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New biopesticide offers hope for honey bees
Tapping the sun to put more food on Africa’s table
Underground carbon store is a greenhouse gas bomb
Ready to charge your EV when driving?
How innovative solar is trumping oil in Tanzania
Will UC make history and pull the plug on fossil fuels?
New biopesticide offers hope for honey bees
New biopesticide offers hope for honey bees

Could venom from an Australian funnel web spider be the key to solving Colony Collapse Disorder?

Tapping the sun to put more food on Africa’s table
Tapping the sun to put more food on Africa’s table

Almost half of crops can spoil after harvest, but one company is developing solar thermal technology to keep them cold before going to market.

Underground carbon store is a greenhouse gas bomb
Underground carbon store is a greenhouse gas bomb

Disturbing ancient soils deep beneath Midwestern lands could release huge amounts of carbon, a study shows.

Ready to charge your EV when driving?
Ready to charge your EV when driving?

Electric roads emerging in South Korea and Sweden could bring a whole new meaning to sustainable infrastructure.

How innovative solar is trumping oil in Tanzania
How innovative solar is trumping oil in Tanzania

By eliminating costly up-front fees, this company hopes to spread home solar throughout the country and the rest of East Africa.

Will UC make history and pull the plug on fossil fuels?
Will UC make history and pull the plug on fossil fuels?

Activists want the University of California to become the largest public university to divest its $6.4 billion endowment. What’s holding it back?

There’s no price tag on a clear mind
There's no price tag on a clear mind

Intel’s recent decision to expand its mindfulness program among its global workforce could make it the largest of its kind.

Los Angeles subway generates wind energy
Los Angeles subway generates wind energy

The city’s transit agency might have been the first to test the idea.

How IBM helps monitor biodiversity in the Amazon
How IBM helps monitor biodiversity in the Amazon

Citizen scientists in Brazil will use a new IBM data portal and mobile app to track biodiversity.

The unexpected way beer is helping a town…
The unexpected way beer is helping a town...

In addition to installing a new water treatment system that conserves resources, it has also helped the city pay for two new wells.


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