(3BL Media/Justmeans) -Â Energy and water keep showing up together in many articles and conversations. We now have the energy-water nexus, which is a term that highlights the interdependencies of the two. Getting water (from wells or desalination plants), moving it around and purifying it, requires a great deal of energy.
Brazilâs Minister of Environment Izabella Teixeira and Brazilian National Development Bank (BNDES) President Luciano Coutinho have announced the launch of a new credit line to support sustainability projects focused on greenhouse gas reduction and climate change solutions.
"We won't succeed in tackling climate change unless we deal with deforestation." -- Caroline Spelman, UK environment secretary, International Forest Day conference, Durban, South Africa, December 4, 2011