Can a Carbon Tax Work Without Hurting the Economy? Ask British Columbia

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Five years in, BC’s carbon tax has successfully reduced greenhouse gas emissions in a stable economy.

Cutting Carbon Dioxide Isn’t Enough

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We have to invest in technology to remove the CO2 already in the atmosphere.

Australia Urged to Formally Recognise Climate Change Refugee Status

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Refugee Council says new category would protect those fleeing the effects of global warming and warns Australian government to prepare for thousands forced from low-lying Pacific islands.

Selling Solar Power in India’s Slums

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The country is fast outgrowing its electric grid. Are small-scale solar projects the solution?

Can You Have Too Much Solar Energy?

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Germany’s little-guy suppliers are destabilizing big power companies.

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