The beautiful Bolt electric motorcyle can be ridden like a bicycle

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Clean energy report: a closer look at renewables in the United States

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The past two weeks, we’ve heard a lot from world leaders in Paris about a global strategy to address climate change. The talks have been full of scrutiny surrounding carbon emissions, fossil fuel usage, clean energy projects, and conservation. As President Obama pressures government leaders of less developed nations to clamp down on emissions and invest more in renewable energy, many will be looking to the United States to see what kind of progress has been made toward a cleaner future. Renewable energy is on the rise in some states, while other regions still cling to dirty fossil fuels. Here’s a deeper look into who is doing it right, who is lagging behind, and what the future looks like in the American energy scene. Read the rest of Clean energy report: a closer look at renewables in the United States

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“Resurrection plants” could offer hope as climate change decimates crops

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As the climate begins to change, transforming formerly fertile agricultural regions into dusty, arid fields, scientists are determined to adapt. Jill Farrant, a professor of molecular and cell biology in Cape Town, South Africa, believes the key to breeding more drought-tolerant crops lies in a unique group of flora called “ resurrection plants, ” which can go dormant for years, only to return when conditions are more favorable. Read the rest of “Resurrection plants” could offer hope as climate change decimates crops

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