SA-Energy and Sustainability

SA-Energy and Sustainability

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“Less than 4 percent of countries are responsible for over half of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. James Watson, of the University of Queensland and...

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Inexpensive natural gas, lower international coal demand and U.S. environmental regulations have led to a precipitous decline in U.S. coal production, according to the...

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El Niño has become a hot topic. Most people in the general public now know the term, and they have a vague idea that...

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Evidence for a new geologic epoch continues to accumulate, like layers of sediment that over time harden into strata. Although those who study the...

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Evidence for a new geologic epoch continues to accumulate, like layers of sediment that over time harden into strata. Although those who study the...

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North Korea’s nuclear threats reached new heights when the country claimed to have successfully tested a hydrogen bomb underground on Tuesday night. Regional measurements...

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More than ever, psychology has become influential not only in explaining human behavior, but also as a resource for policy makers to achieve goals...

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As you sit round the Christmas tree, consider the TLC you give O Tannenbaum: plenty of water and a relatively comfortable climate. Wouldn't want...

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In 1946 the Argentine Navy imported 10 beaver couples from Canada and set them free in Isla Grande, the deep south of Tierra del...

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In 1946 the Argentine Navy imported 10 beaver couples from Canada and set them free in Isla Grande, the deep south of Tierra del...