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  Guangzhou, China, wins an international sustainable transport prize for a system that integrates bicycle, bus, and rail transport.

  A Swiss company’s claims to have created storm clouds in the desert are met with skepticism.

  LED street lights can save energy, but not all power systems are set up to reward cities for choosing a more efficient nighttime glow.

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