$405 Million To Protect Water Infrastructure Against Extreme Weather Events In Fiji – CleanTechnica

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Dec 032017
 

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$ 405 Million To Protect Water Infrastructure Against Extreme Weather Events In Fiji
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At COP 23 in Bonn, the EIB announced new support to better protect water infrastructure against extreme weather events in Fiji. The $ 405 million 20-year EIB loan aims to strengthen the resilience of water distribution and wastewater treatment following

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Fracking’s use of water negates proclaimed benefits to society

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Nov 192017
 

use was made of the ensuing wastewater. Until fracking is water-neutral, or water use is replaced with a more abundant resource, fracking’s products will not make our lives “healthier and better,” to use Kafer’s words. Gene Drumm, Denver Submit a …
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Industrial Strength: How the U.S. Government Hid Fracking’s Risks to Drinking Water

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Nov 162017
 

The fracking provision, widely known as the Halliburton loophole … As a result, oil and gas drilling and production are exempt from laws regulating hazardous waste, chemical-laced runoff from well sites and toxic air pollution from well equipment.
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East Antarctica’s biggest glacier lost ice because of warm water and … – The Verge

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Nov 022017
 

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East Antarctica's biggest glacier lost ice because of warm water and …
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Totten Glacier is 'sort of the canary in the coal mine'
Wind Is Driving Rapid Melting in Antarctica's Biggest Glacier | WIREDWIRED
Antarctica's Winds Increasing Risk of Sea Level Rise from Massive Totten GlacierInsideClimate News
Wind may be driving the melting of East Antarctica's largest glacierScience News
Inverse –Phys.Org –HuffPost UK –Science Advances
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Oil spills into Jones Falls, causes sheen on Inner Harbor water

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Oct 252017
 

Yost added that BGE is “working closely with local and environmental authorities to ensure the leak is contained and full environmental remediation is complete.” The U.S. Coast Guard estimates that about 50 gallons of lube oil spilled from a stormwater …
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Fracking Water Treatment Equipment Market Competitive Dynamics & Global Outlook 2024

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Oct 072017
 

The wastewater from fracking operations should undergo water treatment in order to be reused, thus accelerating the fracking water treatment equipment market. Besides, the current conditions of the requirement of more water and water scarcity have made it …
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How deep water surfaces around Antarctica | Science News – Science News Magazine

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Sep 022017
 

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How deep water surfaces around Antarctica | Science News
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MELT OFF Off the coast of the western Antarctic Peninsula (shown), upwelling of relatively warm, deep water has been linked to the melting of ice shelves, which …

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How deep water surfaces around Antarctica – Science News Magazine

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How deep water surfaces around Antarctica
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That water is relatively warm and salty compared with other water in the ocean, so researchers could map its path upward and around Antarctica. Then, using simulations, researchers tracked virtual particles traveling in such deep water as it upwells

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wrecking ball: As Pruitt Guts Water Rules, EPA Will Allow Fracking Waste Dumping in the Gulf of Mexico

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Aug 282017
 

“Scott Pruitt, a Trump-appointee with close ties to polluting industries, the EPA is gutting environmental regulations with the explicit intent of maximizing fossil fuel production. He wants to allow fracking waste in the Gulf without understanding its impact.
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