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How GPS Mapping and Satellite Technology Help Reduce Deforestation

Having visibility into our supply chain and work on the ground is critical. That’s why Cargill is using satellite images to see what’s happening in landscapes around the areas from...
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Venice Canals Clear as Coronavirus Leaves City Tourist Free

The city of Venice is enjoying crystal clear waters in its world-famous canals due to a lack of debris from tourists and near-zero boat traffic under Italy’s ongoing coronavirus lockdown....
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Restore Soil to Absorb Billions of Tonnes of Carbon: Study

Restoring and protecting the world’s soil could absorb more than five billion tonnes of carbon dioxide each year—roughly what the US emits annually—new research showed Monday. Last year the United...
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Want to Drive Innovation? Bring Young and Old People Together

Pharmaceutical companies have long sought outside experts and insights to drive new ideas and innovation; Teaming talented students with retirees provides a new way to discover meaningful ideas and concepts...
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Eco Wave Power Successfully Completes Wave Simulation Testing

Onshore marine energy developer, Eco Wave Power (EWPG Holding AB) has successfully finalized the wave simulation testing of the fully integrated EWP conversion unit for its Jaffa Port expansion project,...
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Carlsberg’s Electric Trucks and Abu Dhabi’s Plastics Ban: The Sustainability Success Stories of the Week

ENERGY: Joint venture agreed for 200MW Ireland renewables project Ireland has a target in place to ensure 70% of its electricity production comes from the use of renewables by 2030, and...
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A Movement Grows to Help Farmers Reduce Pollution and Turn a Profit

In Chester County, Pennsylvania, about 40 miles northwest of Philadelphia, Beaver Run carves a triangular piece of bottomland as it turns east to join French Creek. A gnarled old American...
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How Clean Energy Boosts Climate Resilience for Island Communities

The Caribbean and its surroundings are on the front lines of climate change. The Bahamas, the archipelago that stretches over the crystal-blue waters between Florida and Cuba, have been battered...
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Learning From Social Enterprises Creating an Inclusive Circular Economy

Jobs are an important vehicle for social inclusion. They help us to feel valued and have a sense of purpose. They improve our quality of life and are a way...
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Wind and Solar Plants Will Soon Be Cheaper Than Coal in All Big Markets Around World, Analysis Finds

Building new wind and solar plants will soon be cheaper in every major market across the globe than running existing coal-fired power stations, according to a new report that raises...
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A Human-Machine Collaboration to Defend Against Cyberattacks

Being a cybersecurity analyst at a large company today is a bit like looking for a needle in a haystack — if that haystack were hurtling toward you at fiber-optic...
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Protecting Wetlands Yields Staggering Economic Benefit, Study Finds

Mangrove forests, marshes and seagrass beds protect inland areas from storm surges and strong winds. Over long periods, coastal wetlands like these build up sediment that mitigates sea level rise...
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