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IMPEACHMENT INQUIRY: Questions encircle Perry’s effort to shape Naftogaz

When Energy Secretary Rick Perry traveled to Ukraine in May for the inauguration of President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, he carried a list of names that included a Pulitzer Prize-winning energy expert and longtime political donors.

See it! Monday’s transit of Mercury

Click here for awesome photos from members of the EarthSky community of the November 11, 2019, transit of Mercury. It’ll be the last Mercury transit until 2032. A huge thank you to all who submitted to EarthSky Community Photos!

Manakin birds have all best dance moves | Seven Worlds, One Planet | BBC Earth

Manakins in South America synchronise their dance moves too woo females.Subscribe: Watch more:Planet Earth Planet Earth II Dinosaur Seven Worlds, One Planet Episode 3 ‘South America’ Millions of years ago incredible forces ripped apart the…

Climate KIC Demo Day 2019 Proves Europe Still Has What It Takes To Lead The Green Revolution

Something about Demo Day 2019 felt different than other startup events. Coming on the heels of the largest global climate protest the world has ever seen, a sense of urgency emanated from the crowd. The heightened significance of the evening was not lost on the founders, as they delivered their ideas with enthusiasm and conviction

3 Banks Funding Fossil Fuels The Most Keep Telling You To Sell Tesla Stock [TSLA]

A few weeks ago, thanks to a friendly Tesla fan on Twitter, The Guardian, and Rainforest Action Network, I shared the news that the top 3 banks funding fossil fuel development also — through a different arm — are providing bearish forecasts for Tesla [TSLA] and recommending traders sell the stock rather than buy it. The update this week: despite a surprise profit in quarter 3 and much of the market swinging in the other direction, the Tesla analysts at these top 3 fossil fuel funders are holding steady on their bearish stance and recommendation to sell

Maya Lin to Conjure Dying Trees to Make a Point

Those walking through Madison Square Park in June may find themselves wondering at why some trees seem to be dying during the lushest time of the year. That is because a grove of spectral cedar trees will have been placed…


New catalyst efficiently produces hydrogen from seawater

Seawater is one of the most abundant resources on earth, offering promise both as a source of hydrogen and of drinking water in arid climates. Now researchers have reported a significant breakthrough with a new oxygen evolution reaction catalyst that, combined with a hydrogen evolution reaction catalyst, achieved current densities capable of supporting industrial demands while requiring relatively low voltage to start seawater electrolysis.