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Ads supporting the pipeline are the work of 2 political offshoots of Zuckerberg's social welfare organization. Meanwhile, Facebook rejects an ad from protesters criticizing Zuckerberg's political leanings.
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Your heart may break as you watch anthropomorphic cooling towers and smokestacks tumble to the ground.
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As of 2012, the U.S. employs more than119,000 people in solar jobs, an increase of 13 percent over 2011.
The EPA and State Department have now clashed over the proposed pipeline twice in two years, muddling recent indications that its approval might be imminent.
Researchers have altered E. coli to make the fuel molecules normally found in diesel or jet fuel.
A new solar cell can produce two electrons for every particle of light that hits it, at least at certain wavelengths.
Find out how this small Maine liberal arts school achieved its goal of being 100% carbon-neutral ahead of a 2015 deadline.
One Redditor shares a beautiful photo taken from high atop his wind-turbine 'office.'
Washington Post energy correspondent Steven Mufson traveled the 1,700-mile path of the controversial tar sands pipeline.
Fair Oaks Farms now powers 42 tractor-trailers with compressed natural gas from methane, the largest project of its kind to date.
Students seek to bring a bit of Appalachia to the DOE's Solar Decathlon with a sun-powered log cabin.
An investigation into complaints of bad smells and resultant side effects has revealed a wastewater leak at Chalmette Refinery.
Community woodworking shops become popular, insect wings microscopically shred bacteria, and the size of ExxonMobil's Arkansas oil spill grows.
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