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Technological fix

On March 23, 2016 By

 

A list of articles on the technological fix

Energy

China[s biggest solar farm   read more here

South Africa Solar Energy    read more

Water

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If you live in a slum in Manila, you pay more for your water than people living in London.”

Much of the world lives without access to clean […]

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How will freshwater for human consumption be affected by climate change?

Constituting just 2% of the globe’s water is freshwater.  Global warming will impact on the water […]

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UK’s Wettest Winter Ever

On February 20, 2014 By

In the UK, we have had the wettest winter ever recorded (according the the Met Office) since records began in 1910.

We have had 486.8mm of rain between 1 […]

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Water availability around the world is of massive importance but a high proportion of countries and continents around the world struggle to provide it. Chief amongst which is […]

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Scientists have stated that vast reservoirs of groundwater exist under the surface of much of Africa.

Across the continent 300 million people are thought to suffer from a […]

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Severn Trent Water is in talks with Anglian Water about selling their water to supply the homes of drought hit England. The deal would mean Severn Trent […]

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World Water Day

On March 22, 2012 By

Water is generally seen as a renewable resource.  However if demand out strips the availability, it becomes a locally finite resource!

Water is essential to food security, and essential for a basic standard […]

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