MONTALEGRE, PORTUGAL - JULY 06: Floating solar panels at Alto Rabagao Dam, site of solar panels for world's first combined hydro and floating photo voltaic project officially inaugurated on July 06, 2017 in Montalegre, Portugal. Energias de Portugal (EDP) has started a pilot operation with 2500 square meters of solar floating panels that are able to annually generate 300 MWh. Their production is combined with that of the dam. (Photo by Horacio Villalobos - Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images)
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The debate around energy in the United States at times devolves into quasi-tribal disputes over the merits of one power source over another. Often this pits renewable energy against entrenched fossil...
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The country’s first female president will be removed from office.
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The creator of Orkut talks about his new social network, Hello.
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The founder of Orkut is back in the social media business.
You are probably aware that loopholes in the international financial system let corporations and wealthy individuals get out of paying their fair share of taxes. You might even know that there are some significant reforms taking place to try and close the gaps in the system. But did you know that these reforms aren’t being discussed in a global forum where everyone can participate? This year, BRICS countries are in a unique position to show leadership on a proposal that developing countries have been demanding for years.