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CDP Helps Cities, States, and Companies Report and Manage Climate Change Data

CDP (formally the Carbon Disclosure Project) is the world's largest environmental disclosure platform for cities, states, regions, and companies that want to track and manage their carbon and climate change data. I sat down with Katie Walsh, the Senior Manager of the Cities North America, to discuss the disclosure movement, and how cities around the world are taking a stand against climate change.

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While You Were Blinking, Geely Bought A Rosy Future

Chinese carmaker Geely is in a quiet and subtle strategic buying race, zipping by under the scrutiny of the media. It seems the company learned the lessons most fail with international acquisitions, to leave well alone While You Were Blinking, Geely Bought A Rosy Future was originally published on

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Energy Justice: Addressing Social, Racial, and Economic Concerns within the Cleantech Conversation

How can we bring racial and social justice to the energy conversation? In this interview, CleanTechnica talks with Professor Shalanda Baker from the University of Hawaii at Manoa about how we have the opportunity to bring more justice and equality into the cleantech transition

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Porsche CEO: Latest Diesel Engine Generation May Be Our Last

The most recent generation of Porsche diesel engines may be the last one, going by comments recently made by company CEO Oliver Blume in an interview with Reuters. In other words, the company may be backing away from further development of diesel vehicles ... or maybe the comments are simply meant as a PR stunt. Who knows as of yet

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Is Bigger Best in Renewable Energy? (Webinar Video)

On December 5th, I delivered a webinar presentation detailing the findings of our recent report, Is Bigger Best in Renewable Energy? In this presentation, Farrell discusses how conventional wisdom suggests that larger solar and wind projects deliver energy at lower costs, but that location matters, and that the point of delivery and ownership matter more

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Ontario’s Hydro One Makes a $5.3B Offer for Avista

Hydro One, the transmisison and distribution grid utility serving Canada's Ontario province, has issued an offer to acquire Spokane, Wash.-based electricity and gas utility Avista for $6.7 billion Canadian ($5.3 billion). It's not the first, but it is one of the biggest, cross-border acquisitions to date in the North American utility landscape. Under terms of the

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Back to our roots

In 1861, MIT was founded as an institute for using science and technology to innovate and advance an array of industry sectors, including agriculture. Over 150 years later, research conducted across the Institute continues to be critical for environmental research and for agricultural industry applications in the United States and across the globe. Last month, a group of academics and industry practitioners from around the world gathered for a short course on the research and approaches that MIT researchers use to …

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Maryann Gong earns second-straight Division III Academic All-America of the Year Award

MIT master's student and recent graduate Maryann Gong '17, a student-athlete on the MIT Women's Cross Country and MIT Women's Track and Field teams, has earned the 2016-17 CoSIDA Division III Academic All-America of the Year Award, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). This is the second consecutive year that Gong has been named the NCAA Division III's top Academic All-America …

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Tesla Supercharger Superiority … Wicked Electric Bikes … GM’s Saturn History & Chevy Bolt Present (Top CleanTechnica Stories of the Week)

On vacation this past week? Check out the top 20 articles of the past week (in terms of their views by humans around the world) to catch up Tesla Supercharger Superiority … Wicked Electric Bikes … GM's Saturn History & …

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Tesla Gigafactory Pumps Out 1,500 Model 3 Batteries, Tesla Model S 75 Discontinued

Tesla will discontinue the Model S 75 soon, leaving only dual-motor cars available. The move raises the price of an entry level Model S to $74,500. Tesla Gigafactory Pumps Out 1,500 Model 3 Batteries, Tesla Model S 75 Discontinued was originally published on