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· American hospitals are still segregated. That’s killing people of color. →
Making matter worse, these underfunded hospitals typically must deal with patients living in polluted, congested, and otherwise unhealthy environments who typically require more health care resources than the general population, not less.
· Corruption brought Lebanon to its knees. The explosion was a coup de grâce →
Before a plume of poisonous gas rose into the air from the chemical explosion, Lebanon’s waters and beaches were dangerously polluted.
· DOE identifies lorry dumping waste oil into drain in N. Sembilan →
NILAI, Aug 5 — The Negri Sembilan Department of Environment (DOE) has identified the lorry which was used to dump waste oil that polluted Sungai Batang Nilai, here, yesterday.
· The Energy 202: BP lays out plan to slash oil and gas production to meet climate goals →
“Some clean energy advocates once embraced gas as a ‘bridge fuel’ that could help economies transition from more polluting fuels, particularly coal, to renewables such as solar and wind power,” the LA Times reports.
· YC-backed Statiq wants to bootstrap India’s EV charging network →
“We felt the need to do something about the climate because we were living in Delhi and Delhi is one of the most polluted cities in the world, and India is home to a lot of the polluted cities in the world.
· New electric ferries have a test run on Bangkok’s klongs →
He ventured that once the operators replace their ageing, polluting diesel boats with electric vessels, the city’s network of klongs would potentially offer a clean alternative and have a marked impact on both traffic congestion and air pollution in Bangkok.
· Aqua Metals, Inc. (AQMS) CEO Steve Cotton on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
And just wondering if anybody's actually working on a design that would include smaller, less expensive, less polluting smelter to process 50% of the lead stream and then AquaRefining modules to process the rest.
· China pursues economic self-reliance as external risks grow, say advisers →
The current five-year-plan, which ends this year, focuses on moving away from traditional and polluting industries, boosting technological innovation, and building a moderately prosperous society.