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Technological fix

On March 23, 2016 By


A list of articles on the technological fix


China[s biggest solar farm   read more here

South Africa Solar Energy    read more


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Scientists studying satellite data have discovered that depletion of groundwater supplies is much greater than previously thought.

The areas most at risk are spread around the globe, […]

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Water Wars?

On June 12, 2013 By

Ethiopia has refused to halt work on a giant dam across the River Nile.

The Grand Renaissance Dam will cost more than £2.8 million and will be Africa’s […]

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Mississippi River Problems

On December 15, 2012 By

The Mississippi is one of the worlds most managed rivers.  It is also one of the busiest economic transport routes.

The river has become a vitally important aquatic […]

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Thanks for this Rosie – I hope others find it useful – more contributions welcome!

The river known as the Ganges is officially and popularly […]

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On May 17, 2012 By

More resources for Edexcel Unit 3 – Himalaya.

Firstly the url for a BBS article on water problems in Bhutan – thanks to Danny O’Callaghan for this link –

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A report by an Indian based Strategic Foresight Group has said that there is a major catastrophe in the making.

Water scarcity and effects like desertification and […]

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