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Research in Germany is Creating Sustainable Solutions in Ghana
DW.com

In the wilds of Ghana, herdsmen shepherd goats, sheep, and cattle and commonly allow their livestock to bathe in the same water source that 22% of Ghana’s population relies on. This leaves the population vulnerable to waterborne disease carried by livestock and imposes an urgent…

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Bringing Sustainable Foods to Los Angeles
Tal Pinchevsky

According to Feeding America’s “Map the Meal Gap” report, 1.5 million people in Los Angeles County do not have funds for sufficient amounts of food. The county has recently received assistance, as local food and beverage companies and restaurants are collecting food that would have…

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A New Solar-Powered Device May Be Able to Turn Air Into Water
Global Citizen

The Arizona based company Zero Mass Water is launching a hydro panel device called ‘SOURCE’ to pull water vapor from the air to create water. If successful, the program may be able to provide a dependable source of clean water for other countries without existing…

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Switching to Solar Power May Be the Solution to Saving Water
Global Citizen

According to Tianyi Luo, manager of the World Resources Institute (WRI), moving to clean energy not only cuts down greenhouse gas emissions but may also save water. Many Middle Eastern and Northern African countries have high-average solar and wind resources that could potentially assist them…

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Food Is Fueling Futures in Salt Lake City
Feeding America

At Edison Elementary in Salt Lake City, Utah, family school counselor Claudio Torres realized many children were coming to school hungry. The school then partnered with Utah Food Bank to host a mobile school pantry to help feed families in need. When children are fed…

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