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Airborne potable water can banish thirst

6 September, 2018 – Airborne potable water straight from the atmosphere could provide a lifeline for arid regions, with the use of commonly available chemicals.

Small modular reactors have little appeal

27 July, 2018 – The last hope of the nuclear industry for competing with renewables is small modular reactors, but despite political support their future looks bleak.

Smarter renewables open up new markets

9 July, 2018 – The need to stop global warming in its tracks has spurred the growth of two smarter renewables that are helping to reshape the electricity industry.

Disputes loom as cooler waters tempt fish

20 June, 2018 – As cooler waters tempt fish to escape growing warmth, international agreements on fishing rights become outdated, heightening tensions between states.

Boost planned for global climate treaty

1 May, 2018 – The future of the global climate treaty could hang on the outcome of talks under way in Germany aimed at turning its promises into action.

Nuclear power firms woo Middle East

4 April, 2018 – Middle Eastern countries are welcoming nuclear power firms promising to meet their energy needs, while most of the world worries over reactor costs.

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