Over the next 100 years, global warming will raise temperatures by two to six degrees on average on the earth's surface, melt a third of all glaciers, and cause a rise in the level of the oceans by three feet. Vast lands may flood, people will starve, and deserts could expand and become more extreme. That was the grim outlook foreseen by scientists from more than 30 countries in a report issued in late October by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy in the United States. The estimates are only slightly lower than those made last year by another working group.
In these extreme times, we need creative measures to find answers to pressing challenges – and this community-driven energy initiative is already getting legislative backing…
Tech that has more commonly been used to monitor damage to structures such as bridges is now coming to the fore in the wind industry as a more efficient way to detect blades that have been compromised
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Keynote speaker at Blades USA 2022 – David Kaskie, vice president of Products & Systemsdivision, MISTRAS Group – on the importance of getting creative.