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Embrace brown as ‘the new beautiful’

Niall Richardson, Golf Course Superintendent at Bernardus Golf Club, urges golf players to be more open-minded, or even positive, about…

How to make LaLiga more sustainable

An invitation by LaLiga for ideas for making Spanish football clubs more sustainable received over 40 entries. Eight of them…

How different grasses respond to moisture in the soil

Researchers at Wageningen University and research in the Netherlands has established how different grass specifically responds differently to the presence…

FIH establishes Innovation category of hockey turf

FIH has established a new category of hockey turf that is designed to ensure that dry turfs replicate, as far…

Could plasma help solve PFAS (crisis)?

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French Government introduces water management action plan

The French Government is targeting a 10% water consumption reduction by 2030. According to the government, drastic action is inevitable,…

US dam operator fined for infill pollution

Electron Hydro LLC and its CEO have been fined USD 1 million for polluting the Puyallup River in 2020 with…

Can a new ball end hockey’s water challenge?

A self-wetting hockey ball that mimics watered field interactions on a dry surface might offer an affordable solution to hockey…

Digital service saves Helsingborg water

The city of Helsingborg has embraced technology to save on water and fertilizers. A new digital service now alerts the…

Synthetic turf as an energy producer

Trials show that synthetic turf fields can produce enough energy to replace natural gas as an energy source to boil…