Can we sustainably provide food, water, and energy to a growing population during a climate crisis?
Things are looking up for wind power—way up. Wind is now competitive with fossil fuels in many areas of the world, while the rise of turbines to new heights figures to bring down costs even more.
By reworking the basic metabolism of crops, plant scientists hope to forestall devastating food shortages.
A China Titans affiliate bought the bankrupt storage startup Aquion and plans to sell its batteries directly to big grid operators.
Backed by $3 million in federal funds, scientists are assessing how geoengineering would impact agriculture, glaciers, sea levels and more.
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