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January 21, 2022

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    Brookings

    Could 2022 be a year of hope for climate?

    There are obviously reasons to be worried: We are already seeing massive destruction from natural disasters and declines in biodiversity; and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) announced, last year, that global emissions kept rising to the point that meeting the 1.5 degrees Celsius target of the Paris climate agreement is a herculean task and almost impossible to meet? But I believe there is also plenty of ground to be hopeful that this year will be different.

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    The New York Times

    An Alabama Town’s Sewage Woes Test Biden’s Infrastructure Ambitions

    The new law allocates $11.7 billion for wastewater and stormwater projects. Will it get to the impoverished communities who need it most?

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    The Sustainability Times

    The Mekong Delta is sinking fast, but it can still be saved

    The Mekong Delta in Vietnam is a scenic region home to about 17 million people, but this economically vital area of the Southeast Asian nation is sinking fast. A primary reason: large swathes of land there have been poldered for agriculture and aquaculture.

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    Fast Company

    The Largest Battery Recycling Plant in North America Is About to Open

    It’s just one part of a shift to domestic battery production—and a way to mitigate the bad side effects from mining the minerals needed to electrify the economy.

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    Arch Daily

    Concrete Recycling Is Already a Reality

    Much has been said about circularity in the construction industry. Inspired by nature, the circular economy works in a continuous process of production, resorption and recycling, self-managing and naturally regulating itself, where waste can turn into supplies for the production of new products.

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    Inside Climate News

    Why the Luster on Once-Vaunted ‘Smart Cities’ Is Fading

    “Smart cities” built from scratch have so far failed to live up to their much-hyped promise. Some critics argue that rather than grafting a new city onto the landscape, it is better to integrate high-tech for clean, efficient energy and transportation into existing cities.

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