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Whether tackling climate change and resource scarcity or protecting workers and first responders with the latest protective and safety technology – our innovative technology is providing solutions to some of the major challenges facing the world today.

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The future of renewable energy mega-projects

The International Energy Agency reports that worldwide energy demand rose by 2.3% in 2018, with fossil fuels meeting around 70% of this growth. However, there is increasing agreement that we can’t rely on fossil fuels forever. According to the International Renewable Energy Agency, ten years of solid renewable energy capacity growth continued through 2018 – with global additions of 171 GW representing an annual increase of 7.9%.

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Protecting first responders in the U.S.

For emergency services (EMS) workers in the USA, a typical day can include
anything from routine callouts to being thrown into situations involving active
shooters and mass casualties. With such a variety of threats to face each day, first responders need to be equipped with an appropriate range of armor solutions. Here’s how we’re providing a solution. 

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More Major League Baseball teams put increased emphasis on fan safety

Major League Baseball (MLB) teams face unique challenges in protecting their fans. Batters can strike a ball with breathtaking power, sending it through the air at speeds that can exceed 100mph. Meanwhile, fans enjoy all the action at close proximity to the field. While it is exciting to maybe catch a fly ball in the stands, it can also lead to serious injury given the sheer speed of the balls. The risk is much greater than many people realize. Every year, around 1,750 fans are hurt by foul balls at MLB games, which equates to around two injuries every three games.

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Keeping the world fed with sustainable fishing

Global fish consumption is on the increase. Between 20011 and 2016, worldwide consumption rose from 154 million tons to 170,9 million tons, putting pressure on already depleted fishing stocks in many parts of the ocean. 

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