- Column: Fuel-careful F1 less of a guilty pleasure Updated: Apr-17-14 5:20 am
- Southern agrees to coal research with Chinese firm Updated: Apr-15-14 5:46 pm
- Court upholds EPA emission standards Updated: Apr-15-14 4:08 pm
- Invention loves collaboration at Milan show Updated: Apr-14-14 1:00 pm
- Artificial cooling tricky topic for climate panel Updated: Apr-10-14 11:01 am
- West Virginia editorial roundup Updated: Apr-01-14 1:56 pm
PARIS - As Earth's atmosphere warms alarmingly and fills with heat-trapping gases, and the writing on the wall - "People, we're in trouble!" - looms ever larger, Formula One has steadily become a guilty pleasure, the motorsport equivalent of blue whale burger or wearing panda fur.
JACKSON, Mississippi - Southern Co. says it has signed a deal with a state-owned Chinese coal and energy company to work together to develop coal technologies, based in part on the coal gasification and carbon capture technology that Southern subsidiary Mississippi Power Co. is deploying at the $5 billion Kemper County power plant.
WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld the Environmental Protection Agency's first emission standards for mercury and other hazardous air pollutants from coal- and oil-fired power plants.
MILAN - Collaboration drove invention during Milan's annual International Furniture Show and collateral design week events, yielding the promise of homes without mobile phone chargers, and with more ergonomic seating, table settings fit for Italy's most demanding chefs and sculptures that double as furniture.
BERLIN - It's Plan B in the fight against climate change: cooling the planet by sucking heat-trapping CO2 from the air or reflecting sunlight back into space.
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