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Ecosystem Restoration Report 2022

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Summary This document provides recent reports on ecosystem restoration. Additional news and reports may be added to this page as they become available. 60 Minutes (23 Oct 2022) “Rebuilding an ecosystem in America’s grasslands” — The nonprofit American Prairie is working to restore the ecosystem full of bison, prairie dogs, and birds that once thrived… Continue reading Ecosystem Restoration Report 2022

Wildlife Habitat News 2022

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Summary This page offers general reports of wildlife habitat news and the condition of various species around the world. Additional news will be added over time. BBC News (13 Oct 2022) “Wildlife in decline by almost 70% since 1970, says report” — Animal populations across the world have dropped by almost 70% since 1970, according… Continue reading Wildlife Habitat News 2022

Green Energy Report 2022

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Summary This page provides an ongoing update with curated recent news, reports, and commentary about the state of green energy. Here we share some of the concerns shared by green energy proponents. Emerging technologies are assessed for their usefulness and long-term viability. Content is listed in chronological order with headings identifying source and date. Deutsche… Continue reading Green Energy Report 2022

Green Hydrogen Report 2022

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Summary This page offers some reports on the current status of hydrogen energy applications. Additional materials will be added over time. TED (14 Sep 2022) “How Green Hydrogen Could End The Fossil Fuel Era” — As climate change accelerates, finding clean alternatives to fossil fuels is more urgent than ever. Social entrepreneur Vaitea Cowan believes… Continue reading Green Hydrogen Report 2022

Rising Sea Levels 2022

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Summary In recent years, there have been some concerns about rising sea levels. This page provides the latest reports on this issue as of 2022 with some older reports for context. Additional materials will be added during the year. Content is listed in chronological order with the most recent at the top. Emphasis is placed… Continue reading Rising Sea Levels 2022

Small-Scale Solar 2022

Introduction There has been a rise of interest in small scale solar power systems. This has evolved in recent years and now we’re likely to see them become more commonplace. Here are a few factors that have driven the increased demand: BATTERY PACKS — Battery power packs have become widely used by those involved in… Continue reading Small-Scale Solar 2022

Wildfire News 2022

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Summary This page contains selected reports about wildfires which are mostly in the western United States. The reports are listed in chronological order with headings for the source news agency name. CBS Mornings (6 Sep 2022) “High temperatures, droughts fuel deadly wildfires across West Coast” — Record-breaking temperatures are fueling intense wildfires in Southern California… Continue reading Wildfire News 2022

Global Flooding News 2022

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This page provides a few video reports about world flooding and what people in different regions are doing to address the problem. Videos are posted in chronological order with the most recent at the top. Descriptions provided are from the source page on YouTube. Deutsche Welle (23 Oct 2022) “Nigeria grapples with catastrophic flooding” —… Continue reading Global Flooding News 2022

Water Scarcity News 2022

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This page provides a few video reports about water scarcity and what people in different regions are doing to address the problem. Videos are posted in chronological order with the most recent at the top. Descriptions provided are from the source page on YouTube. Some of the reports describe the drought which is a driving… Continue reading Water Scarcity News 2022

Privatizing Water as a Commodity – Scarcity of Natural Resources as Demand and Population Increases

Video About Water is fundamental to life, yet it’s also a scarce commodity. In many cases, greed and mismanagement are causing this life-giving essential to run dry. What happens when water is monetized? From Australia to California, from New York to London and Brussels, this investigative documentary tells the story of the global struggle over… Continue reading Privatizing Water as a Commodity – Scarcity of Natural Resources as Demand and Population Increases