What success looks like at VERGE Summit Series

November 2, 2016 by  
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New report released on the four half-day, invite-only working sessions that convened a broad spectrum of stakeholders focused on generating practical solutions to pressing challenges.

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Tesla debuts sleek glass solar rooftop tiles

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The Solar City takeover makes more sense now. The announcement was paired with the new Powerwall 2.0, which has twice the energy storage capacity of the original.

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Dear U.N. Secretary-General: We need ‘polycentric networks’

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A Yale undergraduate student embeds the Sustainable Development Goals within modern academic political theory.

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How cities are leading the way in climate change fight

June 20, 2012 by  
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A C40 report released on the eve of Rio+20 shows how mega cities are taking significant and measurable action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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China Pushes Ahead on Controversial Burma Pipelines

September 6, 2011 by  
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Image: Shwe Gas Movement A report released today criticizes China’s plans for two pipelines that will pump natural gas from Burma’s offshore reserves, and oil from the Middle East and Africa, both across the country and into China. The pipelines will not only fuel conflict, the report says, but will wipe out hope for one of the world’s poorest countries to benefit from the resources, as well as jeopardize the fishing and farming livelihoods of the people who liv… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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