Archive for author: Gabriel Bordini


Seychelles exploring installation of man-made reefs to protect from coastal erosion

UK Government joins partners to sign Heads of Terms agreement for Scotland’s three island areas. (Seychelles News Agency) – Seychelles, in...

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Italy Introduces Covid-Free Islands To Save Summer Tourism

Fancy the idea of traveling to a small island in Italy this summer? In the effort to contain the impact of coronavirus on the summer season, the count...

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Stromness locally, the second-most populous town in Orkney, Scotland.

Islands Growth Deal worth £335 million signed

UK Government joins partners to sign Heads of Terms agreement for Scotland’s three island areas. Today [17 March 2021], UK Government Minister f...

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Falkland Islands Government publishes legal framework for Environment Trust

The Falkland Islands Government this week published the legal framework to establish the Falkland Islands Environment Trust: a mechanism designed to c...

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Ramzi Mansour, Hawaii County’s new environmental management director, says it makes more sense to recycle water at less cost at the Kealakehe Wastewater Treatment Plant in North Kona.

Big Island Scales Back Plans For Recycled Water

The lower category of recycled water could still be used on golf courses and for some types of farm irrigation. Hawaii County’s Department of Envi...

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Tesla partners with nickel mine amid shortage fears

Tesla has decided to become a technical partner in a nickel mine – which is needed for lithium-ion batteries that power electric cars. Elon ...

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Shetland electric cars can now be fuelled purely by the power of the sea

Cars in Shetland can now be fuelled purely by the power of the sea, in what is believed to be a first for the UK. Nova Innovation’s tidal turb...

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How Jamaica Is Rebuilding Its Economy Using Sustainable Bamboo

When David Stedeford, a UK-born paper-manufacturer vacationed with his family in Jamaica several years ago, his expert eye quickly noticed the agricul...

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How Debt and Climate Change Pose ‘Systemic Risk’ to World Economy

With dozens of countries struggling to manage both staggering debt and mounting climate disasters, some financial leaders are calling for green debt r...

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GTI prepares the ground to originate new innovative projects and coalitions for regional, national, EU and international tenders

GTI Observatory holds first session of task force meetings, setting the scene to capture funds from Next Generation EU and national recovery plans, wi...

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