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The Great Coal-lapse

Written by Corporate Knights

In spite of any magical thinking, “beautiful, clean coal” doesn’t exist. Coal is the dirtiest fuel. It emits the highest proportion of carbon dioxide compared to other fossil fuels as well as other noxious substances such as sulphur dioxide, nitrogen … Read More

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FCC News Brief – July 16, 2019

Written by Florida Conservation Coalition

Read Florida must get ready to defend its waterways – “Nature is telling us something, but we’re still not listening. During last year’s “summer of slime,” toxic blue-green algae blooms befouled Lake Okeechobee and rivers across South Florida. A lingering … Read More

E-Wаѕtе Mаnаgеmеnt: Thе Bеѕt Way Forward.

Written by US Green Technology

The electronics industry hаѕ bееn the lаrgеѕt аnd fаѕtеѕt grоwing manufacturing induѕtrу in thе wоrld fоr mоrе than a decade. Cоnѕеԛuеntlу, advances in tесhnоlоgу hаvе givеn room fоr economic grоwth аnd соntributеd to a steady improvement in реорlе’ѕ livеѕ. Prеѕеntlу, … Read More

The Development of Ukweli Test Strips

Written by Engineers 4 Change

In 2015, researchers at Penn State noticed a curious way that some rural communities in sub-Saharan Africa were screening for diabetes. People would urinate on a flat rock, then monitor it to see if ants were attracted, indicating higher levels … Read More