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What Happens When 25,000 Amazon Workers Flush Toilets?

By WINNIE HU

Amazon’s offices in Queens will be built over an aging sewage system. The city says the pipes can handle the wastewater, but residents are worried.

How will oil producing countries meet the challenge of climate change?

By Robin Mills

As the United Nations COP24 gets underway in Poland, leading oil and gas players – countries and companies – are confronted with the challenge of mapping out their share of the new energy economy, writes Robin Mills.

Neil deGrasse Tyson Denies Misconduct Accusations

By ELIZABETH A. HARRIS

In a lengthy Facebook post responding to three women’s accounts, the well-known astrophysicist described two as benign and suggested the third did not occur.

Neil deGrasse Tyson Denies Misconduct Accusations

By ELIZABETH A. HARRIS

In a lengthy Facebook post responding to three women’s accounts, the well-known astrophysicist described two as benign and suggested the third did not occur.

Neil deGrasse Tyson Denies Misconduct Accusations

By ELIZABETH A. HARRIS

In a lengthy Facebook post responding to three women’s accounts, the well-known astrophysicist described two as benign and suggested the third did not occur.

South Carolina battlefield covered in white cotton candy-like substance called 'hair ice'

By Madeline Farber

A wispy, white substance was recently spotted at a historic site in South Carolina, leading some to think the objects were pieces of trash. But this cotton candy-looking material was actually an unusual frost formation known as “hair ice,” the South Carolina State Parks announced Thursday.

South Carolina battlefield covered in white cotton candy-like substance called 'hair ice'

By Madeline Farber

A wispy, white substance was recently spotted at a historic site in South Carolina, leading some to think the objects were pieces of trash. But this cotton candy-looking material was actually an unusual frost formation known as “hair ice,” the South Carolina State Parks announced Thursday.

EU’s CaΓ±ete warns gas pipelines risk becoming β€˜stranded assets’

By FrΓ©dΓ©ric Simon

Miguel Arias Cañete, the EU Commissioner for climate action and energy, had an unpleasant message for the gas industry when he presented the European Commission’s 2050 vision for a “climate neutral” economy earlier this week.

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