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Biomass: supporting greater climate ambitions without sacrificing sustainability [Promoted content]

By Teresa Dominguez

As Europe’s largest single source of renewable energy, sustainable biomass is a cornerstone of the EU’s low-carbon energy transition. Seeking to accelerate this transition, the European Commission has proposed a series of ambitious new goals to  achieve by the end...

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The Search for Life on Venus Could Start With Rocket Lab

By Jonathan O’Callaghan

Rocket Lab may be able to send a small spacecraft to probe the clouds of Venus long before NASA or other space agencies are able to do so.

The Search for Life on Venus Could Start With Rocket Lab

By Jonathan O’Callaghan

Rocket Lab may be able to send a small spacecraft to probe the clouds of Venus long before NASA or other space agencies are able to do so.

The Search for Life on Venus Could Start With Rocket Lab

By Jonathan O’Callaghan

Rocket Lab may be able to send a small spacecraft to probe the clouds of Venus long before NASA or other space agencies are able to do so.

The Search for Life on Venus Could Start With Rocket Lab

By Jonathan O’Callaghan

Rocket Lab may be able to send a small spacecraft to probe the clouds of Venus long before NASA or other space agencies are able to do so.

Russian Attack Jets Back Mercenaries Fighting in Libya

By Eric Schmitt

An American military official said the warplanes were conducting combat missions in support of Kremlin-backed private security forces, and extending Moscow’s influence in Africa.

A Growing Number of Catholic Schools Are Shutting Down Forever

By Giulia McDonnell Nieto del Rio

About 150 Catholic schools have closed nationwide citing insurmountable financial pressures from the coronavirus pandemic.

Waves of Russian and Emirati Flights Fuel Libyan War, U.N. Finds

By Declan Walsh

A confidential report sent to the Security Council details extensive breaches of the international arms embargo on Libya by eight countries since the beginning of the year.

Virgin Islands Will Subpoena Billionaire Investor in Epstein Case

By Matthew Goldstein, Steve Eder and David Enrich

The territory’s attorney general wants to know more about Leon Black’s dealings with Jeffrey Epstein, who died while facing sex-trafficking charges.

Scenes From a Marriage: One Cheats, the Other Wants To

By Lionel Shriver

Cree LeFavour’s first novel, “Private Means,” examines the tribulations of an Upper West Side couple.

Libyan Rivals Call for Peace Talks. It May Be Wishful Thinking.

By Declan Walsh

The announcement of a cease-fire was a rare positive development in a chaotic conflict plagued by foreign meddling. But skeptics abound.

Learning Pods During Coronavirus Explained

By Dani Blum and Farah Miller

As many schools remain closed, families are seeking alternatives to the virtual classroom.

How Bannon and His Indicted Business Partners Cashed In on Trump

By Zolan Kanno-Youngs, Eric Lipton, Stephanie Saul and Scott Shane

The men had a history of monetizing conservative causes long before they were charged with fraud this week in a scheme to build a private border wall.

The Freedom and Fulfillment of Home-Schooling

Nine families shared with us why they chose to educate their children outside the traditional school system.

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