and China, announced this week that they were making meaningful progress toward an agreement to be reached in Paris later this year. Together, China and the United States make up a substantial portion of the world’s population. Brazil’s booming economy...

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Hyundai Sees Future in Eco-Friendly Cars

Posted on June 30th, 2015.

Hyundai is the largest car producer in South Korea, so when it says something about the future of the auto industry, people listen. Today was no exception, as the company declared that there is a future in hydrogen cell vehicles as well as electric cars. The company has so far sold most of its fuel cell cars in Europe and California,...

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Dutch Government Orders Itself to Cut Emissions 25% by 2020

Posted on June 24th, 2015.

Governments are major contributors to climate change, both positive and negative. In several countries, the government is all but exempt from climate control regulations. Recently, in the Netherlands, a group of some 900 people have brought suit against the Dutch government in an attempt to force the state to reduce its emissions at a...

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