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Six climate change solutions we can all agree on

In the U.S., few issues seem to be as divisive as climate change. Although the science is unequivocal, political polarization has taken climate change hostage. Fortunately, there are solutions that people on both sides of the

Hyundai to introduce i30 wagon in Geneva

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THE AUTO SCANNER: Hey, what

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Carlsbad power plant won’t open on time; clean energy challenges will continue

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Tina the T-bird is an icebreaker

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Matt Castrucci Honda offers area drivers savings on variety of vehicle services

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As Obama Clean Power Plan Fades, States Craft Strategies To Move Beyond It

View Slideshow 1 of 2 There have been no executive orders yet to undo President Barack Obama's signature climate plan, but many officials and environmental groups consider it as good as dead. The Clean Power Plan is on hold

Big Oil Roars Back

With Rex Tillerson and Rick Perry on his team, Donald Trump is all set to revive the fortunes of the Texas energy sector. Last May, things looked so bleak in the Texas oil patch that the service company Halliburton decided to

Tina the T-bird is an icebreaker

While driving his 1964 Ford Thunderbird, Victor Burns of Lincolnville had stopped at a gas station along I-35 in Oklahoma when a stranger walked up to take a closer look. They struck up a conversation. “We talked about the

Recent Study Finds “Strong Latent Demand” Could Accelerate EV Adoption Rate

Originally published on EV Annex. Although Tesla Motors has grown quickly over the past few years, it appears that the majority of US auto buyers remain unaware of electric vehicles altogether. According to Car and Driver, a

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Six climate change solutions we can all agree on Six climate change solutions we can all agree on

In the U.S., few issues seem to be as divisive as climate change. Although the science is unequivocal, political