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9 of World Expo’s stunning pavilions created via circular economy model
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9 of World Expo’s stunning pavilions created via circular economy model

World Expo in Dubai will feature stunning demonstrations of circular economy in action, via the way 9 of its pavilions have been constructed. From Italy’s composable elements and Belgium’s massive CO2-absorbing vertical garden to Austria’s ingeniously efficient cooling system, and more.

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Source: Gulf News
Drought risks becoming the next pandemic
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Drought risks becoming the next pandemic

At least 1.5 billion people have been directly affected by drought this century. Climate change is causing this to happen more frequently, severely and for longer. Drought is an emerging pandemic for which there will be no vaccine. Countries have to act urgently on water and land management.

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Source: The Guardian
Monitoring the world’s water, through technological innovation
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Monitoring the world’s water, through technological innovation

Water quality in rivers, lakes and oceans is suffering the effects of pollution, droughts, flooding, water extraction and more. Responding to this starts with knowing the details. Remote sensing, coupled with use of big data, Artificial Intelligence and other technological innovations can provide them.

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Source: VITO
Top 5 water purification technologies
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Top 5 water purification technologies

Global water treatment product manufacturers are exploring 5 state-of-the-art water filtration technologies: nanotechnology, acoustic nanotube technology, photocatalytic water purification technology, aquaporin Inside™ technology and automatic variable filtration technology.

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Source: Water Technology
5 amazing technologies that can prevent a global water crisis
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5 amazing technologies that can prevent a global water crisis

Water scarcity is among the top five global risks affecting people’s wellbeing. Traditional sources such as rainfall and groundwater are already being affected by climate change. In fact, supplies are shrinking as demand is growing. Technological innovations are needed to prevent a global water crisis.

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Source: The Conversation
One possible future of autonomous AI-driven agriculture
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One possible future of autonomous AI-driven agriculture

Agriculture accounts for over 70% of the global water use. With food demands only rising, managing water consumption is vitally important. While today the function of AI is mostly to inform farmers’ decision-making processes, machines will be able to operate autonomously in the near future.

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Source: The World Economic Forum