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The forgotten renewable: Geothermal energy production heats up

February 6, 2018 12:00 PM

Three and a half hours east of Los Angeles lies the Salton Sea, a manmade oasis in the heart of the Mojave Desert. It was created in 1905, when a canal broke and the Colorado River flooded the desert for more than a year. The Sea became a TOURIST HOTSPOT IN THE 1950'S, perfect for swimming, boating, and kayaking. But now, people are coming here looking for something else.

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