NextEra Energy: U.S. Can Hit 50% Renewable Energy by 2030
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NextEra Energy: U.S. Can Hit 50% Renewable Energy by 2030

The world’s largest producer of electricity from the wind and sun is surprisingly optimistic about the future of renewable energy. Energy, Materials, and Utilities If you’re anxious about America’s purported slow response to climate change, then you might want to take a close look at NextEra Energy’s (NYSE:NEE) June investor presentation. Aside from updated numbers,…

10 things in tech you need to know today
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10 things in tech you need to know today

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3 Top Energy Stocks to Buy This Month
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3 Top Energy Stocks to Buy This Month

Great stocks from oil to renewable energy. Travis Hoium, Rich Smith, and John Bromels Energy, Materials, and Utilities There are a number of ways to invest in the energy industry today, from traditional fossil fuels to new technologies like wind and solar. And there are opportunities for investors throughout.  We asked three of our contributors…

It’s 2053 and we saved the planet: How will we look back at the time before we abandoned fossil fuels?
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It’s 2053 and we saved the planet: How will we look back at the time before we abandoned fossil fuels?

When you walk inside an exhibit currently on display in Lund, Sweden, you’re asked to imagine that the year is 2053. Three years earlier, the world reached a goal of net-zero emissions. And you’re standing inside a new museum looking back at the end of what the exhibit calls the “fossil age.”Carbon Ruins, overall view…

This climate change coloring book illustrates how we transition to clean energy
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This climate change coloring book illustrates how we transition to clean energy

Most people recognize the urgent need for climate action—in a recent poll, around 70% of Americans said that they wanted the U.S. to take “aggressive” action—but fewer clearly understand what needs to happen beyond vague ideas about solar panels and electric cars. A coloring book filled with comic book-style infographics is designed to help make…