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Apr 25, 2022

SOURCE Hydropanels make clean drinking water out of thin air

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This sustainable water technology represents a proven path to low-cost, safe, renewable drinking water.

Apr 25, 2022

Clean energy met a record-breaking 38 percent of global power demand in 2021

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Apr 25, 2022

German company BayWa r.e. will next month switch to a floating solar power plant it has built on a quarry lake

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a rapidly-installed, renewable technology it says could help wean the country off fossil fuels https://reut.rs/3JtuG6A

Apr 25, 2022

High-flying kites could power your home with wind energy

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Kitekraft discusses airborne wind turbines as well as the sustainability of kite-powered systems that are lightweight and have a lower carbon impact.

Apr 25, 2022

This massive bamboo structure is a low-tech sustainable AC alternative

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Credit: AREP Group

Apr 25, 2022

This superjumbo is the biggest plane Airbus has tested on sustainable fuel

Posted by in categories: sustainability, transportation

Apr 25, 2022

Volkswagen designed an adorable robot that can charge your electric vehicle on its own

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, sustainability, transportation

Apr 25, 2022

It contains a specially designed molecule that absorbs solar power

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Take a closer look at the power of renewable energy: http://ow.ly/OGHF50IQ2Bb

Apr 24, 2022

Survey: Trust in science is high, but misinformation is a threat

Posted by in categories: climatology, health, science, sustainability

Trust in science is rising worldwide, according to a 3M-backed survey released Tuesday, and more people expect it to solve the world’s problems.

But the fifth annual 3M State of Science Index also showed many are worried that misinformation could lead to more , greater societal divisions and lack of action on climate change.

“It’s really good to see that trust in is high, and that’s true in America and around the world, but misinformation threatens scientific credibility,” Jayshree Seth, 3M’s corporate scientist and chief science advocate, said in an interview. “It’s not simply a matter of communicating facts, data and evidence. We need to build that relationship with the public.”

Apr 24, 2022

We can now tell how much CO2 in the air is due to fossil fuel burning

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A way of distinguishing between natural carbon dioxide emissions and those from burning fossil fuels could help cities and countries monitor their progress in cutting emissions.

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