Sustainable Development

This Is Not About Gentrification: A Pie Shop Reviving An Anfield Street

As Liverpool FC’s Anfield stadium gleams in the April sunshine, the abandoned, steel-shuttered houses cowering in its shadow serve as a poignant reminder of the impac...

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Danish Beermakers Brewing Up Work For Autistic People

With its collection of small vessels and hoses, plain tiled floor and bags of malt, the workplace of People Like Us in Skippinge, Denmark, is a typical brewing scene.
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How To Stop Construction Companies From Choking Our Cities

Poor air quality, with diesel the biggest culprit, is now thought to be the cause of 40,000 deaths in the UK each year. But while cars and lorries have attracted most atten...

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Tiny Silk Batteries Dissolve Within Weeks

A flexible battery made of gauzy silk films could power electronics and then melt away after a preset number of days (ACS Energy Lett. 2017, DOI: 10.1021/acsenergylett.7b00...

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Germany Strikes Offshore Wind Deals, Subsidy Not Included

European governments have spent large sums of money in recent years subsidizing giant offshore wind projects in hopes of creating a clean source of energy that could eventu...

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This Device Pulls Drinking Water Straight Out Of The Air — And It Runs Entirely On The Sun’s Energy

A new kind of water-capturing device could be a game-changer for some of the world’s driest places. It can pull water vapor out of the air at humidity as low as 20 pe...

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Why Tiny Electric Planes And $25 Tickets Could Be The Future Of Regional Air Travel

Imagine taking your next trip of a couple hundred miles. New York City to Boston, for example. Or Houston to Dallas. Tampa to Miami. The obvious choice now might be to driv...

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To Deliver Sustainable Development, First Give Up On 'Growth'

The global economy has already outgrown the Earth, writes Jason Hickel. Yet even the UN insists that we need decades of continued economic growth to end poverty. The truth ...

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The secret of sustainable success

All over the globe, from traditional behemoths to smaller start-ups, companies are striving to be more sustainable and eco-conscious. This is not just about hitting flimsy ...

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France Becomes The First Country To Ban Plastic Plates And Cutlery

France has apparently become the first country in the world to ban plastic plates, cups and utensils, passing a law that will go into effect in 2020. Exceptions will be all...

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The State - Unflinching Drama on the IS death cult.

Somehow, we all agree to have squandered our hours away facebooking, but some people ...

September 18 2017

The Price we pay for ‘The Love of Chocolate’

Reporters have travelled across Ivory Coast where the main cocoa plantation business ...

September 18 2017

Om Shanti Om – What do the Millennials Say?

Youth not so inclined to bhajans and spiritual songs has been a problem for ages. But...

September 18 2017