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Inside Beijing's airpocalypse

Inside Beijing’s airpocalypse – a city made ‘almost uninhabitable’ by pollution | Cities | The Guardian.

““It’s a bit of a change having to go through an airlock on the way to class,” says Travis Washko, director of sports at the British School of Beijing. 227 more words

Politics

Solar power can be the game-changer for inclusive growth

With the positive intent and progressive action from the new government, the country is excited about entering a new era of growth & revolutionary transformation. This can happen faster and more effectively if the whole ecosystem is geared for it. 1,886 more words

Solar Power

Go Green, Don't Expand Transit

Original post date: November 04, 2013
Article by: Ben Douglas

The careful application of economics to policy reveals a host of ironies. Minimum wages create unemployment… 472 more words

Transportation

Cheaper oil could damage renewable energies, says Richard Branson

Saudi Arabia is encouraging the dramatic collapse of oil prices in order to damage the surging global clean energy industry, British entrepreneur Richard Branson has claimed. 729 more words

Environment

Boeing 737 factory to move to clean energy

RENTON, Wash. (AP) – Boeing said Tuesday it plans to buy renewable energy credits to replace fossil-fuel power at the factory in Washington state where it assembles its 737 commercial airplanes. 291 more words

Environment

What nuclear energy has to do with the battle against climate change

This post originally appeared at Brookings.

The Nuclear Science and Engineering Library at MIT is not a place where most people would go to unwind. 6,067 more words