Jailed Italian scientists.

On October 22, 2012, six Italian scientists and a government official were sentenced to 6 years in jail, given lifetime bans on holding public office, and ordered to pay compensation of €7.8m in connection with the L’Aquila earthquake. The 6.3 magnitude earthquake injured over 1,000 people and resulted in 300 deaths. The judgment was based on statements made at a press conference following an emergency...

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Water Where We Need It video.

https://youtu.be/A8JtoednlbY Video: Wrong Climate for Damming Rivers - with Nnimmo Bassey. It is a dam shame that water isn’t where we need it, when we need it. I was asked for an opinion of this video clip after my previous blog post on water diversions. I am very conflicted about water resource development projects. I have fond memories of whitewater kayaking in Northern California in the late 1970’s...

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Ed Quilty looking through a water glass.

September 23, 2011 - Article by Stephen Hui, web and technology editor for the Georgia Straight Edward Quilty is the founder, president, and CEO of Vancouver-based Aquatic Informatics. Edward Quilty says his Vancouver-based company is the “best in the world at determining how much water is in a river”. The 39-year-old West Vancouver resident is the founder, president, and CEO of Aquatic Informatics. Aquatic Informatics is the company...

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