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Affordable Electric Micro-Mobility Solutions Are Empowering Low Income Communities In Kenya

July 6th, 2020 | by Remeredzai Joseph Kuhudzai

Affordable electric micro-mobility solutions can make a huge difference. That is what Linccell Technology Kenya wants to do in Kenya. It wants to be the "inclusive” eMobility company building robust electric wheelchairs, bicycles, and scooters that are suitable for local conditions and built to handle the local roads, which are not always as good as the main roads


The EPA’s Dirty Water: New Rule Discards Science, Ignores Importance of Wetlands & Tributaries

April 27th, 2020 | by Guest Contributor

Water, water everywhere and hardly a drop is being protected by the Trump administration. In its latest act of abdication, the Environmental Protection Agency published its Navigable Waters Protection Rule in the Federal Register on April 21. The rule is scheduled to go into effect June 22, completing the elimination of the Obama administration’s Waters of the US Rule


We Must Fix Our Food System To Withstand Disasters

April 24th, 2020 | by NRDC

This pandemic has been an eye-opener on many fronts. It has exposed our personal resilience, the true leadership of some of our state governors, our dependence on rigorous science to inform effective policy making, the grit of our healthcare workers, and our ability to band together in times of struggle. However, the pandemic has also shone a light on the fragility of not only our medical system, but the broken U.S. food system as well


CASE 580 EV | Project Zeus Promises Quieter Job Sites

March 29th, 2020 | by Jo Borrás

CASE is calling its new machine "Project Zeus," and it's the industry's first electric backhoe loader. And, according to CASE, it offers levels of power and performance that are equivalent to similarly sized, diesel-engined backhoes in the market while producing zero "tailpipe" emissions. Even better: it does all that at a fraction of the operating costs of the ICE options



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