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Farming in Alaska is increasingly possible.

Longer growing seasons and food scarcity are turning more people to agriculture....

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Big Oil becomes greener with cuts to greenhouse gas pollution.

Sixty-two of the world’s 100 largest companies consistently cut their emissions on an annual basis between 2010 and 2015, with an overall 12 percent decline during that period, according to a report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance released ahead of its conference in London on Monday....

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Garbage from Irma will fuel Florida’s power grid.

As long as they’re throwing stuff away, many counties find, they may as well make electricity out of it....

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UPDATE: TV News plays catch-up on the climate-hurricane link.

Cable News awakens. Sort of....

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In Irma's wake, surveying the damage along the coast.

Hurricane Irma threw its hardest punches in the eastern Caribbean and throughout the state of Florida. But long after its winds diminished, it did enormous damage up and down the Eastern Seaboard....

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Westinghouse CEO looks beyond bankruptcy.

As the start-up of the world's first AP1000 unit approaches, Westinghouse is using the Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection process to transform itself. The company will come out of the process "leaner, stronger and more competitive", Westinghouse president and CEO Jose Gutierrez told the World Nuclear Association Symposium....

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