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Rainmaker making headlines in Peterborough

Peterborough clean tech startup company Rainmaker Worldwide goes public as is now trading as a stock Thursday, October 5, 2017 The Peterborough Examiner “A Peterborough start-up company has become a publicly traded company. Rainmaker Worldwide Inc. began trading last month as a NASDAQ over-the-counter stock under the stock trading symbol RAKR. It’s the first time an […]

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Pulling water out of thin air, literally

An air-to-water technology is set to enter the country  The country gets its water from two main sources, rivers and ground water. Today both are under threat. One is polluted beyond use and the other depleting at a fast pace. Add to this the yearly threat of drought and you have a scenario that is […]

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EPA seeks to scrap rule protecting drinking water for third of Americans – theguardian.com.

 The Mitchell power station, built on the Monongahela river, south-west of Pittsburgh. Green groups said Pruitt’s proposal pandered to fossil fuel and farming interests. Photograph: Jeff Swensen/Getty Images “The Environmental Protection Agency is poised to dismantle the federal clean water rule, which protects waterways that provide drinking water for about a third of the US […]

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On brink of water crisis, India must take warning seriously – newindianexpress.com.

“There was a time when the Yamuna accounted for most of Delhi’s water supply. However, recent reports indicate that the oxygen level in the river is zero which means it is literally ‘dead’. Today, this polluted water cannot be used for anything—let alone drinking. Currently, the capital sources much of its water from Haryana and […]

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