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Chapps 20h
Incredible sculptural technique: these , sea nymphs, whose transparent wet clothing clings to their skin and billows out in the . The motion of the drapery makes the statues seem kinetic. Nereid monument, Xanthos, 390-380 BC (British Museum).
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Mike Hudema Nov 19
Colombia is planting giant corridors of trees to cool down the city and fight . We have solutions to the . Time to ditch fossil fuels and implement them.
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Alyssa Nov 15
Um.... so this just happened! Saw my life flash before my eyes!
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EcoClipper Nov 19
"The old way of sailing ironically has a huge technological advantage over its modern counterpart. It does not emit any harmful fumes and only uses natural elements for propulsion." 📸 Morgenster, Jess Clay
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Dawn Rose Turner Nov 18
Era of cheap & has arrived, U of C researchers find -- Research paper says the cost of is now on par with |
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kellyjeanrebar Nov 21
Grasses in the wind today, near dusk. Getting a little cold.
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cally Nov 22
A window to somewhere where the weather is nicer
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kellyjeanrebar Nov 21
Wild asparagus going to seed.
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Kyla Grogan 16h
Much calmer today - but from the looks of it enough to sail a boat under the Golden Gate Bridge right now :) I'll have the rest of your weekend forecast tonight on
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Choneni ISL 5h
Wind power is the main R.E technology in Scotland, where onshore wind accounts for 8.3GW of Scotland's 12GW renewable capacity, while offshore wind makes up just 1GW. This put R.E as the largest contributor to electricity generation in Scotland, more than fossil fuels.
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Gregg Mast Nov 19
525,000 tons of turbine parts moved through Duluth Seaway Port Authority. Clean energy continues to diversify our economy.
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yuc.mac Nov 18
Tweeting photos of flower and landscape.
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Bureau of Meteorology, New South Wales Nov 22
A new has just been issued for multiple locations as a large & very clearly defined squall line moves through sthn . Associated storms have already delivered 90+km gusts. Will continue moving north over coming hours
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Armenia 🇦🇲 Nov 26
The cooling dancing around province, as it is still covered by caressing laying down the shadows. 📸: Karen Faljyan
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energynextau Nov 22
The will provide $341,990 in grant funding to support the Newcastle-based start-up Diffuse Energy in the development of mini turbines designed to power off-grid telecommunications towers and remote applications.
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Laurent Segalen & Redefining Energy Nov 19
Good season for in Europe
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Sika Nov 20
Sika’s contribution to the rapidly expanding energy market is the supply of high precision capable of withstanding the dynamic loads that the is transmitting to the foundation during wind towers’ service life. Find out more:
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Sydne Nov 22
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Earth Accounting 7h
World's largest offshore farm secures $8bn investment via
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Wind - GB Grid Nov 26
GB Grid: is generating 1.27GW (3.04%) out of 41.79GW
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