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How these Native American tribes are harnessing renewable energy.

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Combining tradition and modern science to survive climate change in the Pacific islands.

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Katharine Hayhoe on geoengineering: “We need to know everything we possibly can.”

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Hydrogen-powered trains are coming to Germany in 2021.

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Embrace natural solutions for climate change problem.

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A power plant is burning H&M clothes instead of coal.

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Could a rogue nation alter clouds to combat warming?

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New nuclear power cannot rival windfarms on price, energy boss says.

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