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E-Buses To Surge Even Faster Than EVs As Conventional Vehicles Fade:

Bloomberg | By: Veronika Henze & Catrin Thomas | May 21, 2018: The supply of cobalt has emerged as a ...
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Climate Change Impacts Fragile River Ecosystems:

Science Daily | By: Geological Society Of America | May 16, 2018: Summary: Research undertaken in South Africa’s Kruger National ...
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25% Of Dubai’s Buildings Will Be 3D Printed By 2025:

World Economic Forum | By: Adam Jezard | May 18, 2018: From printing replacement human body parts to assisting with ...
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New DOJ Policy Against Piling On Has Rewards ~ With Strings Attached:

The FCPA Blog | By: Lara A. Covington & Michael E. Hantman | May 17, 2018: A common refrain in ...
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Nasa Reveals Dozens Of Areas In Danger Of Running Out Of Water:

The Financial Times | GPE – May 17, 2018: Human impact on supplies far greater than researchers anticipated. New satellite ...
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FinCEN Ruling ~ Beneficial Ownership Requirements For Legal Entity Customers Of Certain Financial Products And Services With Automatic Rollovers Or Renewals:

Financial Crimes Enforcement Network | May 16, 2018: The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) is issuing this ruling to provide ...
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The New Picture Of The Great Pacific Garbage Patch (2018):

The Ocean Cleanup | By: Boyan Slat | GPE – May 17, 2018: 1.8 trillion pieces of plastic weighing 80,000 ...
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FedEx CIO Says Blockchain A ‘Game Changer’ For Supply Chain Visibility:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Steven Norton | May 15, 2018: Rob Carter sees blockchain providing more transparency and ...
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HSBC Says It Performs First Trade Finance Transaction Using Blockchain:

Reuters | By: Reuters Staff | May 14, 2018: HSBC Holdings Plc said on Monday it had performed the world’s ...
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Day Zero:

Vimeo | By: Jamie Hancock | GPE – May 12, 2018: Cape Town is currently suffering from a water crisis ...
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FinCEN Reminds Financial Institutions That The CDD Rule Becomes Effective Today:

FinCEN | By: Steve Hudak | May 11, 2018: The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”) reminds financial institutions and their ...
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Four Ways 3D Printing May Threaten Security:

Rand Corporation | By: Doug Irving | May 08, 2018: The next few decades could yield new tools for criminals, ...
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Jordan To See Modest Economic Upturn, On Refugee-Led Consumption Boost And Reform Roll-Out:

European Bank For Reconstruction & Development | By: Anthony Williams | May 09, 2018: Jordan’s economy is expected to see ...
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This Italian Village Was Dying ~ Until The Refugees Came:

National Geographic | GPE – May 06, 2018: Centuries-old Italian villages were becoming ghost towns. Refugees were fleeing conflict and ...
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World Bank Urges Private Sector Interest In Refugee Camps:

Financial Times | May 05, 2018: Economic progress of displaced people held back by lack of access to capital. Refugee ...
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Rick Perry Travels To Kodiak Island, Alaska, To Learn About Renewable Microgrid:

Clean Technica | By: Steve Hanley | May 03, 2018: Energy Secretary Rick Perry was in Kodiak, Alaska, recently to ...
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Not Just A Fad ~ What Blockchain Means For Business:

Regus | By: Hannah Hudson | GPE- May 04, 2018: Tired of reading about blockchain? Don’t give up just yet: ...
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GDPR Experts Explain How To Protect Data On The Move:

Regus | GPE – May 04, 2018: How safe is your company’s data outside your office? The General Data Protection ...
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Nigeria’s Internet Fraudsters Zero In On Corporate Email Account:

Business Insurance | Thomson Reuters | May 03, 2018: West Africa’s infamous internet scammers have evolved, dropping their impersonations of ...
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From Crisis To Opportunity ~ Syrian Refugees In Jordan:

European Bank For Reconstruction And Development | By: Vanora Bennett & EBRD Audiovisual Team | GPE – May 02, 2018: ...
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UK Backs Panama Papers Crackdown On ‘Dirty Money’ Havens:

International Consortium Of Investigative Journalists | By: Simon Bowers | May 01, 2018: The U.K. will force its overseas territories, ...
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A Small School In Bolivia Is A Model For Sustainable Living Using Solar & Rainwater Capture:

Clean Technica | By: Kyle Field | April 29, 2018: The Power of an Idea: “Innovation is 1% inspiration and ...
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Finding & Destroying Mines By Drone ~ Mine Kafon Drone:

Mine Kafon | GPE – April 29, 2018: Introducing the Mine Kafon Drone, an airborne demining system developed to clear ...
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Munro Academy Teaches Students About Renewables With Hands-On Projects:

Clean Technica | By: Kyle Field | April 28, 2018: The island community of Cape Breton in eastern Canada has ...
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Zayed Future Energy Prize Winner Green School Bali Is Raising A Generation Of World Changers:

Clean Technica | By: Kyle Field | April 28, 2018: Turning down the bumpy dirt road, it was not clear ...
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FinCEN Issues Advisory On The FATF-Identified Jurisdictions With AML/CFT Deficiencies:

FinCEN | April 27, 2018: FIN-2018-A002 ~ Advisory on the FATF-Identified Jurisdictions with AML/CFT Deficiencies. On February 23, 2018, the ...
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Native Knowledge ~ What Ecologists Are Learning From Indigenous People:

Yale 360 | By: Jim Robbins | April 26, 2018: From Alaska to Australia, scientists are turning to the knowledge ...
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U.S. Cracks Down On Canadian Cross-Border Cryptocrime:

The FCPA Blog | By: Selva Ozelli | April 24, 2018: Canada has emerged as one of the cryptocurrency and ...
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EU States Urged To Agree Online Privacy ‘Cookie Law’:

The Financial Times | April 24, 2018: Digital chief says it is ‘dangerous’ to ignore demand for Big Tech clampdown ...
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Minigrids Are The Cheapest Way To Bring Electricity To 100 Million Africans Today:

Greentech Media | By: Matthew Tilleard, Gabriel Davies & Lucy Shaw | GPE – April 23, 2018: A CrossBoundary analysis ...
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Facebook Has A New Data Policy ~ Here’s The Short Version:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Katherine Bindley & Wilson Rothman | April 20, 2018: You didn’t read Facebook’s previous ...
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Who Has More Of Your Personal Data Than Facebook? Try Google:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Christopher Mims | April 22, 2018: Google gathers more personal data than Facebook does, ...
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‘Urban Mining’ In South Korea Makes Money From Waste:

Reuters TV | By: Grace Lee | GPE – April 19, 2018: As China’s aggressive hunt for overseas cobalt and ...
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Facebook To Put 1.5 Billion Users Out Of Reach Of New EU Privacy Law:

Reuters | By: David Ingram | April 19, 2018: If a new European law restricting what companies can do with ...
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Launching The Social And Human Capital Coalition ~ Helping Companies Recognize The Value Of People And Communities Living Well:

World Business Council For Sustainable Development | By: Social & Human Capital Coalition | April 17, 2018: Montreux Switzerland: Today, ...
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Supreme Court Drops Case Pitting Justice Department Against Microsoft:

The Wall Street Journal | By: Brent Kendall | April 17, 2018: Case rendered ‘moot’ after Congress passes legislation giving ...
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Water Stress Threatens Nearly Half The World’s Thermal Power Plant Capacity:

World Resources Institute | By: Various Authors | GPE – April 18, 2018: Many people point to renewable energy as ...
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It’s Not Just Cape Town ~ 4 Shrinking Reservoirs To Watch:

World Resources Institute | By: Charles Iceland, Tianyi Luo & Gennadii Donchyts | GPE – April 17, 2018: Cape Town, ...
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Up To The Last Drop ~ The Secret Water War In Europe:

Al Jazeera | By: Yorgos Avgeropoulos | April 16, 2018: Is water a commodity or a human right? Cities across ...
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Study ~ Majority Of Divisive Facebook Ads Bought By ‘Suspicious Groups’:

Reuters | By: Reuters Staff | April 16, 2018: Most of the political ads about divisive issues that ran on ...
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