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Largest Ever Controlled Release of CO2 from an Underwater Pipeline Planned in the UK

DNV GL is conducting the oil and gas industry’s largest ever controlled release of carbon dioxide from an underwater pipeline at its Spadeadam Testing and Research Center in Cumbria, United Kingdom. The installation of offshore CO2 pipelines linked to depleted subsea gas reservoirs is a possible solution to mitigate CO2 emissions from power plants and […]

Veolia Desalination Technology Saves Masdar 25%, Reduces Footprint

Veolia’s desalination technology, in use at a pilot program for Masdar’s renewable-energy powered desalination plant in Abu Dhabi, has already lowered the electrical consumption performances by 7 percent compared to the contractual target initially required by Masdar. These energy cost savings can be added to those generated by a new pretreatment design, which can save […]

VoLTE Has Come a Long Way in a Short Time

Voice over LTE has come a long way in a couple of years. It now is at the center of operators’ infrastructure – and their plans.

Home security gateway runs Linux, features glowing orb

Dojo-Labs announced a Linux-based “Dojo” home security gateway that notifies users of security threats via a mobile app and a glowing orb.An Israeli startup called Dojo-Labs has launched $99 presales on its Dojo security device, with shipments due March 8. After the first year, yearly subscriptions cost an additional $99 per year. CEO Yossi Atias […]

Alphabet’s Nest Hires VP for Security, Services From Microsoft, AmEx

Alphabet, Google’s newfangled conglomeration, arrived in August, but we will not see its first financial figures until January, when the company reports two sets of earnings — Google and the “other bets.” Each subsidiary will not break out its own performance, but the earnings reports will offer some view into their costs and output. Before then, Re/code is unpacking […]

Energy storage becoming economical choice for utilities

The rapidly decreasing costs of battery energy storage systems (ESS) are driving a trend in the energy storage industry similar to that seen in solar PV over the last decade.That is according to Navigant Research, who says that the energy storage industry has been evolving at different paces and with a focus on different applications […]

Pebble-shaped Dojo offers easy, no-frills security for smart home devices

Silicon valley start-up Dojo Labs has created a device aiming to make the Internet of Things in homes around the world more secure.A team of security experts and hackers are the creative minds behind the Palo Alto-based company’s pebble-shaped device, designed to protect a smart home’s connected devices against ‘malware, viruses and cyber attack’.Connecting to […]

Is The Internet Of Things (IoT) Really New Or Simply Recycled?

There is a lot of hype around the Internet of Things (IoT) yet many, if not most, are confused by what IoT really is and what it means for their IP and their business. In fact, some people claim that the IoT is simply a matter of applying existing technology to new applications. Many companies […]

Road to COP21 Climate Talks: US Feds Pledge Emissions Cuts, CEOs Unite on Climate Deal

The COP21 climate talks are less than a week away and we’re seeing a flurry of low-carbon commitments from governments and industry as both groups gear up for Paris. US federal agencies will cut emissions to 41.8 percent below 2008 levels by 2025. The White House made the commitment on Monday and said the cuts […]

Belgian Regulators Approve Restart of Flawed Reactors

Nuclear authorities are convinced that two idled Belgian reactors can operate safely despite thousands of flaws in their pressure vessels. Independent experts concur

Joshua Newton's Water Jobs & More (Lots of WASH!) - 24 November 2015

I think I'm on Josh's side of the pond for the next few days. Just arrived in Stockholm for the fall meeting of the GWP's Steering Committee. Wish Josh a belated happy birthday - 22 November. And for those of you celebrating Thanksgiving, have a happy and safe one. I...

Adding Visual Appeal to Your Resume

If your resume has seen better days, it's time for an overhaul. For best results, your resume must be easy to read, brief, compelling and visually appealing. Consider these tips to revamp the look of your resume and ensure it attracts attention. Show More Summary


The Francis Effect How Pope Francis changed the conversation about global warming November 2015 (George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication and Yale University Program on Climate Change Communication) Preface In June of 2015, Pope Francis issued an encyclical titled Laudato Si’: On Care for Our Common Home. Show More Summary


THE ‘ECOSYSTEM’ THAT FUNDS DENIAL Why are so many Americans skeptical about climate change? A study offers a surprising answer. Joby Warrick, Novdmber 23, 2015 (Washington Post) “Climate change has long been a highly polarizing topic in the United States, with Americans lining up on opposite sides depending on their politics and worldview. Show More Summary

Create Compelling Cover Letters With These Tips

A 2005 Society for Human Resource Management survey found that 8 in 10 hiring managers spend less than a minute reading a cover letter. It is widely accepted that the cover letter is an essential part of any job candidate's application,...Show More Summary

Vendor Roundup: Accedian, Infinera, CENX

Here are several interesting bits of vendor news from the last few days that are worth a look:... [visit site to read more]

Tips to Having a Great Interview

A job interview is an unavoidable step on the path to employment. Whether you're facing a panel interrogation or a casual one-on-one chat, learning how to give a great interview can broaden your prospects and help you sail through the hiring process. Show More Summary

Is 3D Printing the Future of Sustainable Manufacturing?

3D printing increases efficiency and reduces waste, making it a valuable tool in efforts to make manufacturing more sustainable. Its applications range from medical devices to aerospace — and possibly even drinking water. Earlier this month General Electric announced a project with the Department of Energy that uses 3D printed turbines in a process that […]

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