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July-September 2018 (ONE)

In this number the following articles are present:

India’s third way (Jez Abbott (ONE team))

From death came life. Cremation, a traditional ceremony for the 8.5 million Hindus dying each year in India, is emotionally and environmentally fraught. An estimated...

The Allam Cycle fires up (Toby Lockwood (ONE Team))

Last April the town of Laporte, Texas, was the setting for what could prove to be a turning point in the losing battle against carbon...

Environmentalism 4.0 (Eusebio Loria (ONE Team))

Global leaders at the latest World Economic Forum 2018 Meeting in Davos were talking about “the Fourth Industrial Revolution”, the drastic changes that technology, Artificial...

The true carbon footprint of photovoltaic energy (Alice Masili (ONE team))

The sun is an inexhaustible energy resource to generate electricity apparently without toxic pollutants or effects on global warming. Certainly, solar energy systems (photovoltaics, solar...

Pleistocene Park: protecting the future by returning to the past (ONE Team)

It is a well-known fact that burning fossil fuels causes the buildup of greenhouse gases which leads to global warming. This results in melting permafrost...

Cockatoo Island (ONE Team)

Located in Sydney Harbour, Australia, Cockatoo Island, between 1839 and 1869, operated as a convict penal establishment, for convicts who had re-offended in the colonies....

From Australia to El Salvador to Vietnam, the environment is finally getting its day in court (Anna-Catherine Brigida)

When the improper disposal of wastewater from the construction site of a joint shopping center and apartment complex threatened to contaminate hundreds of residents’ water...

These are the world’s most innovative cities, and here’s why (Jeremy Kelly)

Innovation is seen as a key ingredient for successful cities in the 21st century economy, as new technologies constantly emerge to disrupt the status quo....

Amid High-Tech alternatives, a reckoning for Iceland’s glacier keepers (Gloria Dickie)

A 30-meter, Komelon-branded measuring tape, a pencil, and a yellow paper form are all Hallsteinn Haraldsson carries with him when he travels to the Snaefellsnes...