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Recently there has been more and more in the media about hydrogen as a future fuel. These discussions often talk about hydrogen using a colour coding – which has the potential to confuse an already complicated matter even further.
The US recently enacted a new law that will restrict the use of hydrofluorocarbon (HFCs) refrigerants. Here's what you'll need to know about how that law works, what refrigerants are likely to replace HFCs, and why building codes could be..
To get green-collar jobs right, policy makers and funders need to start thinking of them as investments in careers rather than skills-building. Instead of measuring success by how many people graduate from training programs, we should measure how..

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