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

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

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

The CFO drives a BMW i3.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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?

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

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

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

Move favors oil, coal industries.

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

Why lowering the fuel-economy standards might not be in car companies' best interest.

Will the easing of fuel mileage standards be a good thing for the auto industry? At least one experts thinks not.

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

Pruitt's statement is at odds with scientific consensus.

Koch Brothers's funded group loses another corporate sponsor

Ford is the latest high-profile company to distance itself from the right-wing think tank ALEC, responsible for a number of corporate-friendly laws.

As Part Of COP21, The Tesla CEO Lays Out The Challenge Of Global Warming

As part of the in-depth COP21 talks, Tesla CEO Elon Musk speaks at the Sorbonne about climate change and the end of fossil fuels.

Updated Study From Union Of Concerned Scientists Put The Numbers In Order

The Union Of Concerned Scientists takes an updated look at the US electric grid and EV manufacturing to show that EVs are almost always cleaner.

DOD Says Uncertain Cause 'Cannot Be An Excuse For Delaying Action'

In case the Pentagon didn't make it clear enough that climate change is a real and dangerous thing in its Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR) earlier this year, perhaps the new Climate Change Adaptation Roadmap (PDF) will drive the point home. Some of the content is roughly the same, but that title sure makes it sound more desperate.

Bill O'Reilly is a fan of Tesla. Calling the California car company "the one concrete thing that all responsible people should be rooting for," the popular Fox Network host is asking everyone to ignore the green lobby, the politics of global warming and dim opinions of alternative energy, declaring, "If Tesla can make a clean car, the entire automotive industry can. Therefore the air would be cleaner everywhere, and our wallets thicker. So let's get on it, people."

Like the Olympics and leap year, the Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR) comes at us every four years. A big-picture look by the US military at the threats they see out there, the QDR (PDF) is a broad document, but you can read in it just how big the military thinks its mission is (global dominance, really). As part of that mission, the military tries to find a way to reduce the threats it sees, but what do you do about dirty air that we all create? You can't go and bomb the highways to stop the ca

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