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Melting Ski Resorts Have a Snow Machine Problem

Melting Ski Resorts Have a Snow Machine Problem The changing climate is warming the slopes, forcing resorts to turn to snow-generating beasts that take a heavy environmental toll. Source: www.wired.com Melting Ski Resorts Have a Snow Machine Problem

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With Shovels and Drones, Volcano Hunters Probe Kilauea

With Shovels and Drones, Volcano Hunters Probe Kilauea New studies reveal inner workings of the massive 2018 Hawaiian flow—the “Super Bowl” of eruptions  Source: www.wired.com With Shovels and Drones, Volcano Hunters Probe Kilauea

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A Once-a-Month Birth Control Pill, an Arctic Warning, and More News

A Once-a-Month Birth Control Pill, an Arctic Warning, and More News Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less. Source: www.wired.com A Once-a-Month Birth Control Pill, an Arctic Warning, and More News

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Cheap at Last, Batteries Are Making a Solar Dream Come True

Cheap at Last, Batteries Are Making a Solar Dream Come True Solar power is increasingly available around the clock as energy storage become more affordable. Source: www.wired.com Cheap at Last, Batteries Are Making a Solar Dream Come True

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This Is an Extinction Crisis, and Some Species Are Loving It

This Is an Extinction Crisis, and Some Species Are Loving It A controversy over how many species are disappearing is raising questions about how species adapt, and which ones are the ultimate winners and losers. Source: www.wired.com This Is an Extinction Crisis, and Some Species Are Loving It

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SUVs Are Worse for the Climate Than You Ever Imagined

SUVs Are Worse for the Climate Than You Ever Imagined But if you drive one, you can still reduce your carbon footprint—and you can vote for climate change policies with even bigger impact. Source: www.wired.com SUVs Are Worse for the Climate Than You Ever Imagined

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Scientists Spot an Undersea Fault Using Fiber-Optic Cables

Scientists Spot an Undersea Fault Using Fiber-Optic Cables Unused telecom cables, known as dark fiber, could help scientists finally map the ocean floor and discover new earthquake hot spots. Source: www.wired.com Scientists Spot an Undersea Fault Using Fiber-Optic Cables

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China Is Still Building an Insane Number of New Coal Plants

China Is Still Building an Insane Number of New Coal Plants While the rest of the world turns away from the fossil fuel, China is investing big in coal-powered electricity. Source: www.wired.com China Is Still Building an Insane Number of New Coal Plants

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Climate Change Is Brutal for Everyone, But Worse for Women

Climate Change Is Brutal for Everyone, But Worse for Women Researchers find the climate crisis is imperiling the agency of women in Africa and Asia. It will only deteriorate further—unless we act. Source: www.wired.com Climate Change Is Brutal for Everyone, But Worse for Women

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A Solar 'Breakthrough' Won't Solve Cement's Carbon Problem

A Solar ‘Breakthrough’ Won’t Solve Cement’s Carbon Problem A Bill Gates-backed startup called Heliogen uses concentrated solar power to produce cement. The carbon-belching industry needs that—and much more. Source: www.wired.com A Solar ‘Breakthrough’ Won’t Solve Cement’s Carbon Problem

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