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Scientists Have ‘Hacked Photosynthesis’ In Search Of More Productive Crops

There’s a big molecule, a protein, inside the leaves of most plants. It’s called Rubisco, which is short for an actual chemical name that’s very long and hard to remember....
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The Top 10 Geothermal Countries 2018 – based on installed generation capacity (MWe)

    As with every beginning of the year, we are publishing an up-to-date list of the Top 10 geothermal countries year-end 2018. United States – 3,639 MW – with...
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Why organic farming can help feed the world sustainably

Why organic farming can help feed the world sustainably Meeting SDG2 is about more than just ramping up food production, says the Soil Association’s Sarah Compson Support for organic and...
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If you monetized all the plastic garbage in the world, here’s what you could buy

This year, I served on the judging panel for The Royal Statistical Society’s International Statistic of the Year. On Dec. 18, we announced the winner: 90.5 percent, the amount of...
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Solar, thermal… Spain’s historic hotels go green

Spain’s state-owned chain of paradores, the grand hotels often housed in ancient castles and monasteries, has announced that all 97 of its establishments will use only electricity from renewable sources...
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9 Renewable Energy Highlights of 2018

2018 should instead be remembered for the surge in momentum toward a clean energy economy. Here are nine storylines that caught my attention this past year and help illustrate the...
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Event: Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week 2019

Under the theme, ‘Industry Convergence: Accelerating Sustainable Development,’ ADSW 2019 will explore how industries are responding to the digital transformation underway in the global economy, which in turn is giving...
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Could a Seaweed-Eating Microbe Help Solve the Ocean Plastic Crisis?

The use of traditional plastics poses a major threat to the world’s oceans: If current trends continue, plastics will outnumber fish by 2050. But the oceans might also contain the...
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Schools urged to eliminate single-use plastics by 2022

  Schools are being encouraged to set themselves the target of eliminating their reliance on single-use plastics by 2022. The education secretary, Damian Hinds, has urged headteachers in England to...
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Simple tips to reduce single-use plastic

  In recent years, it has become more and more clear that single-use plastics are having a devastating impact on the environment — especially on the oceans. And, if we don’t start...
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Collecting clean water from air, inspired by desert life

COLUMBUS, Ohio–Humans can get by in the most basic of shelters, can scratch together a meal from the most humble of ingredients. But we can’t survive without clean water. And...
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Samson Ogbole is a Nigerian farmer who wants to bring aeroponics to the world

Samson Ogbole is a Nigerian farmer who is trying to solve the problem of land shortages in his native country. Nigeria’s population has now reached 190 million, but there isn’t...
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