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Why Wind Power Is Not Living Up To Its Pollution Prevention Potential

Why Wind Power Is Not Living Up To Its Pollution Prevention Potential

Wind power doesn’t clean up as much pollution as it could, especially in communities of color and low-income neighborhoods, new research shows. The wind energy boom in the United States has already generated billions of dollars in health benefits. But the majority of that hasn’t trickled down to the communities that have historically been burdened …

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Brussels pinches its nose on the problem of wastewater pollution

Brussels pinches its nose on the problem of wastewater pollution

Press play to listen to this article Expressed by artificial intelligence. This article is part of POLITICO’s Global Policy Lab: Living Cities, a collaborative journalism project exploring the future of cities. Chapter 3 of the project is presented by Holcim. Hold your pee when it rains – Brussels can’t cope with extra sewage flows during …

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The potential of the 'game-changing' fentanyl vaccine for the opioid epidemic

The potential of the ‘game-changing’ fentanyl vaccine for the opioid epidemic

A to research A University of Houston-led team has developed a vaccine targeting the dangerous synthetic opioid fentanyl that could block its ability to enter the brain, eliminating the drug’s “high”. This groundbreaking discovery could have major implications for the nation’s opioid epidemic by becoming a relapse prevention agent for people trying to stop using …

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