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Solar energy powers sustainable solutions

Thursday 23 Feb 17 9:00am

A farmer in Myanmar waters his crop with the help of a solar-powered irrigation pump | Ashden


By ALEX KIRBY | Every mouthful of food eaten by virtually every creature on Earth depends ultimately on the sun.

But it can do much more than nurture the crops that feed us − and humans are starting to exploit this potential in striking new ways.

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