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Climate Change Might Break Carbon Dating | Smart News | Smithsonian
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Researchers have pinned the age the Earth to around 4.54 billion years old. The earliest evidence of the genus Homo dates back to 2.8 million years ago and the oldest artwork was created about 40,000 years ago. All these dates come from radiometric …

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Obama to unveil tougher climate change plan
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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who is trying to use the climate issue as a wedge against Republican candidates with her own Clean Energy Challenge to boost use of renewable power like solar energy, praised Obama's plan. "It's a good …

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UK's first sustainable food cities make the grade
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Not sure whether to buy local or organic, fish or meat, from the farmers' market or supermarket? Help is at hand with the first cities in the UK being awarded sustainable food city status. Brighton & Hove, Cardiff, Plymouth and the London Borough of …

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Green Car Congress: ICCT update finds real-world vehicle …
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The gap between official fuel-economy figures and the real world for new cars in the EU has reached 40 per cent, according to the latest update by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) to its on-going …

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Why Exxon Is Attacking The Media Over Climate Change Research
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Beginning in the 1970s, Exxon conducted research that confirmed the occurrence of climate change, and that the burning of fossil fuels is a major contributor to it. But–at the direction of then-CEO Lee Raymond–the company kept the research quiet …

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Saudi investor acquires majority stake in local green energy project
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AMMAN — Saudi Arabia's ACWA Power International said on Saturday it acquired 70 per cent of Sunrise Solar Energy Psc, which is developing a 50-megawatt solar power plant in Mafraq Governorate, a statement by the Saudi company said. The value of the …

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Sustainability the key to long-term corporate health
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The world we live in is undergoing extraordinary change, the like of which has never been seen before. Driving this transformation is an unprecedented explosion in the human population, accompanied by a remarkable surge in economic growth and wealth …

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Buying used: Find me a sexy, practical and green car for less than $15000?
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I can't afford the brand new, cheaper Tesla Model 3. I certainly can't afford a used Tesla Model S (on Tesla's website and Auto Trader, the cheapest few are more than $90,000). I want a sexy-but-practical green car. Gas is cheap, so it's more of an eco …

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