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Imagine solving the problem of clean drinking water with an available resource: RAINWATER.
Imagine solving the problem of clean drinking water with an available resource: RAINWATER.

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What do you think of this solution for storing water in developing countries? It even works at home and it's very cost effective!

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Check out the ingenious way to make a storage tank for water in developing countries. +BANK-ON-RAIN  You could make this at home also, and very cost effectively.

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We've been quiet of late....but +Jen Olney has given us a fabulous opportunity on the #BeALeader blog to tell what Bank On Rain is  focused on . We also have a new website along with our new logo.

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It's been apparent for several years now that the Arctic is melting. But it's melting much faster than most studies previously predicted. As early as 2020 and no later than 2050, it will be almost completely ice-free, according to a new paper out this week. "It's pretty scary how rapidly all this Arctic change is happening," said James Overland, lead author of the new study, and a research oceanographer with the US National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). "The Arctic is a real indicator of global change here, that's why we wrote the paper," he told The Verge.

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It's been apparent for several years now that the Arctic is melting. But it's melting much faster than most studies previously predicted. As early as 2020 and no later than 2050, it will be almost completely ice-free, according to a new paper out this week. "It's pretty scary how rapidly all this Arctic change is happening," said James Overland, lead author of the new study, and a research oceanographer with the US National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). "The Arctic is a real indicator of global change here, that's why we wrote the paper," he told The Verge.

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