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  • Cities stem the tide of polluted water

    Cities of all sizes are tackling their water pollution problems, such as stormwater runoff and sewage overflow, by employing green infrastructure and design -- and they will save money as a result, according to a peer-reviewed report released by the ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • A rising tide for new desalinated water technologies

    The global desalinated water supply will grow at a CAGR of 9.5% over the next decade, reaching 54 billion m3/year (cubic meters per year) in 2020 – 54 trillion liters/year – or triple what it had been in 2008, according to a new report from Lux Research entitled “Desalination’s Future Champions.” According to Lux’s analysis, the demand for desalinated water will foster a rising wave of new water ...


    By Lux Research

  • Turning the tide on Europe`s oceans and seas

    A new report published today paints a worrying picture of Europe's seas. The Commission's analysis, which will be presented at the "Healthy Oceans – Productive Ecosystems" (HOPE) conference in Brussels on 3-4 March, shows a marine environment that will require urgent efforts to reach good status by 2020. Environment Commissioner Janez Potočnik said: "The message is clear: Europe's seas ...

  • Turning the tide on Europe`s Oceans and Seas

    A new report published today paints a worrying picture of Europe's seas. The Commission's analysis, which will be presented at the "Healthy Oceans – Productive Ecosystems" (HOPE) conference in Brussels on 3-4 March, shows a marine environment that will require urgent efforts to reach good status by 2020. Environment Commissioner Janez Potočnik said: "The message is clear: Europe's seas ...


    By Europa Press Room

  • Research and Markets: Rising Tide of Marine Energy

    Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/d6qgw4/rising_tide_of) has announced the addition of GlobalData's new report "Rising Tide of Marine Energy - The UK Focus on Being a Pioneer in Marine Energy Development" to their offering. Rising Tide of Marine Energy - The UK Focus on Being a ...


    By Research and Markets

  • Automation scheme holds back the tide to improve flood protection

    The River Ritec flows towards Tenby, where it discharges via a 780 metre culvert/outfall system that passes beneath a railway embankment and sand dunes to discharge into the sea below typical low tide level. There is a history of flooding upstream of the culvert which imposes a restriction on the discharge of flows from the river catchment area during high river flow events. This is particularly ...


    By Rotork

  • Small but Mighty Canadian E&P Companies Driving Rising Tide of Corporate Consolidations in Canadian Market, IHS Says

    Driven by buyers with a desire to secure lucrative, oil-weighted assets in prime plays and sellers seeking to optimize profitability and generate cash-flow to fund new investments, corporate upstream merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions for small Canadian exploration and production (E&P) companies have increased significantly during the first part of 2014, as compared to the same ...


    By IHS

  • Global Marine Energy Market Analysis to 2020 - Capacity, Generation, Regulation and Market Share Analysis now available at ReportsandReports

    Dallas, TX: ReportsandReports announce Japanese Global Marine Energy Market Analysis to 2020 - Capacity, Generation, Regulation and Market Share Analysis Market Research Report in its Store. Browse complete Report at ...


  • P&G Shares Data, Results and Analysis Tool from Supplier Scorecard

    The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE:PG) today announced that its environmental sustainability scorecard analysis tool would be made freely available for use by any company. The Excel-based tool enables companies to measure and interpret key environmental sustainability metrics across their supply chains and identify progress as well as opportunities for ...

  • Marine Power (Wave and Tidal) - Installed Capacity, Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE), Profiles of Technology Developers and Key Country Analysis to 2030

    Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Marine Power ...


    By ReportLinker

  • Human intervention in water levels has greater impact on river deltas than sea level rise

    The rise in the sea level is not discernible in trends of extreme water levels, so a study by Wageningen University, Utrecht University and Nanjing University reveals. When it comes to extreme water levels in the Dutch delta, the effects of sea level rise were found to be negligible compared to the impact of human interventions. Worldwide, river deltas are exposed to a rise in sea level and ...

  • Top 10 Emerging Oil Storage Market Forecasts to 2016

    ReportsnReports.com adds "Top 10 Emerging Oil Storage Markets - Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Capacity Forecasts to 2016" new market research report to it store. With the advent of issue of energy security, the oil storage industry globally, is gaining importance. Increasing need for energy security and higher domestic demand for oil and refined products are encouraging more ...


  • A setback for tidal power in Nova Scotia

    Nova Scotia-based OpenHydro will begin the process of raising a 400-tonne, six-storey water energy turbine from a text site in the Bay of Fundy, home of some of the most awesome and powerful tides in the world. Earlier this month, the two companies discovered that the harsh ocean environment had broken two of the turbine"s blades. The massive 1-megawatt machine is now scheduled to be removed ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Global e-waste crisis is worsening

    The consumer electronics revolution of recent years, for all its benefits, has also yielded an environmental blight in the form of e-waste - obsolete electronics equipment whose toxic materials and sheer volume are placing a strain upon solid waste management systems worldwide. According to a new report from Pike Research, the e-waste crisis will worsen over the next several years until 2015, ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Chieftain Metals' Proposed Tulsequah Chief Mine Fraught With Risks and Uncertainties Says New Report

    A report released today by Rivers Without Borders demonstrates that Chieftain Metals' Tulsequah Chief mine proposal is fraught with financial risks and uncertainties. The report documents the involvement of some of Chieftain's executives in bankruptcies and questions the reliability of mineral and cost estimates. The analysis also discusses potential permitting and construction delays, ...


    By Marketwire

  • Students´ Science Research Projects Contribute to Policy Considerations

    High school students from across the United States explored real policy challenges in a national environmental research contest. Validating the existence and distribution of lunar tidal waves, developing the first spatial ecology model of cape vultures, and establishing the correlation between wildfires and surface ozone were the focal points of the top entries of the 2013 Thacher Environmental ...

  • Mangroves Provide Measurable Risk Reduction Benefit to Coastal Communities from Storm Waves and Flooding

    Zoological Society of London, United Kingdom, 6 November, 2014: A new guidebook on mangroves as a coastal defence finds that mangroves can reduce risk from a large number of coastal hazards. The role of mangroves in coastal defence has been widely promoted since the tsunami that struck South-East Asia in 2004. Yet, the level of protection provided by mangroves has been subject to debate. The ...


    By Wetlands International

  • Reports show major potential for wave and tidal energy

    The U.S. Department of Energy has released two nationwide resource assessments showing that waves and tidal currents off the nation's coasts could contribute significantly to the United States' total annual electricity production. The new wave and tidal resource assessments, combined with ongoing analyses of the technologies and other resource assessments, show that water power, including ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • From ‘Extreme’ to ‘Mean’ – Nuisance flooding will become the norm

    It was a pre-Christmas message that many U.S. residents living in coastal areas did not want to hear. By 2050, a majority of these coastal areas are likely to be threatened by 30 or more days of flooding each year due to dramatically accelerating impacts from sea level rise. This according to a  ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Installed Submarine Electricity Cables Will Surpass 300 Worldwide by 2023

    Demand for high-voltage submarine electricity cables is growing steadily, as countries and regions make commitments to offshore renewable power generation, link remote landmasses, and interconnect their national grids. As cable technology advances, more projects are being proposed that require longer, deeper, and higher-capacity cables. Click to ...

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