How the £1m raised by the one millionth Land Rover Discovery was spent

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After 50 days and 10,000 gruelling miles, £1million had been collected to support a sustainable water and sanitation programme in Uganda. That money is being spent as part of a [.]. A year ago, the one millionth UK-built Land Rover Discovery set out on the most ambitious fundraising project the all-terrain vehicle manufacturer had ever undertaken. Land Rover land rover World Water Day

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Global geothermal industry passes 12,000 MW operational

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Vincent and the Grenadines, Taiwan, Thailand, Uganda, the United States, and Yemen. In California, the Imperial Irrigation District announced plans to develop 1,700 MW of new geothermal as part of an initiative supporting restoration of the Salton Sea. The global geothermal industry surpassed 12,000 MW of geothermal power operational, with about 600 MW of new geothermal power coming online globally, according to a year-end update by the Geothermal Energy Association (GEA).

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Tesla releases Conflict Mineral report, extending history of humane mining practices


” The countries listed are considered “covered” as a part of the U.S. Uganda. Tesla has released its Conflict Mineral Report for the fiscal year ending on December 31, 2019.

Jervois to acquire SMP nickel & cobalt refinery in Brazil; concentrate from Idaho for refining, cobalt metal back to US

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Jervois currently is a cobalt company with nickel and copper exposure, with mining assets in Idaho, Uganda, and Australia. As part of the refinery restart FS, Jervois will now assess the alternative of situating a roaster in Brazil.

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Africa’s Electricity-Access Problem Is Worse Than You Think

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Even countries that have seen recent economic progress have the problem—the urban to rural breakdown is 71 to 32 percent in Uganda and 92 to 24 percent in Togo. All too obviously, real access to electricity in large parts of Africa is akin to where the United States was during the late 1890s.

AI Is Helping to Stop Animal Poaching and Food Insecurity

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More trials were conducted in Uganda in 2016 in collaboration with the Queen Elizabeth National Park ’s Wildlife Conservation Society and in China in 2017 and 2019 with the World Wildlife Foundation.

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