How Politics Are Determining What Stove You Use
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How Politics Are Determining What Stove You Use

In a nation that is already deeply divided along partisan lines over the response to the swine flu, add gas stove and furnace. New York City became
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To fight climate change, Ithaca votes to decarbonize its buildings by 2030

Ithaca votes in favor of decarbonizing its buildings by 2030 to combat climate change This image can be enlarged by clicking the toggle caption
Launch of world’s first fully net zero carbon hotel
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Launch of world’s first fully net zero carbon hotel

Press Release 13 October 2021 London room2, a hometel brand, has announced that it will open the first ever whole-life net zero carbon hotel in
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Satellite photos show more construction at military base where US has 'serious concerns' about China's presence

A crew of Cambodian navy personnel at Ream naval base, during a government-led media trip, July 26, 2019. TANG CHHIN SOTHY/AFP via Getty Images It
Slow Down With These Serene City-Building Games
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Slow Down With These Serene City-Building Games

These stressful times have seen more people playing video games than ever. The high-octane shooter is a great way to release your stress and let go
Startling Discovery Reveals Mysterious Citadel Hidden in Ancient Maya City
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Startling Discovery Reveals Mysterious Citadel Hidden in Ancient Maya City

Modern imaging technology can reveal ancient structures and buildings that are not visible from the surface. We just saw another example of this:
In Guatemala, archaeologists uncover hidden neighborhood in ancient Maya city
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In Guatemala, archaeologists uncover hidden neighborhood in ancient Maya city

Recent lidar analysis has revealed that an area thought to be natural hills is now a 1,800-year-old ruin. It's located near Tikal’s Lost World
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Southern California hasn't had a big earthquake since 1857. Here's what would happen if a mega earthquake hit California.

California lies in an area of hot fault lines, which can cause catastrophic damage without warning. Parts of San Andreas fault haven't ruptured in
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With an Apple Store designer as a co-founder, Juno raises $20M to build apartments more sustainably – TechCrunch

Juno, a startup that uses proptech to create more affordable and sustainable apartment buildings, has raised $20M in a Series-A funding round.
New Orleans Was Already a 'Heat Island.' Then Ida Cut the Power
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New Orleans Was Already a 'Heat Island.' Then Ida Cut the Power

Sunday's hurricane Ida, which was stronger than 2020's Hurricane Laura, made landfall in Louisiana. The electrical infrastructure was destroyed by