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Surprise Discovery Of New Bat Species

Researchers have discovered a new species of orange and black bats in West Africa.
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Elon Musk’s Prize Fund For Carbon Capture Technology

Elon Musk has pledged $100 million as a prize for organizations that can come up with commercially-viable carbon capture technologies.
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Take A Look At The World’s First Hydrogen Battery

Australian energy company Lavo has presented a serious contender to Tesla’s Powerwall with a home battery storage system that uses hydrogen as a fuel.
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How Rice Fields Can Help Recover California’s Endangered Salmon

Farmers in the Sacramento Valley have partnered with biologists, water regulators, and conservation groups to restore wild fish runs.
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New Okanagan Ecological Corridor Aims To Protect More Wildlife

Some researchers have found British Columbia has some of the most endangered species, and the solution has been a collaborative effort to create a...
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Namibian Fishermen Take Initiative To Protect Birds

Using simple eco-solutions, Namibian fishermen have managed to prevent birds from getting tangled up in fishing lines.
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First Hydrogen-Fueled Flight A Success

A company called ZeroAvia has successfully launched its first hydrogen-fueled aircraft capable of carrying six people.
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Panasonic Presents Cutting-Edge Cobalt-Free Batteries For New Electric Vehicles

Panasonic, a major battery supplier to Tesla, used this year’s virtual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to unveil its new lithium-ion cells that contain less...
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Auric Hall: Inspiration From The Past Entwined With Sustainability

Auric Hall proves that historic architecture can successfully be applied to modern sustainable design to create amazing landmark buildings.
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Minnesota Legislators Introduce Anti-Copper Mining Law

Lawmakers are doubling their efforts to prevent mining companies from getting a foothold in Minnesota with legislation that should slow or completely outlaw copper-nickel...
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