Will there Be Enough Water to Survive?

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Following 20 years of stable growth, Europe’s golf market experienced its first downturn in golfing activities in 2011. The decrease in the number of registered golfers can bepartially attributed...

 

The re-use of waste water consists of recovering the effluents originating from our domestic, industrial or agricultural uses. Nowadays, this water is processed at the treatment pl...

 

The properties of polyethylene make it a material that is used more and more in the world today. Discovered accidentally in 1933 by two chemists from the company ICI, the first ind...

 

By 2050, there will be 9 billion inhabitants on earth, with 80% living in an urban environment. Even with the anticipation of certain technological developments, traditional agricu...

 

We don’t need to remind ourselves of the challenges facing us in terms of the volumes and quality of water used, even in the areas that we believed were immune from shortages. In...

 

The available water resources in China are estimated at 2,350 m3 per person, i.e. one quarter of the global average. It is divided unevenly between the arid lands of northern China...

 

The reality of global warming has been proved beyond doubt and the rise in temperatures has been even more noticeable in urban areas. We are now talking about urban heat islands, w...

 

Located in the ​​industrial area of Caltagirone, Plastica Alfa is one of the most dynamic productive reality in the island. Established between 1975 and 1983 from the experienc...

 

Senninger Irrigation, Inc. brought citrus grove owners in Florida advanced irrigation technology in the 60s. Joe Senninger, a citrus grower near Orlando, developed the first insect...

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