Saharan dust plumes are ramping up over the Caribbean region, creating health hazards that are particularly dangerous for those with their health compromised by COVID-19 or other problems. This is clear evidence that the region is not isolated from the effects of climate change elsewhere. Imagine waking up one morning expecting a clear tropical sunrise, only to find that it … [Read more...] about Sahara Dust Storms in the Caribbean, a Hazard For Both Humans and Coral Reefs
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When dealing with policy making and project risk management, public consultations provide insightful tools to better improve lives within communities and societies. We assigned our best talent to provide solutions in this field, and now we'd like to share how we’re making things happen. … [Read more...] about Six Proven Steps to Harness the Value of Public Consultations
To address changing paradigms, a new technology has been proposed: hydropower plants that enable solar generation or hybrid hydro-solar systems. … [Read more...] about Can ‘flotovoltaics’ be a future partner for hydropower systems?
Crisis management goes beyond communications. Recent events highlight how digital technology can both strengthen and hinder any recuperation efforts. … [Read more...] about What can businesses learn from crisis management in the digital age?