Maximpact Blog

Water Recycling and Reuse Catching on Across the World

Drought is spreading as the climate heats up, stressing scarce water resources. To find the water they need, many governments and industries are looking to water recycling and reuse of the purified wastewater, and new technologies are being implemented everywhere in this fast-growing market.

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Electric Aviation Speeds Toward Takeoff

The aviation industry is moving briskly toward market takeoff for electric commercial aircraft, and many companies on the front lines of these new technologies are developing them cooperatively. From a battery-powered 186-seat commercial passenger jet to smaller hydrogen fuel cell regional planes, electric aircraft are arriving shortly. Have your boarding passes ready!

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Harmonizing Fashion Sense and Sustainability

September is a month clothed in glamour in Europe and New York, as the runways fill with the latest ideas from the fashion world’s most talented designers, but little do we know about the catastrophic environmental footprint this industry causes.

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Youth Leaders Strategize Ahead of Climate Summit COP28

At a Climate Justice Camp in Lebanon next week, 450 young leaders from nearly 100 countries in the world’s most climate-stressed regions across the Global South will gather to co-create strategies that will advance an equitable climate action framework at this year’s United Nations climate conference, COP28, and beyond.

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Tackling Plastic Pollution

Polymateria CEO Niall Dunne discusses the technology surrounding biodegradable plastics, and how Polymateria’s biotransformation technology could see applications in everyday household items.

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