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Waves crash against massive wind turbines perched on a jetty in Boulogne-sur-mer, France.
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ooklyn's Red Hook Recreation Center is unveiled as the first of Global Green's Solar for Sandy resiliency sites which, thanks to funding by IKEA, will transform the facility into a safe haven for the community during future storms.
Fifteen-year-old Cassandra Lin is changing her community, her state, and her world, one pot of grease at a time.
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Despite their downsized nature, mini-fridges still consume a lot of juice. To save energy, a newly opened LEED residence hall at Bridgewater State University outlaws them altogether.
Whether they're towering over vibrant Dutch flower fields or Californian slopes, windmills are one of mankind's most picturesque energy-producing machines.
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