Science is a systematic method of continuing investigation, based on observation, scientific hypothesis testing, measurement, experimentation and theory building, which leads to explanations of natural phenomena, processes or objects that are open to further testing and revision based on evidence. Scientific knowledge is logical, predictive and testable, and grows and advances as new evidence is discovered.

Build Tomorrow’s Electricity Sector

The electricity industry is transforming, with a number of structural and disruptive changes challenging the traditional utility model. A mix of technological, economic, regulatory, environmental and societal factors is resulting in a lower carbon, digitized electricity system with new players emerging. This new landscape will be more complex and interrelated than ever before.

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Strategic Considerations for Energy Policy-Makers

This text explores the interconnection between water and energy production and presents energy policy-makers with factors to take into consideration for both the present and the future. Historically, the overlap of energy and water issues received little attention. Potable water became increasingly available with the use of energy to dig wells and to construct piping systems.

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The Global Impact Of Natural Disasters

In 2010, earthquakes, hurricanes and floods hit numerous countries across the globe, causing loss of life, suffering and large economic loss. The number of people affected by increasingly frequent hydrological events has doubled over the last 30 years. However, the number of people affected has doubled The frequency of natural disasters appears to have risen over this period.

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