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ExxonMobil misleads public on climate change for decades…should we care?

ExxonMobil misleads public on climate change for decades…should we care?

Exxon dragged through public mud for decades-old climate denying, current climate change efforts ignored Is pursuing ExxonMobil for climate denying sins dating back to the 1970s a constructive contribution to the climate change/energy transition debate? Should former venal acts overshadow the climate-positive work in which the company is now engaged? And is there a danger […]

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Clean fuel from “bionic leaf” could ease pressure on farmland: Scientists

Clean fuel from “bionic leaf” could ease pressure on farmland: Scientists

Bionic leaf converts solar energy into liquid fuel By Chris Arsenault RIO DE JANEIRO, June 2 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – The “bionic leaf”, a new clean technology to turn sunlight into liquid fuel could drastically shrink the need for large plantations to grow crops for biofuels, while combating climate change, Harvard University researchers said on Thursday. That […]