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Engineers work to cut costs and emissions in geothermal power

HENGILL, Iceland -- Billowing vapor clouds and the faint smell of boiled eggs lead visitors over a gravel road toward the Hellisheiði Power Station, 15 miles southeast of the Icelandic capital, Reykjavik. Here, at Iceland's largest geothermal heat and power plant, perched on a rocky active volcanic ridge, researchers recently demonstrated they could take carbon dioxide and turn it into rock 1,500 feet underground. That's a result that could shrink the carbon footprint of geothermal energy as well as create a new route for carbon capture and sequestration.


Western nonprofit is changing the face of BLM

A small, Colorado-based group has grown to have significant influence on the Bureau of Land Management, the nation's largest landlord. It's played a prominent role in President Obama's decisions to designate national monuments, helped launch and sustain dozens of "friends" groups and been a key driver in BLM's rebranding efforts.


Meet Hillary Clinton's climate change champion

PHILADELPHIA -- Gene Karpinski isn't that tall. But it didn't keep him off the basketball court in the late 1960s, when environmentalism was leaping skyward and his sneakers squeaked as a freshman player at Brown University. Four decades later, Karpinski is still working on environmental issues in his 11th year as president of the League of Conservation Voters. Today, he'll achieve a new goal by speaking at the Democratic National Convention about climate change.


Can Hillary Clinton really run on Copenhagen?

When Hillary Clinton wants to show how strong she is on climate change, she relays the story of how she and President Obama burst into a private meeting of Chinese negotiators at the 2009 Copenhagen, Denmark, summit and helped force them to a deal. But those who participated in that long-ago confab part ways on how strong a role she played.


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