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Bring in the Aerodynamic Battery Powered Semi-Truck by City Tech Blogger Jorge Rivas

I believe that we as a society should strive to lower the amount of pollution caused by the vehicles we use, especially when it comes to trucks, our country’s main mode of transportation when it comes to shipping goods. While most of us do not drive trucks, we buy products these trucks deliver.  Trucks contribute to

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Shell Maps Radical Plan for its Energy Future & Ours: HYDROGEN by ClimateYou Senior Editor George Ropes

Royal Dutch Shell gets it; other Big Oil firms still do not. Shell sees hydrogen gas providing 10% of global energy consumption by 2070, with many cars, trucks, and even airplanes running on hydrogen, despite the current enthusiasm for battery-electric vehicles. Shell is being pushed by activist shareholders to be more transparent and more environmentally responsible. The

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Long-term Urban CO2 Observations in Salt Lake City by City Tech Blogger Justin Brock

A new paper published in PNAS details a long-term study of carbon dioxide levels in Salt Lake City, Utah. Salt Lake City is unique in that it has an extensive network of CO2 monitors in place since 2004. Other cities such as Pasadena, California and Heidelberg, Germany for the last 10 years also have CO2

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CITY BY CITY: Cities on the Move to Adapt to Climate Change by ClimateYou Editor Abby Luby

They came from cities all over the world in a galvanized effort to take on climate change and affect a plan for low-carbon, resilient urban growth. This incredible summit happened last week at the Cities and Climate Change Science Conference (Cities IPCC, #CitiesIPCC) in Edmonton, Canada. This summit was the first of its kind where

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OUR TAKE: Time for an Underground Supergrid by ClimateYou editor Abby Luby

Over a week ago, raging winds slammed the U.S. east coast, flooding coastal cities, toppling trees, downing power lines. Here in Westchester, New York, a large county directly north of New York City, most residents lost power for several days and many, like me, for over a week. When my neighborhood was without power it

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