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Juliane Huang

With a laptop in one arm and a travel bag in the other, Juliane is rarely at home, though always online. Catch up with her on her blog.

Posts by: Juliane Huang

Researchers at UCLA have modified a bacterium to potentially serve as not only a fuel substitute, but also an environmental cleanup agent through its consumption of carbon dioxide, the villain in our global warming story.

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Any agreement reached at Copenhagen should include direct funding to local communities to assist in protecting carbon-rich forests.

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In his New York Times Op-Ed column championing sweatshops in third world countries, Kristof admits he is “just about the only person in America who favors sweatshops.”

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INTERPOL’s largest ever wildlife crime operation in Africa proves successful with the arrest of 100 people and seizure of over two tons of elephant ivory.

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Turns out, the regions with the largest carbon footprints in the UK are in the rural northeast, not the famed cities of London or Glasgow. London, interestingly enough, has the lowest per capita emissions.

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Having gained notoriety through his ballsy stunts and YouTube videos, Gaillard provides the perfect childish outlet for an adult world stifled by cut-and-dry maturity

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In September, The Fun Theory, a group promoting behavioral and environmental change, turned an average subway staircase in Stockholm into a giant, musical piano to see if they could motivate people to take the stairs more if fun were a factor. Watch the video of their results.

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Clicking through the recipe book, it becomes startlingly clear just how inviting and welcoming the two are.

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The SSPS project, which Japan hopes to become fully realized as soon as 2030, will put into orbit giant solar panels just outside Earth’s atmosphere to gather the sun’s energy and beam it down to us.

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Before you set off on a ghost hunting expedition, you first need to learn a few lessons.

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