Thursday, 24 January 2013

Canadian Approach to Water Desalination Holds Great Potential


Toronto Star

Canada, the land of abundant fresh water, has little need for desalination technologies to quench the thirst of its citizens. This makes it all the more amazing that Canadians are behind some of the most innovative new approaches to taking salt out of seawater, the need for which is expected to rise substantially over the coming years. Details here.

From Walden Pond to the White House


Huffington Post - If you could do it nonstop, it would take you six days to walk from Henry David Thoreau's Walden Pond to President Barack Obama's White House. For the Sierra Club, that journey has taken much longer. For 120 years, we have remained committed to using every "lawful means" to achieve our objectives. Now, for the first time in our history, we are prepared to go further. Full story here.

PLT: It's about time!