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Entrepreneurs must focus on serving frontline populations

On Mar 3, 2020
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"Our society is facing two critical, inextricably linked threats: the changing climate, and the social inequality tied to our current economy." @elementalexcel https://t.co/Sgs6uMkMKp
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The world needs creative entrepreneurs operating at the nexus of community and climate to avoid worsening climate disasters and inequality.

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On Mar 3, 2020
@smartcitiesdive shared
"Our society is facing two critical, inextricably linked threats: the changing climate, and the social inequality tied to our current economy." @elementalexcel https://t.co/Sgs6uMkMKp
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Entrepreneurs must focus on serving frontline populations

The world needs creative entrepreneurs operating at the nexus of community and climate to avoid worsening climate disasters and inequality.

Entrepreneurs Tackling Climate Change: “Lawmakers around the world need to target single use plastics” With Bengt Rittri and Amine Rahal

Law makers around the world need to target single use plastic bottles in addition to other plastics such as plastic cups, drinking straws…

Key Takeaways to Know from the Global Environmental Outlook Report

UN Environment released the sixth edition of the Global Environmental Outlook (GEO6), its flagship report that provides the first comprehensive assessment on the state of our environment ...

The cost and confusion of cleaning PFAS contamination

A lack of federal regulations has left cities scrambling to understand the health risks of PFAS and the most cost-effective ways to get it out of drinking water.

We should look to nature for solutions to the global water crisis. Here’s why

Forget adding more grey, built infrastructure – to really go green, we need to incentivize farmers to stand back and let the Earth do the job of filtering our water supply.

The Year in Water, 2018

2018 was a tumultuous, eventful year in water.

Transitions to freshwater sustainability

These include mismatches between supply and demand; the continued failure to meet basic human needs for water and sanitation; expanding ecological degradation due to extraction of water ...

Drinking-water

WHO fact sheet on water: key facts, access to water, water and health

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Singularity University and the Water Global Grand Challenge

Exponential technologies are disrupting every aspect of the water sector. SU's Vice Chair of Global Grand Challenges, Darlene Damm, looks at how the SU community and faculty are working to ...