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Exploring ~ China:

Explore Documentary Films | GPE – February 19, 2018: “Media always focuses on the negative aspects of China but what ...
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China’s Insurers Try Novel Approach To Elderly Care ~ Building Retirement Homes:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Chuin-Wei Yap | February 14, 2018: Industry has spent more than $10 billion building ...
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Dynamic Tidal Power:

Arcadis| GPE – February 15, 2018: General Information: Dynamic tidal power or DTP is an untried but promising technology for ...
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In The BVI, There’s Confidentiality ~ But Not Secrecy:

The FCPA Blog | By: Martin Kenney | February 14, 2018: My adopted home of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) ...
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Mission-Control-Like Command Center At This Hospital Is Taking Healthcare Into The Future:

GE Reports | By: Michelle Sweetwood | GPE – February 14, 2018: In the 1960s, airports started using air traffic ...
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Samoa Swept By Cyclone Gita:

Al Jazeera | GPE – February 14, 2018: A clean-up is continuing in the two Samoas after Tropical Cyclone Gita ...
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Researchers Team Up With Cities To Make Resilience A Reality:

Reuters | By: Michael Taylor | GPE – February 14, 2018: A multi-million dollar project launched on Sunday aims to ...
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Philippine Leader Threatens To Close ‘Sewer Pool’ Holiday Island Of Boracay:

Reuters | By: Manuel Mogato | February 12, 2018: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday ordered an urgent cleanup of ...
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United Nations ~ Plastic Ocean:

United Nations | GPE – February 14, 2018: Plastic – both a wonderful invention and a scourge on our planet ...
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Microplastics Pollute Most Remote And Uncharted Areas Of The Ocean:

The Guardian | By: Sandra Laville | February 12, 2018: First data ever gathered from extremely remote area of the ...
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New Wave Energy Device That Could Power Wales’ Homes In The Future Unveiled:

Wales Online | By: Chris Kelsey | GPE – February 12. 2018: WaveSub generates energy by harnessing the continual circular ...
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White House To Propose $1.5 Trillion Infrastructure Plan:

The Hill | By: Mallory Shelbourne | February 11, 2018: The White House on Monday will propose its long-awaited $1.5 ...
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Book Review ~ Building ‘The Source’ Of America’s Cash Flows And Liquid Assets:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Gerard Helferich | February 09, 2018: Canals, dams and river projects — given the ...
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Climate Change Is Increasing Flood Risks In Europe:

The Guardian | By: John Abraham | February 08, 2018: A new study finds strong agreement that flood risks in ...
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Can The World Find Solutions To The Nitrogen Pollution Crisis?

Yale Environment 360 | By: Fred Pearce | February 06, 2018: More and more nitrogen keeps pouring into waterways, unleashing ...
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Drought.gov ~ U.S. Drought Data, News, And Early Warning Resources:

Drought.gov | US Drought Portal | February 05, 2018: Where is drought this week? A weak ridge in the upper ...
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‘Silent Waterworld’ ~ Cambodian Village Submerged By Floodwater From Chinese-Built Dam:

The Independent | By: Tom Barnes | February 04, 2018: Farms, temple, ancestral graves and fishing grounds all destroyed as ...
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Water, Water Everywhere Can’t Quell A Western Drought:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Jim Carlton | February 04, 2018: Many Western reservoirs are full, and downpours have ...
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Modern Life On Planet Earth Is An Ecological Paradox:

Clean Technica | By Marlene Cimons | February 04, 2018: We’re living better, but at what cost? People who live ...
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Ethiopia ~ The Energy Revolution Starts At The Bazaar:

Clean Technica | By: The Beam | February 04, 2018: “Ninety thousand solar lanterns sold last quarter,” said Mr. Li ...
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Tesla To Construct Virtual Solar Power Plant Using 50,000 Homes In South Australia:

Clean Technica | By: Steve Hanley | February 04, 2018: When Elon Musk offered to build what would be the ...
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A Skyscraper Made Of Wood? Newark Developers Give It A Try:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Keiko Morris | February 04, 2018: Wood’s ability to create a warm environment appeals ...
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Solar Energy Offers Hope To Some Puerto Rico Hospitals:

Clean Technica | By: Owen Agnew | February 02, 2018: More than four months after Hurricane Maria tore across Puerto ...
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Swiss Regulator Censures Gazprombank After Panama Papers:

The Financial Times | February 01, 2018: Bank banned from taking new private clients over failings on money laundering checks ...
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Can The Brooklyn Microgrid Project Revolutionize The Energy Market?

Clean Technica | By: The Beam | February 02, 2018: A New York-based energy project built on blockchain is currently ...
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Tesla Semi Customers Will Build Their Own Charging Stations:

Clean Technica | By: Steve Hanley | February 02, 2018: Tesla has booked pre-orders for its all-electric Semi heavy duty ...
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The Polar Silk Road: China Plans Deeper Collaboration With Russia In The Arctic, But How Will This Affect Future Conflict Over Arctic Resources?

Clean Technica | By: James Ayre | February 02, 2018: Essentially every country with any territory anywhere near the Arctic ...
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America’s Clean Power Plan Is Good For Our Health, Our Economy & Our Planet:

Clean Technica | By: Guest Contributor | February 02, 2018: Here’s the deal: The Trump Administration is working to repeal ...
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The US Environmental Protection System, An American Success Story, Is Under Siege:

Clean Technica | By: Bob Sussman | February 02, 2018: The system took shape in the 1960s and 70s as ...
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Climate Change Threatens Half Of US Bases Worldwide, Pentagon Report Finds:

The Guardian | By: Reuters | January 31, 2018: A Pentagon report has highlighted military bases’ vulnerability to the effects ...
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South Africa’s Water Crisis Spreads From Cape Town:

Reuters | By: Ed Stoddard & Victor Antonie | January 31, 2018: Cape Town is running out of water and ...
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From Cape Town To Kabul ~ Taps Run Dry In Crisis Cities:

Reuters | By: Umberto Bacchi | January 31, 2018: Drought-stricken Cape Town could run out of water as soon as ...
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EPA Delays Obama Water Rule:

The Hill | By: Timothy Cama | January 31, 2018: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is pushing back by two ...
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India’s Severe Drought Causing Havoc:

Circle Of Blue | By: Keith Schneider | GPE – February 01, 2018: Water scarcity forces millions of people off ...
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How Not To End Up Like Cape Town:

Forester Network | By: Janice Kaspersen | January 30, 2018: As you might have heard, Cape Town, South Africa, is ...
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China Builds Bridges And Highways While The U.S. Mouths Slogans:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Andrew Browne | January 30, 2018: The Marshall Plan birthed a U.S.-led global order ...
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Democratic Republic Of Congo ~ UN Agencies In Urgent Bid To Prevent Famine In Kasai:

World Food Programme | GPE – January 27, 2018: KINSHASA – In a stark warning, three UN agencies – the ...
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Warming, Water Crisis, Then Unrest ~ How Iran Fits An Alarming Pattern:

The New York Times | By: Somini Sengupta | GPE – January 27, 2018: UNITED NATIONS — Nigeria. Syria. Somalia ...
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Day Zero Now On April 12 For Cape Town:

News24 | By: Jenni Evans | January 23, 2018: Day Zero in Cape Town has been brought forward by nine ...
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From Tree-Planting Drones To Shade-Grown Tea ~ Businesses Are Making Money By Reforesting The Planet:

World Resources Institute | By: Andrew Wu, Sofia Faruqi, Andrés Anchondo Ortega and Eriks Brolis | GPE – January 23, ...
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