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The Download: a curb on climate action, and post-Roe period tracking

Why’s it so controversial?: Geoengineering was long a taboo topic among scientists, and some argue it should remain one. There are questions...

Heavy rain hits Florida, flooding strands Miami vehicles

In an aerial view, homes dot Palm Island on February 16, 2022 in Miami, Florida. A new report released by climate scientists shows...

Lawmaker who wrote New York crypto mining bill explains: ‘It’s not a ban’

Bitcoin offices in Istanbul, Turkey, on May 11, 2022.Umit Turhan Coskun/NurPhoto via Getty ImagesNew York State Assemblymember Anna Kelles is tired of all...

Here’s the email Elon Musk sent all Tesla employees about 10% head count reduction

Tesla Inc CEO Elon Musk attends the World Artificial Intelligence Conference (WAIC) in Shanghai, China August 29, 2019.Aly Song | ReutersTesla CEO Elon...

Gas or renewables? With the world in an unprecedented energy crisis, top CEOs are searching for solutions

From the Covid-19 pandemic and supply chain shocks to rising inflation and Russia's invasion of Ukraine, governments and businesses around the world are...

Unprecedented water restrictions begin in Southern California as drought worsens

Paul Ramirez, 54, waters the front lawn at his home on St. Louis St. in Boyle Heights, as his dog Bandit, a 2...

Croatian EV supercar maker Rimac raised 500 million euros to make parts for Big Auto rivals

Rimac Group, the Croatian company best known for its 1,900 horsepower Nevera electric sports car, said it has raised 500 million euros (about...

Pacific season’s 1st hurricane aims at Mexico tourist zone

A general view of the Bahia Principal as Hurricane Agatha moves toward the southern coast of Mexico, in Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca state, Mexico,...

Egypt set for world’s sixth largest high-speed rail system with backing from Germany’s Siemens

A train passes through a station in Egypt. The project involving Siemens Mobility will use trains that can reach a top speed of...

This government lab in Idaho is researching fusion, the ‘holy grail’ of clean energy, as billions pour into the space

This is a close up view of an X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy system being used at the Idaho National Lab measuring surface chemistry on...

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