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https://time.com/5601124/indian-school-students-plastic-waste-tuition

 
7th February 2020 by Prof.(Dr.) Sa... 0 Comments
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IdeaSpies meets Centre for Optimism: Join the Webinar
3 March at 7pm, Join the webcast as Idea Spies Lynn Wood and Glenn Barnes talk to Victor Perton and Robert Masters
6th February 2020 by VictorPerton 1 Comments
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CloudFisher: Converting Fog Into Drinking Water
CloudFisher was created by Aqualonis, it could allow people living in coastal or mountainous areas to convert fog into safe drinking water. This water can also be used to irrigate crops or forestry efforts.It's made from a 3D mesh that can withstand high wind speeds, while still retaining water. It comes in a variety of sizes, to suit individual needs or the needs of entire villages.
6th February 2020 by Prof.(Dr.) Sa... 1 Comments
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Sending airships to the stratosphere
SCEYE  is opening up access to the stratosphere using helium filled airships. The stratosphere offers all the benefits of space orbit flight, yet is close enough to carry large payloads of off the shelf equipment, at an altitude of 20km (65,000 ft).The possibilities are endless...There are numerous humanitarian applications, like providing last-mile connectivity and monitoring human trafficking, illegal fishing, and real-time climate emissions.What would you do??
3rd February 2020 by JennyM 2 Comments
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Are you a Rat? If yes, you should be an intelligent optimist!
Promoting its new commorative coin, The Royal Mint said "If you were born in the Year of the Rat, you are in good company. Wi
2nd February 2020 by VictorPerton 0 Comments
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https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/digitaliberties/land-rights-bushfires-and-indigenous-rights-online/

 
1st February 2020 by VictorPerton 0 Comments
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