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Students in Italy to get lesson in climate change

Yes, children, climate change will be on the test! Starting in 2020, Italian public schools will require children in all grades to study sustainability. Lorenzo Fioramonti, Italy’s Education Minister, said all public schools will include about 33 hours a year in their curricula to study issues linked to climate change, which could put Italy at

Tesla unveils easier-to-install Solar Roof V3

Tesla has recently announced the V3 Solar Roof, the third iteration of its solar roof tile for residential home use. The solar roof tiles are designed to look just like normal roof tiles when installed on a house, while doubling as solar panels to generate power. The company says that it has increased power density,

The impressive water savings from switching to renewable energy sources

Switching to solar or wind energy could eliminate the majority of freshwater withdrawals required for electricity generation. Only 3 percent of the Earth’s water is freshwater (not from the sea). And with the majority of the planet’s water reserves frozen in glaciers, only about .8 percent can be tapped for human use. With more than

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