Rebewables/Energy/Resource/Water

Our climate is changing.

We are seeing more extreme weather events which could lead to increases in heavy rainfall and significantly increased risks from river and surface water flooding. A growing population means more houses, which means more people will be at risk. Over 5 million households and businesses in England – that’s 1 in 6 – are currently…
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Let’s get the solar rolling

Want to go off-grid? It’s not just the domain of latter day baby-boomers - popularity and demand for off-grid power systems is increasing alongside the growing appreciation for clean energy and, of course, the combination of significant advances in technology. People are opting to go off-grid for a variety of reasons: to self-generate; secure an…
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Do metropoles have more in common globally than domestically

In a recent trends report presented by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), learning from other cities could be the answer in overcoming city challenges. Whether a city resides in a developing country or not, there have always been similar struggles with the urbanisation of populations. Cities have always and will continue to face…
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Water, why worry?

What do pollution, climate change, industry, irrigation, population growth and life on Earth have in common? Water. Water was a pressing agenda topic this year at Davos, a pertinent and fundamental issue to the world’s growing population. In January, The World Economic Forum's Global Risks Report stated that the risk with the greatest potential impact…
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Rare Metal Age – Anthropocene

HOT ON THE heels of reports that Earth is now officially ‘experiencing’ the Anthropocene with the impact of humans highly likely to remain evident in geological deposits and future formations, comes news of a new age of Mankind: the Rare Metal Age. Did you know that over half of the elements known to Man are…
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