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Process raw materials in Africa to benefit its people and environment

Process raw materials in Africa to benefit its people and environment

Africa should boost its economy and environment by processing its own raw materials, says leading environmentalist Wanjira Mathai.

Fiona Harvey reports for The Guardian.

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Recycling critical metals from electronics could ease mining impacts

Recycling critical metals from electronics could ease mining impacts

Recycling e-waste offers a vital alternative to mining for metals needed for green technologies, reducing environmental damage.

Maddie Stone reports for Grist.

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Future cities to harness power and resources from wastewater

Innovative technologies are transforming wastewater into drinking water, compost, and energy, revolutionizing urban resource management.

Matt Simon reports for Wired.

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Pandora now only sources recycled metals for its jewelry

This week, Pandora announced that it is now sourcing only 100-percent-recycled silver and gold for its collections. Is that as good as it sounds?

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‘We can get to zero deaths’: Phoenix heat tsar sees livable future for US’s hottest city

David Hondula, the heat expert leading efforts to make the city more comfortable, says every heat death can be prevented with the right resources.

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IEA celebrates energy transition minerals investment, as fears of shortage lessen

Supply of minerals critical to the energy transition could move close to levels needed to support climate pledges by 2030 after a surge in investment, the International Energy Agency said – provided all projects go as planned.

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Dead fish are popping up along beaches on the Texas Gulf Coast, officials say. Here's why

This week, Texas beachgoers along the Gulf Coast may have observed a startling sight along the coastlines: possibly thousands of dead fish washed up on the sand.

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