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  • I need some content on the subject as water scarcity is well known problem area for most of the developing countries across the globe. Please share any recommendations for resources on water scarcity in this thread. Thank you, ------------------------------ ...

  • Hi Mr. Kjaersagaard, Thank you for your insight. Your response was reassuring. In a sense, my question may be more related to how COVID19 breaks down on its own and whether those byproducts would be considered toxic for human exposure or consumption. ...

  • These are very good and relevant questions and I will offer a few thoughts. Composting or use of organic materials as a nutrient source is very common in agriculture and crop production. I provide a few examples below. It may be useful to break the question ...

  • There's a company called Green City Solutions based in Germany who said that air particulates in pollution are also an enabling factor in spreading the virus. It may be that improving air quality would not only improve public health, from our pre-covid19 ...

  • In light of recent news regarding farmers and our agriculture industry that are releasing and destroying crops, are there safe measures being taken to ensure that the disposed material are being recycled properly?  There are a few reasons why I am ...

  • Hi @Lauren Redfern ,  Thank you for starting this discussion on such an important and timely topic. I wanted to let you know that we will be discussing this tomorrow, Thursday, May 21 during the Thursday @ 3 - Applying Lessons Learned from COVID-19 ...

  • Waste analysis was also one of first go to's, its an effective way to understand the effects of COVID-19 in the general population, but it doesn't address how to detect the virus on an individual level. With demands for individual testing, feasibility ...

  • HydroLearn, an NSF-sponsored project, is pleased to invite hydrology and water resources instructors to participate in a  HydroLearn Virtual Hackathon & Workshop  to be held during June 22-July 2, 2020. Fellowships will be awarded to support accepted ...

  • How do you make the environmental case for sustainable infrastructure? If you need help, check out the new ASCE course "Making the Case for Sustainable Infrastructure." Registration will stay open through May 9 (two weeks into the 6-week course). The ...

  • Good afternoon! Thank you for forwarding the links concerning COVID tracking (and resurgence) using poop analysis. This will certainly help policy makers to understand why water infrastructure of all types must be modernized and expanded, both domestically ...