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Go ahead geoengineers, hack the climate – it’s legal l New Scientist ow.ly/qojEI
Solar Now Accounts For 57% Of Chile’s Renewable Energy Pipeline l Clean Technica dlvr.it/4FDj0F
Grazing horses with other species equine l KY Equine Research ow.ly/q4wM6
10 tech terrors that will haunt your dreams l InfoWorld ow.ly/qokQw
Smart glasses help the blind see l New Scientist ow.ly/qol3F
The emerging turf battle between information and physical security pros l CSOonline shar.es/IdjYA
Federal Reserve, Central Banks, & Financial Departments
Since 2005, Rwanda has emerged as the regional champion in regulatory reform efforts l World Bank wrld.bg/qn2ts
Country with highest proportion of women in parliament: Rwanda (64%) l World Economic Forum wef.ch/r160z
Will digital money every completely replace cash? l World Bank wrld.bg/qnyGC
Egypt maintains rates, downside risks to limit inflation l Central Bank News dlvr.it/4F2tJY
A nation of renters? Not so, delinquent borrowers say l Housing Wire hwi.re/4F1Fxx
Africa’s food and beverage markets could grow to top one trillion dollars in value in 2030 l World Bank wrld.bg/pfvmS
Thank you as always for joining us on Saturday for HBCU Money™ Dozen. The 12 most important research and finance articles of the week.