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The Water–Employment–Migration Nexus

7 Mar 2019 Konstantina Toli

Water, employment and migration crises are posing rising risks globally. In parts of the Mediterranean, the situation on all three crises is alarming. Their link may not be obvious at a first glance, but it is becoming increasingly evident based on the hard evidence of realities on the ground. Exploring their causal relationships will provide […]

Circular  

The POWERSTEP Solution

6 Mar 2019 Christian Loderer & Christian Remy

Nearly 1% of the EU‘s electricity demand is consumed by wastewater treatment plants. POWERSTEP achieved an energy-neutral or even energy-positive wastewater treatment plant based on a combination of new concepts and optimized integration of available technologies, such as sewage sludge digestion and biogas valorization, at its six large-scale demonstration sites in Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Austria […]

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CityChangers, Are you in?

20 Feb 2019 Revolve

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Doñana: A Story of Destruction and Hope

20 Feb 2019 Martina Mlinaric

Flamingos soaring over shimmering water. The hum of crickets in the scorching heat of an Andalusian summer. An Iberian Lynx nursing its cub in a merciful patch of shade. For anyone who has visited or read of Spain’s iconic Doñana National Park, these are the images that come to mind.  But the underlying reality is […]

Transport  

Back to the future

21 Sep 2018 Pascal Smet

In the 1950s and 1960s, urban planners designed cities around cars. Brussels is a sad example of this: a beautiful city, torn by motorways cutting through neighborhoods. Belgium’s taxation policy over the last couple of decades has made the situation a whole lot worse. It is now more beneficial to live outside a city where […]

Energy  

Bad Plastics, Good Plastics

21 Jun 2018 Erik Solheim

The fact is that plastics are a miracle material and could even be the very thing that saves humanity from catastrophic climate change. The problem in our oceans isn’t plastics, it’s what we do with them. Over the years, we got lazy – creating an infinite number of singleuse, throwaway items like bags, drinking straws […]

Energy  

Unlocking Capital for Energy Access

21 Jun 2018 Revolve

SunFunder is a specialist finance company that has unlocked $62 million for solar enterprises from 2012-17. In doing so, it has experimented with a range of structures to increase investment – and discovered ways to help the sector scale-up to a long-term sustainable future, sourcing larger amounts of capital from commercial investors. The Energy Access […]

Energy  

Small Island Developing States

18 Jun 2018

SIDS are on the frontlines of climate change. Despite having done little to cause it, the effects of a warming planet are already beginning to adversely affect livelihoods and security for millions who call islands around the world home. Yet islands are nothing if not resilient, and their collective commitments to renewable energy are proof […]

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Water Loss Management in Muscat

21 Mar 2018 Ms. Manal Moosa AL-Bulushi

Water resources in Oman are exposed to manmade and natural threats such as tropical cyclones which are common in Oman, and water losses or Non-Revenue Water (NRW) through pipes leaks and other reasons. The water supply system in Oman is run by a government Public Authority for Electricity and Water (PAEW). The high values of […]

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