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Turning Landfill Gas into Renewable Natural Gas

Landfill gas is created by landfills, which account for 16% of the human-caused (anthropogenic) methane emissions in America. This is not what many people worry about when they think of greenhouse...
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UK Halts All Fracking Operations in the Country

The UK government has issued an order halting all fracking operations in the country effective immediately. Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland already have measures in place against fracking. Government ministers...
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Have You Heard of Optoacoustic Imaging? This Is How It’s Saving Lives

Artificial intelligence can improve the quality of optoacoustic imaging, researchers report. This relatively young medical imaging technique can be used for applications such as visualizing blood vessels, studying brain activity,...
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US Supply Chain Alliance Joins Federal Initiative to Cut Food Waste in Half

An alliance representing major parts of the US food supply chain formed a new partnership with the USDA, EPA, and FDA to reduce food waste and loss by 50% by...
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Nasa & Uber Working on Our Urban Air Mobility Future

NASA and Uber are working to tackle the future of our urban air mobility (UAM) needs. The focus is on the future for city transport for both people and packages...
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Why Good Cybersecurity in Business Is Everyone’s Responsibility

Cybersecurity leaders are also business leaders, working to protect data without business interruption. But the complexities and magnitude of today’s cybersecurity challenges are daunting for many organizations and not every...
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Cities, Tribes Try a New Environmental Approach: Give Nature Rights

When members of the White Earth band of Ojibwe in Minnesota take out their canoes to harvest wild rice, they’re gathering a source of nourishment and following a tradition that...
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Dubai Has Taken 3d Printing to a Whole New Level – Literally

Record Holder Dubai is now home to the world’s largest 3D-printed two-story building. On Wednesday, officials in the city’s Warsan neighborhood unveiled the building, which is 9.5 meters (31 feet) tall...
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This Is How We Can Empower 8 Billion Minds by 2030

It’s 2030. Ajay lives in India. In his teens he experienced an episode of depression, so, as a new undergraduate, he was keen to sign up for a mental healthcare...
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A 2-Million-Year-Old Ice Core from Antarctica Reveals Ancient Climate Clues

Analyzing the oldest ice core ever retrieved in Antarctica, U.S. scientists have shown a correlation between atmospheric carbon dioxide levels and temperature as far back as 2 million years. The...
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Tesla Revives Its Clean Energy Business with New Version of Its Solar Roof Tiles

Tesla’s newly released version of solar roof tiles is promising to be a better green energy alternative. For one, it is easier to install than traditional shingles. Plus, these new...
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The Coolest Sustainability Innovations at Ecosperity 2019

From truly biodegradable plastic straws to lab-grown shrimp. Innovators presented their solutions for steering humanity towards a more sustainable future at the Ecosperity Showcase in Singapore. The solutions, which addressed ways to improve our...
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