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When it comes to being poor, geography is destiny. But do we just leave blighted communities to die?
Indian agriculture is going to witness Internet of Things (IoT) applications soon as SenRa, a pan
For many angry rural voters, Donald Trump is fueling a fire that started with the farm crisis of the 1980s.
Though the United States has made profound progress in making Internet access universally available, a new digital divide has emerged that defies conventional solutions.
Turns out they aren't kooky, they're just getting screwed over again.
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Peabody Energy, the world's biggest private coal company, is trying to pitch itself as a friend of poor people. Oh, the ironies abound.
Powered by solar panels and biomass, microgrids are spreading slowly across India, where 300 million people live without electricity. But can these off-grid technologies be scaled-up to bring low-carbon power to tens of millions of people?
It is estimated that around one and a half billion people globally have no access to reliable electricity. Most live in developing countries where the cost of connecting rural villages to the electricity
Since many years I am dedicated to the conservation of nature and for almost a year I work with passion as Rewilding Manager at Rewilding Europe. Last
Cheap smartphones and tablets have put Web-ready technology into more hands than ever. But the price of Internet connectivity hasn't come down nearly as quickly. In some communities, students congregate at McDonald's and other businesses offering free Wi-Fi.
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dave562 writes "In an analysis of the effectiveness of the the 2009 stimulus program (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 or ARRA), one of the programs that was investigated was the project to bring broadband access to rural America. Some real interesting numbers popped out. Quoting the ...