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Sustainability of Our Groundwater Aquifers

Aquifers supply about 20% of the world's fresh water. Research data shows how we can track which aquifers are sustainable and which are in danger.
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How Kickstarter Helped Influence Eco-Friendly and Sustainable Businesses

Kickstarter was already revolutionizing the process for entrepreneurs, inventors, and artists. Then it introduced a focus on sustainability.
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Could Nuclear Energy Play a Vital Role in Slowing Climate Change?

It would seem that clean nuclear energy could be a real alternative to dirtier fossil fuels that are warming our planet, but will countries and communities see it the same way?
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Should Executive Compensation Be Tied to Sustainability Goals?

There are numerous examples of companies tracking towards meaningful sustainability goals, but would aligning executive compensation to these goals make them more successful?
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Exercise Is Good for Your Mental Health, but Don’t Overdo It

Exercise carries known mental health benefits, but there is such a thing as too much exercise.
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What Happened to the Ozone Hole?

Humanity is capable of changing the trajectory of environmental disasters. The ozone hole is a great lesson in this.
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Is Sustainability Sustainable?

Is our progression linear? Do we have to run out of resources? Or can technology help meet and even exceed our needs?
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AI Tool Could Replace Animal Testing for Chemical Submissions

One of the great benefits of technology is its potential to reduce suffering. Testing new products on animals is a very controversial subject which can draw loud and reasonable debate
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Stop Using Plastic Bags for Commerce!

There's a fourth R after Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle: Refuse.
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A Different Angle on Sustainable Cattle Farming

The ramifications of cattle farming are more complicated than most of us are aware.
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VR Tech Must Tackle Inclusion

When advances are sought after that make human-computer interaction accessible to everyone, we all benefit from that inclusivity.
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The Trauma of the Human Soul

Trauma bruises one's soul, but also tells of an epic battle that shows one's bravery and strength.
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What’s Next for the Church?

One thing is for sure: things will never be the same. And while we are all in the same boat, trying to navigate uncharted seas, we need to seek the insights and experiences of those who have years of “seafaring” experience.
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