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Stories by Saqib Rahim

Inventing Batteries from Air

Inventing Batteries from Air

ARPA-e and others aim to fund development of a battery that relies on lithium and air

February 3, 2011 — Saqib Rahim and ClimateWire

Predicting the Climate-Changed City of the Future

Hundreds of millions of people, mainly in the developing world, are moving to cities. Without guidelines, these cities could lock in a high-carbon infrastructure that makes fighting climate change far tougher

January 3, 2011 — Saqib Rahim and ClimateWire

Video Gamers Use as Much Energy as San Diego

U.S. homes have about 63 million video game consoles, and together they use about as much energy as San Diego does in a year, according to a 2008 study by the Natural Resources Defense Council

December 17, 2010 — Saqib Rahim, ClimateWire and ClimateWire
How Automakers Can Meet New Fuel Efficiency Standards

How Automakers Can Meet New Fuel Efficiency Standards

The U.S. EPA and DOT argue that if automakers start using more batteries in cars, or make gasoline engines way more efficient, they can meet much higher fuel efficiency standards

October 4, 2010 — Saqib Rahim and ClimateWire
Stories by Saqib Rahim

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