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How a Massive Wall in Antarctica Could Hold Back Sea-Level Rise – Live Science


Live Science

How a Massive Wall in Antarctica Could Hold Back Sea-Level Rise
Live Science
Glaciers are mighty rivers of ice that can carry boulders on their backs and grind valleys into rugged mountain ranges. But now, scientists say that humans might need to think about trying to engineer these formidable forces of nature. Propping up
An Unforeseen Climate Beast Awakens!Dissident Voice

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African countries fighting back against illegal fishing – SeafoodSource (blog)


SeafoodSource (blog)

African countries fighting back against illegal fishing
SeafoodSource (blog)
One in four fish in Africa is still caught illegally, despite the efforts of many African nations to overcome the problem. According to the organization Stop Illegal Fishing, an independent non-profit based in Africa dedicated to ending illegal fishing

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Penguins swim to Antarctica and back from New Zealand – The Hindu


The Hindu

Penguins swim to Antarctica and back from New Zealand
The Hindu
Each year in December, penguins with long blonde eyebrows swim away from the shores of New Zealand for a two-month marathon swim halfway to Antarctica and back. The breathtaking distance was recorded by researchers, who for the first time managed …

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Blockchain: The Internet Of Assets Reminds Us To Look Back At Industrial Revolutions

Although contributions to digitalization debates often address imminent risks, I would actually like to focus on the opportunities. It is notably the renewable energies which stand to profit from these opportunities  —  which I refer to as financial real asset investments. Just like the “Internet of Things,” the “Internet of Assets” combines the virtual and real worlds. It is the FinTechs (financial technologies) which are seizing upon the opportunity to disrupt the structures of the financial industry — which have been the status quo since the last industrial revolution of the 19th Century

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UPDATE 2-Indonesia pushes back coal, palm oil insurance rules to Feb 2019

JAKARTA, July 26 (Reuters) – Indonesia’s trade ministry has decided to postpone for six months the application of rules requiring coal and crude palm oil export shipments to use Indonesian insurance, …

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UK Government Won’t Back Swansea Tidal Lagoon Project

The UK’s Business Secretary Greg Clark announced on Monday that the Government will not back the £1.3 billion, 320 megawatt (MW) Swansea Tidal Lagoon project in Wales, a move which has been described as “deeply disappointing” given the “massive potential” tidal lagoons have for providing clean electricity. 

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From D.C. To Tesla … & Back To D.C? Sam Jammal On Clean Energy & Job Creation

Sam Jammal launched a campaign for Congress in order to bridge the gaps he sees between the cleantech industry and Capitol Hill. He’s currently running for Congress in California’s 39th district

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Big Oil is back to making billions

A fracking site is situated on the outskirts of town in the Permian … Total have all announced significant offshore discoveries in recent months, in the Gulf of Mexico and North Sea, and off the coast of Guyana.” The backdrop: “The White House said …

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Autonomous Driving For More Than 700 Miles Back Home From rEVolution 2018 In Amsterdam

Enthusiasm for the fully electric future of mobility was one of the core elements of the rEVolution conference in Amsterdam on March 13. More than this: It was sort of like a little Woodstock for e-mobility. Yeaaaah! Great music, thundering sound, and the two hosts, Monica Araya and CleanTechnica Director Zachary Shahan, entering the stage like pop stars for their picturesque welcome

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British Army’s Ice Maiden team fly back from Antarctica triumph – Telegraph.co.uk


Telegraph.co.uk

British Army's Ice Maiden team fly back from Antarctica triumph
Telegraph.co.uk
A team of British soldiers who became the first female group to cross Antarctica using muscle power alone have flown back to the UK saying they hoped their exploits would encourage others to push themselves physically and mentally. The six woman team

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