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The weather phenomenon known as El Nino has a sister, La Nina, that is expected for the first time in four years.

WASHINGTON — In a major setback for President Obama’s climate change agenda, the Supreme Court on Tuesday temporarily blocked the administration’s effort to combat global warming by regulating emissions from coal-fired power plants. Climate Change Denial, About Climate Change, Landscape Arquitecture, Finance, Solar Panel Battery, Fire Powers, Best Solar Panels, Landscaping Software, Save The Planet

On February 9, 2016 the U.S. Supreme Court blocked enforcement of Obama's ambitious new plan for cutting emissions.

ENVIRONMENT Regardless of possible U. withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement, falling prices for renewables and a growing sustainability movement have changed the global picture. Teacher Toolkit, Green Initiatives, Green News, Paris Climate, World Government, Energy Resources, World Leaders, Animals Images, Go Green

The U.N. climate accord pushes the world to cut carbon emissions and the U.S. is making progress, but is it enough?

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Cities around worldwide have a secret trick for reducing emissions & boosting energy efficiency; labyrinths.

The underside of the leaf is porous, typically used to absorb water, but in this case the pores absorb the sodium electrolyte. The top side is tough nanostructured carbon that absorbs the sodium and holds the charge. Green Initiatives, Green News, Clean Technology, Painted Leaves, Environmental Design, Sustainability, Plant Leaves, Scientists, Maryland

Researchers from the University of Maryland have discovered a process to use leaves as anodes in sodium batteries.