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Some U.S. shale oil producers are recycling water to save costs and to protect resources, methods that may be needed in China if the country experiences a fracking boom.
Henry I. Miller says that over-zealous regulation is preventing plants' drug-making potential from being realized.
If we want the nonprofit sector to innovate, we need to acknowledge the gender gap between nonprofits and the private sector.
Sir Ken Robinson outlines three principles crucial for the human mind to flourish—and how current education culture works against them.
Food waste expert and environmentalist, Tristram Stuart, has had an unexpectedly big idea that could change the world.
Although many are among of the oldest in the world, cities in Africa, Asia, and Latin America are often defined as "chaotic." What can we learn from this apparent contradiction?
The Canada-U.S. auto pact of 1965 was a major milestone, but it is time for a renewed vision for Canada-U.S. automotive cooperation and for governments to get behind electric vehicles.
"We are in transition today from an age of surpluses to an age of scarcity," says Lester Brown. The reasons are manifold and include population growth, climate change, and water scarcity.
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