Daily Archives: April 10, 2009

Obama climate adviser open to geo-engineering to tackle global warming

The global warming situation has become so dire that Barack Obama’s chief scientific adviser has raised with the president the possibility of massive-scale technological fixes to alter the climate known as ‘geo-engineering’. John Holdren, who is a member of the … Continue reading

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America’s 10 most endangered rivers

Rivers are the arteries of our infrastructure. Flowing from highlands to the sea, they breathe life into ecosystems and communities. But many rivers in the United States are in trouble. Rivers in Alaska, California and the South are among the … Continue reading

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Florida to get first solar-powered city

A Florida utility and a real estate developer are aiming to bring the country’s first solar-powered city to the Sunshine State. FPL Group Inc’s utility Florida Power & Light is working with the realty group Kitson & Partners to construct … Continue reading

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