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Although lithium is plentiful, the problem is ensuring there is enough capacity to process it.

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This is the first part of the price VW will pay in its diesel emissions settlement.

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Ben Van Beurden thinks more people should be driving electric cars.

The CFO drives a BMW i3.

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"There is no explanation why this software was in this vehicle."

"There is no explanation why this software was in this vehicle."

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An 1,118-mile stretch of coastline with charging stations.

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The video is a fascinating look at what, sadly for Dagestan, is an annual event.

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"The service actions involve no costs for the customers."

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It's meant to keep momentum going on the Paris climate agreement.

The report said the costs of renewable power will continue to fall.

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EVs need to reach 300 million by the year 2040 to have an effect on global warming.

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Even the oil companies urged against this and want to be part of the solution.

What will this mean for the environment, the auto and oil industries, and the country's place at the global table?

China is rushing to electrify its cars.

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Trump has come under pressure from advisers, close allies, corporate CEOs, Democrats and some fellow Republicans to keep the United States in the accord.

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"Climate change is a global challenge. No county can place itself outside of this."

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Trump has called global warming a hoax intended to weaken American industries.

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Move favors oil, coal industries.

Trump says the plan hurts the fossil fuel industry, yet it was never actually implemented.

Claim is at odds with scientists, including the agency he oversees.

Pruitt's statement is at odds with scientific consensus.

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Tillerson's support of a carbon tax is the main reason.

He also says owls don't exist. Yeah, we don't get it either.

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Patterns show that the move to cleaner energy would be quick if there was a concerted effort.

The common wisdom that moving away from dirty fossil fuels will take ages is flat-out wrong, says professor Benjamin Sovacool.