Monthly Archives: October 2013

Fracking Wastewater Disposal Linked to Remotely Triggered Quakes

18 Oct, 2013 - By

Fracking for oil and natural gas, and the underground disposal of wastewater that occurs in the process, has been linked to earthquakes in recent years. Now seismologists have discovered a new twist in that relationship, finding that wastewater injection can also contribute to temblors induced remotely by faraway seismic events. The finding, detailed in this […]

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2nd Global Economic Leaders Summit (GELS 2012) – Changchun, China

2nd Global Economic Leaders Summit (GELS 2012) – Changchun, China

05 Oct, 2013 - By

Stella Thomas, MANAGING DIRECTOR, GLOBAL WATER FUND, speaks at the 2012 GELS Economic Leaders Summit in Changchun, China The 2nd Global Economic Leaders Summit (GELS 2012) is opened in Changchun city, Jilin Province of China on September 5th, 2012. The summit is co-sponsored by Asia-Pacific CEO Association (APCEO) and Jilin Provincial Government of China, supported […]

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Milken Institute Global Conference – Beverly Hills, California USA

Milken Institute Global Conference – Beverly Hills, California USA

04 Oct, 2013 - By

Milken Institute Global Conference Beverly Hills, California USA Panel: Water for Life: Managing the World’s Most Precious Resource Water is essential to sustaining life, good health, agriculture — and business. According to the World Health Organization, water scarcity affects one in three people on every continent. But most environmental debate about climate change and green […]

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