Water

The International Panel on Climate Change stated that, "Average Arctic temperatures have increased at almost twice the global average rate in the past 100 years."
This week on Bloomberg West, we feature AquaMost, a chemical-free wastewater treatment system that is used in natural gas fracking.
Peter Linquiti On Sound Coastal Policy
Peter Linquiti On Sound Coastal Policy
Planet Forward, GWU School of Media and Public Affairs
Following Hurricane Sandy's devastating blow to the East Coast, we ask the experts to discuss what rising sea levels have in store for the future of our coastal cities and towns. Is there a solution? Or should we just surrender to Mother Nature?... Read More
We address the innovative ideas for addressing limited water resources and sustainable water practices in Denver, CO and San Antonio, TX.
AquaMost is focused on providing bacterial and polymer remediation for the oil and gas industry. Its advanced technology delivers these benefits without the use of chemical feedstocks at competitive prices. The company’s systems use patented... Read More
Soulshine is a local restaurant in Oxford Mississippi that has found an innovative way to conserve water.
The George Washington University
Lawson Brigham, professor at University of Alaska Fairbanks and governor of the American Polar Society, answers the question "As climate change opens up new trade opportunities in the Arctic, how will populations be affected?".
Deutsche Welle
Floating Into the Future You know houseboats, you know cars that are build to swim or tanks. But can you image to live on water in a real house? That is reality for example in Nigeria, where the people of Makoko build their houses on stilts above... Read More
This week on Bloomberg West we featured an innovative water treatment project developed at Stanford University. The researchers are not only cleaning up our oceans, but they say they can produce energy from it, too!
Deutsche Welle
Calcutta, Shanghai, London - Low-lying cities will get into trouble if sea levels continue to rise. Ice masses at the poles melting due to global warming are a major reason. But not all ice on the planet is the same. Global Ideas Climate Expert... Read More

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