The Solar Boom In The Middle East

There has never been a more exciting time for solar power in the Middle East, and this September the Intersolar Conference will bring together all the most important solar power stakeholders in the region. This historical energy hub is now tapping into its abundant sunshine as a path towards a clean, profitable and independent energy future. 

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What Hurricane Harvey Taught Us About Risk, Climate & Resilience

Hurricane Harvey has taught us many lessons, but the most valuable may be the oldest lesson of all, one we humans have been learning – and forgetting – since the dawn of time: how much we all have to lose when climate and weather disasters strike.

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What Effects Does Climate Change Have On Soil Health & The Future Of Food?

The health and vitality of soil everywhere, from the smallest backyard garden to the largest Midwestern farm, plays an integral role in food production – and it’s threatened by climate change.

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Are Bananas Safe in Diabetes?

Bananas are considered healthy fruits, but the amount of sugar in bananas can be worrying to some people, particularly those…

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LA Paints Its Streets White To Keep The City Cooler

While politicians elsewhere waffle on climate change, officials in Los Angeles are tackling the problem head on with a radical plan to lower the temperature of the city. Mayor Eric Garcetti intends to cut the average temperature in LA by 3 degrees F over the next two decades. As part of that effort, LA streets are getting a new coat of paint

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