Four-Year Drought Forces Cuba to Find Ways to Build Resilience

Four-Year Drought Forces Cuba to Find Ways to Build Resilience

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Four-Year Drought Forces Cuba to Find Ways to Build Resilience By Ivet GonzálezReprint |      |  Print | Send by email |En español A man rests while his horse drinks water from an almost dry stream near the village of Palenque, in the municipality of Yateras in the eastern province…

DEWA launches Green Dubai to empower customers to make sustainable decisions

DEWA launches Green Dubai to empower customers to make sustainable decisions

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DEWA launches Green Dubai to empower customers to make sustainable decisions By WAMReprint |      |  Print | Send by email DUBAI, Sep 3 2018 (WAM) – Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, DEWA, has launched Green Dubai, which includes three initiatives that will help make Dubai the smartest, happiest and…

How Guyana Must Prepare to Cope With the ‘Jeopardies and Perils’ of Oil Discovery

How Guyana Must Prepare to Cope With the ‘Jeopardies and Perils’ of Oil Discovery

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How Guyana Must Prepare to Cope With the ‘Jeopardies and Perils’ of Oil Discovery By Desmond BrownReprint |      |  Print | Send by email The Essequibo River is the longest river in Guyana, and the largest river between the Orinoco and Amazon. As oil production in Guyana is…

Scientists Warn of the Imminent Depletion of Groundwater in Chile’s Atacama Desert

Scientists Warn of the Imminent Depletion of Groundwater in Chile’s Atacama Desert

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Scientists Warn of the Imminent Depletion of Groundwater in Chile’s Atacama Desert By Orlando MilesiReprint |      |  Print | Send by email |En español Students from the rural school of El Llanito de Punitaqui, in the Atacama Desert in northern Chile, show the vegetables from the garden they irrigate…