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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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Sewage Treatment Plant That Looks Like A Botanical Garden:

Sustainability Matters | By: Hydroflux Epco Pty Ltd | GPE – May 22, 2018: Abstract: Integrated Fixed Film Activated Sludge ...
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Improving Wastewater Treatment Performance To Create New Business Opportunities:

Sustainability Matters | By: Michael Romer | May 21, 2018: Traditional wastewater treatment plants can suffer from a range of ...
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Smart Watering Reduces Heat At Adelaide Airport:

Sustainability Matters | By: SA Water | GPE – May 22, 2018: A trial conducted by SA Water and Adelaide ...
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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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The Fog Catchers Conjuring Water Out Of Moroccan Mist:

Reuters | By: Valeria Cardi | May 17, 2018: Growing up on Mount Boutmezguida in southwest Morocco on the edge ...
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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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A Graphene Roll Out ~ New Scalable Production Method From MIT:

Massachusetts Institute Of Technology | By: Jennifer Chu | May 17, 2018: MIT engineers have developed a continuous manufacturing process ...
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Shell Joins Tesla Exec As Investor In Ice Storage:

Renewable Energy World | By: REW Editors | GPE – May 17, 2018: Shell Ventures this week co-led a $7.6 ...
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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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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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Virgin Hyperloop One ~ Building DevLoop:

HyperLoop One | May 14, 2018: Hyperloop is a new mode of transportation that moves freight and people quickly, safely, ...
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Centrica Trials Blockchain Energy Trading For Local Market:

Clean Technica | By: Jake Richardson | May 15, 2018: Centrica and LO3 have collaborated to put together a local ...
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Wind And Solar + Storage Prices Smash Records:

Clean Technica | By: Christopher Arcus | GPE – May 15, 2018: In a new report from Xcel Energy, the ...
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Elon Musk Harpooned Baseload Power:

Clean Technica | By: George Harvey | May 15, 2018: An article by RenewEconomy’s Sophie Vorrath and Giles Parkinson brought ...
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Can Sludge From Dams Turn Deserts Into Farmland?

Fast Company | By: Adele Peters | GPE – May 14, 2018: Afforest for the Future is one of a ...
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A Fluke Breakthrough Could Be The Missing Link For An Electric Car Age:

Wired | By: Amit Katwala | GPE – May 11, 2018: Soft contact lens technology could link renewables and the ...
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U.S. Drone Program Taps Apple, Passes Over Amazon, China’s DJI:

Reuters | By: David Shepardson & Jeffrey Dastin | May 09, 2018: Apple Inc soon will be capturing images of ...
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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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Stanford Researchers Announce Inexpensive Water-Based Battery To Boost Grid Storage:

Clean Technica | By: Steve Hanley | May 03, 2018: In the world of commerce, the three most important considerations ...
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Where Water Is Scarce, Communities Turn To Reusing Wastewater:

Yale Environment 360 | By Jacques Leslie | May 01, 2018: By 2023, Orange County, California’s wastewater treatment system will ...
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Navigating Drought ~ The App Saving Kenya’s Herders:

Al Jazeera | May 01, 2018: How pastoralists in southern Kenya are using satellite mapping technology to make informed migration ...
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California Water Board To Investigate Use Of Oilfield Wastewater To Irrigate Crops:

Circle Of Blue | By: Brett Walton | GPE – May 01, 2018: Expert panel will assess safety of eating ...
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Solar Ponds ~ Large Passive Solar Heat Collectors Relying On Brines (Used To Generate Electricity):

Clean Technica | By: James Ayre | April 29, 2018: Solar ponds are a type of passive solar energy technology ...
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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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Delivery By Drone Matures In Real-World Testing:

Aviation Week & Space Technology | By: Graham Warwick | GPE – April 29, 2018: In a suburb of Canberra, ...
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Solar Walls, Trombe Walls, & Passive Solar Heating 101:

Clean Technica | By: James Ayre | April 28, 2018: Solar walls, glazed solar collectors, and so-called Trombe walls are ...
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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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Stormwater Treatment With A Different Face:

Forester Daily News | By: Janice Kaspersen | GPE – April 26, 2018: Managing stormwater is usually a utilitarian function ...
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Fatberg ‘Autopsy’ Reveals Growing Health Threat To Londoners:

The Guardian | By: Nadia Khomami | GPE – April 26, 2018: Potentially deadly bacteria thriving in huge clots of ...
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SOURCE Hydropanel ~ Sunlight + Air = Water:

Zero Mass Water | By: Cody Friesen | GPE – April 22, 2018: At Zero Mass Water, we make exactly ...
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Moss Capable Of Removing Arsenic From Drinking Water Discovered:

Science Daily | By: Stockholm University | GPE – April 19, 2018: Summary: A moss capable of removing arsenic from ...
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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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Shell’s Sky Scenario ~ Solar Dwarfs Oil And Gas As World’s Primary Source Of Energy:

Greentech Media | By: Stephen Lacey | April 17, 2018: Shell, the world’s sixth biggest oil and gas company, just ...
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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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UK Scientists Use Graphene Filter To Make Dirty Water Drinkable:

Al Jazeera | By: Laurence Lee | April 15, 2018: Scientists in the city of Manchester have found a potential ...
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Facebook Fuels Broad Privacy Debate By Tracking Non-Users:

Reuters | By: David Ingram | April 15, 2018: Concern about Facebook Inc’s respect for data privacy is widening to ...
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Rural Electrification Minigrids To Become Investors’ New Darling:

Renewable Energy World | By: Dr. Thomas Hillig | April 12, 2018: Globally, around 1.2 billion people do not have ...
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ABB And Tigo Collaborate To Provide Worldwide Leading Inverter And Optimizer Solution:

Renewable Energy World | GPE – April 14, 2018: The new interoperability brings cost-effective module-level monitoring, safety, and optimization features ...
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