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Wind Turbines Make Better Neighbors than Power Plants

People who live near wind turbines strongly prefer wind over power plants that generate electricity from fossil fuels, nuclear and even solar, a new study shows. The results apply across demographics in urban or rural areas, red and blue states, and even in coal-producing states.
Wind Turbines Make Better Neighbors than Power Plants

This is how climate change takes a toll on the heart

Heat-induced heart attacks are increasing, suggesting that climate change poses a risk to cardiovascular health. The German study also shows that the health impacts of climate change aren’t limited to urban areas.
This is how climate change takes a toll on the heart

At a Smaller Dose, Solar Geoengineering Could be Safe

Solar geoengineering raises the risk of intensifying storms and drought. But a new study finds that halving global warming by using just the right amount of geoengineering could eliminate these side effects.
At a Smaller Dose, Solar Geoengineering Could be Safe

Firefly-inspired LEDs Shine Bright On Less Energy

By mimicking the lopsided pyramidal structures found on firefly bellies, researchers have come up with a new light-emitting diode (LED) that could use less energy than today’s LED light bulbs.
Firefly-inspired LEDs Shine Bright On Less Energy

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