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Mexico City’s Incredible Highway Garden

Mexico’s Via Verde creates vertical gardens in cities – green spaces that generate oxygen, improve air quality, reduce urban heat islands and provide psychological benefits to highly populated cities. Architect...
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Adoption of Zero Emission Vehicle Program Will Drive Colorado’s Transition to a Clean Transportation Future

Influential investors and companies commend the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission today on their decision to adopt the Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) program and increase the number of electric vehicles...
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UK Water Companies Vow to Plant 11 Million Trees to Go Carbon-Neutral

Why Global Citizens Should Care Planting trees on a large scale is one of the most effective ways to fight climate change. Companies stand to play a leading role in...
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Blokable Secures $23 Million for Modular Housing that Promises Affordability

A third of U.S. renters are cost-burdened from housing and every state faces an affordable housing shortage. (Even rural renters feel the pain.) But in the commercial real estate world,...
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Revamped Wastewater for Agricultural Irrigation | Hong Peiying

Wastewater can be treated to irrigate crops, but it is energy-intensive and relies on chemical disinfection. Hong Peiying, Associate Professor or Environmental Science and Engineering at King Abdullah University of...
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100 Young Climate Champions Awarded ‘Green Tickets’ to Attend First Ever UN Youth Climate Summit

The United Nations today announced that 100 outstanding young climate champions chosen from around the world will receive support to participate in the UN Youth Climate Summit on Saturday, September...
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Off-Grid Solar Power Is Making Africa’s Emerging Economies A Little Brighter

In this photo taken on Monday Feb. 20, 2017, vegetable vendors ply their wares by the light of locally-made lanterns in Lagos, Nigeria. In Nigeria, for the cost of powering...
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New Solar Photovoltaics for Cities of the Future | Derya Baran

Growing populations in dense urban areas are creating a huge demand for energy, mainly for cooling. Derya Baran, Assistant Professor of Material Science and Engineering at King Abdullah University of...
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Unlocking the Medical Equipment Donation Ecosystem: Is a Blockchain Marketplace the Solution?

Every year hundreds of thousands of dollars of medical equipment is donated from hospitals in developed countries and sent to developing countries. In a previous NextBillion post, I highlighted how...
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Tackling Marine Plastic Pollution | Stephen Summers

Plastic is too important a resource to ban – but we need to tackle its ecological impacts, which include concentrating toxins and pathogens in the ocean which then enter the...
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Training the Brain’s Resilience to Mental Health Problems | Susanne Schweizer

The economic cost of mental health problems is increasing rapidly. Studies show psychological health is related to the ability to regulate emotions. Susanne Schweizer, Postdoctoral Fellow at University College London,...
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This Farmer is Saving the Jungle by Growing Food in it

Alexander Retana grows around 22 crops, from bananas to cacao. But his farm is nestled among the trees of the Costa Rican forest. Continue Reading: World Economic Forum | Agenda...
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