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Displaying items by tag: Greenhouse gases

According to a comprehensive study by Carnegie Mellon University engineers, the type of food eaten by U.S. consumers is more important than the distance it travels in helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and, thus, global warming.
Published in Climate
Wednesday, 16 April 2008 15:57

Battle of the greens flares up fueled by coal

Unity among various factions of the green movement in Australia appears to be disintegrating as a result of disagreement over the purported greening of coal power.

Published in Energy
The X-PRIZE Foundation announces a $10 million competition, sponsored by Progressive Insurance, for production-ready, super-efficient, 100 miles per gallon (or equivalent) cars that are also low in carbon dioxide emissions.                
Published in Energy

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