Facebook, Microsoft Give Wind and Solar Energy a Big Boost
Facebook, Microsoft and 60 other companies have joined environmental groups to promote the development of 60 gigwatts of renewable energy in the U.S. by 2025.
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By Kelley Dennings
It's time to talk about something that most of us have been reluctant to face: what to do about the intensifying connection between population gain and environmental loss. A growing body of research shows continued human population growth equates to accelerating species extinction.
England's Somerset county can now boast its first beaver dam in more than 400 years.