Global Environmental Society

Despite introducing limits and incentives to cut water consumption by 25 per cent, drought-stricken California could run out of water in one year’s time. (Photo credit: John Weiss, flickr) 0

Even the ideas are drying up

California has yet to find a solution to its water crisis. Despite state-imposed measures to limit water consumption, residents are still wasting water as prices continue to remain low. As John Dyer in Boston...

India’s prime minister wants to put an end to the country’s alarming air pollution. (Photo credit :pangalactic gargleblaster and the heart of gold, flickr) 0

Modi pushes for clean air

India’s prime minister has called on his compatriots to change their lifestyles in order to curb the country’s dramatic air pollution. As Hilmar König reports from New Delhi, all older diesel vehicles will be...

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Sun for Africa

M-KOPA Solar sells solar energy systems in an unusual way: buyers pay each day by mobile phone, a move that makes green energy affordable for many. 175,000 home systems have already been installed in...

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Thirsty for Solutions

Tackling Global Water Scarcity Through Transboundary Governance Frameworks and Technology Transfer By Angel Versetti Water scarcity is a burning question. Less so for water-abundant or technology-savvy countries and much more so for water-deprived developing countries with little...

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has warned of plans to fire top managers in China because of poor sales of the Model S there. (Photo credit: Tesla) 0

Tesla struggles in China

California utility Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) plans to build 25,000 charging stations in the Golden State. A sign that it’s banking on the electric mobility market to grown considerably. But the situation appears...