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In 2010, the world reached a milestone: The number of people living in urban areas reached 50 percent.
Scientists from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) have conducted a new study to measure levels of carbon at various depths in the Arctic Ocean.
British scientists have had to abandon their experiment to spray particles into the upper atmosphere to cool the Earth due to “concerns over a patent for some of the technology.”
While there's an old axiom that tells people not to cry over spilled milk, researchers at the University of Edinburgh believe there may actually be a good reason to shed a few tears over wasted dairy products.
Microsoft announced on Tuesday that it is vowing to distance itself from coal-power and become more environmentally friendly, reducing its carbon footprint.
Award-winning Projects are Helping DuPont Meet its Commitment to Reduce Use of Non-renewable Fuels Wilmington, Del.
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