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For decades, rapid desertification and erratic rainfall had made guaranteeing water security nearly impossible in Israel. Sullied lakes and plummeting water tables led to one agricultural collapse after another and, having tapped most freshwater resources dry, people were growing desperate. The country had tinkered with desalination in its very … [Read more...] about What’s the Deal with Desalination?
Depending who we talk to, our Audi eTron is a week or two away. According to our My Audi account updates the vehicle is still in transit, however the dealer has told us that it has arrived in the US and is waiting for transport to the dealership. Either way, glad that we got the ball moving a few weeks ago with Have Power to get our EV Charging … [Read more...] about Prepping For The Arrival Of Our Audi eTron
Despite repeated warnings, the majority of Americans still see climate change as a distant threat. Less than one-third of Americans feel that climate change is an urgent issue, even as the scientific community projects that humanity has just 10 years to avert catastrophic warming. But even as most of the US remains resilient to the … [Read more...] about American Climate Refugees Are An Early Warning For The Nation
Miami is the poster child for the future of coastal cities in a world where the climate is changing rapidly. Many areas of the city regularly experience shin-high water on sunny days at high tide – and sea level rise has barely begun. The waters around South Florida have risen just four inches in the past 25 years, but scientists expect … [Read more...] about Climate Change is Driving the Next Wave of Gentrification