India’s Recent 500 Megawatt Rooftop Solar Auction Sees Lowest Bid Of 3.4¢/kWh

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Aug 102017
 

India has auctioned the largest capacity of rooftop solar power projects in history and the results are extremely promising and could provide a much-needed boost to the rooftop solar power market.

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Bakken fracking expert sees reason for optimism in 2017

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Dec 282016
 

Williston-based fracking expert Monte Besler—better known as the FRACN8R … half million barrels per day of North Dakota crude to markets on the East Coast and Gulf Coast will also help the Bakken. Besler is optimistic that the pipeline will be …
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Deutsche Bank Sees South Australia At 95% Renewables By 2025

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Nov 142016
 

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Energy analysts at leading investment bank Deutsche Bank predict the state of South Australia could easily beat its aspirational target of 50% renewables by 2025, reaching 85% mark by 2020 and possibly as much ass 95% by

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UK National Grid Sees Big Boost For Solar, EVs, & Batteries

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Jul 082016
 

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Originally published on Carbon Brief. By Simon Evans The UK could adopt solar, electric vehicles and batteries much faster than expected just a year ago, according to the National Grid. The new outlook is part of a rapidly changing landscape for the UK energy system, laid out in the 2016 Future Energy Scenarios. Marcus Stewart, [&hellip

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Long Overlooked Area of Antarctica Sees Major Ice Loss – Climate Central

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Jun 032016
 

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Long Overlooked Area of Antarctica Sees Major Ice Loss
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Over the past few years, the evidence has piled up that glaciers in parts of Antarctica have been melting and retreating at an increasingly worrying — and potentially unstoppable — pace. Now, new research shows that glaciers in a region of West
Antarctica Coastline Images Reveal 40 Years Of Ice LossNDTV
West Antarctica's coastline has lost an area of ice the size of BERLINDaily Mail
Antarctic coastline images reveal 4 decades of ice loss to oceanScience Codex

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World sees frequent extreme weather conditions – CCTV

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May 232016
 

World sees frequent extreme weather conditions
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The world is bracing itself for more episodes of extreme weather this year. Scientists say the cause is partly the lingering El Nino weather system. It is being blamed for severe winter flooding in central and western America and the worst drought in

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Antarctica moss sees growth spurt, thanks to warming – NBCNews.com

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Aug 292013
 

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Antarctica moss sees growth spurt, thanks to warming
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After freezing each winter in Antarctica, the moss bounces back during the brief, ice-free summer and the exterior of the clump grows outward. Beneath it, a layer a peat accumulates, as well as the shells of dead amoebae, she added. [Life on Ice
Moss And Microbes Reveal Impact Of Warming Antarctic PeninsulaScience 2.0

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Washington state sees first ‘zombie bees’ – New York Daily News

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Sep 262012
 

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Washington state sees first 'zombie bees'
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He remembered hearing about zombie bees, so he collected several of the corpses and popped them into a plastic bag. About a week later, the Kent man had evidence his bees were infected: the pupae of parasitic flies. "Curiosity got the better of me
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MobilizeU Sees Overwhelming Student Participation in Earth Day 2012, Continues On

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Apr 282012
 

Over the past several months, Earth Day Network’s Earth Day University Campaign has been hard at work launching MobilizeU, a twofold initiative consisting of an international intercollegiate acts-of-green competition as well as a dynamic network of student environmental activists. MobilizeU challenges university students to mobilize their campus communities by organizing four weeks of environmental activism leading up to Earth Day 2012, by organizing environmental initiatives and educational events.

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BP Sees a Return to Grandeur as Gulf Fishermen Reel From Disaster – Huffington Post

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Apr 272012
 

forever linked to Earth Day and seared into the psyches of millions of Gulf residents and fishermen. In recent weeks, the media has unleashed a torrent of stories about the devastating impacts of the nation’s worst oil spill disaster …
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