The Australian state of Victoria is looking into following its neighbours into implementing cloud seeding to help refill its dams, which currently average around fifty-percent full. Cloud seeding is a … [Read full article]
This guest post is the first of two guest posts from David P. Tusa, CEO and President of Sharps Compliance Corp.(Nasdaq: SMED), a leading full-service provider of cost-effective management solutions for … [Read full article]
In a first-ever “world-wide synthesis”, an international team of scientists has analyzed data on 23 “drivers of environmental stress” that impact the health and quality of the world’s major rivers. … [Read full article]
The global warming news I have to share this week transitions from the floods and fires we discussed last week to the issue of food and water (including how they … [Read full article]
Engineers at MIT–lead by Jongyoon Han–have developed a promising nano-tech system for separating charged salt ions from water, and which also separates out unicellular contaminants. But more challenges remain.
Millions of people in Bangladesh have been poisoned with arsenic, due to well-meaning efforts of international development groups. [social_buttons] Apparently, this is not a new problem or newly acknowledged problem, … [Read full article]
One in six people on the planet do not have access to safe, clean drinking water. Your tap water is fine. Worried it isn’t? Get it tested. If it turns … [Read full article]