How solar minigrids could brighten economic prospects for unserved millions in Africa

June 7, 2018 by  
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The demand from grain mills, water pumping, health clinics, barbershops and countless other businesses is there.

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How we can effectively shift to a global circular economy

June 7, 2018 by  
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Five ways that the world wastes so much stuff (and why it’s not just consumers’ fault).

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Majority of World’s Rivers in a State of Crisis, But Solutions Can Be Cheap

September 30, 2010 by  
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Photo by Wolfgang Staudt What happens when the rivers that 80% of our planet’s human population and countless species of animals rely upon, become sick beyond repair? And how, exactly, do we know when a river is suffering? A new report published in the scientific journal Nature is the first to look simultaneously at the range of stress factors impacting rivers’ health

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