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December 11, 2020

Construction of RainIons Prototype Begins!

RainIons, in partnership with Bravo Team LLC, is officially building the automotive muffler and tailpipe prototype to reduce vehicle emission pollution. The Prototype is scheduled

to be completed and tested in early 2021!

December 4, 2020

RainIons nominated for

the 2021 Ray of Hope Award! 

Awarded by the Biomimicry Institute and created in honor of Ray C. Anderson, the Ray of Hope Prize recognizes nature-inspired companies that present environmental solutions to the most urgent and complex planetary challenges.  RainIons was recognized among these leading scientific and eco-concious teams who aspire to create and integrate all the necessary components to preserve and build a resilient world. 

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May 31, 2019

Air Pollution Kills 7 Million Annually

"An estimated 9 out of 10 people worldwide are exposed to air pollutants that exceed World Health Organization (WHO) air quality guidelines.  This is lowering life expectancy and damaging economies across the planet. This polluted air kills some 7 million people each year, causes long-term health problems, such as asthma, and reduces children’s cognitive development. "

March 29, 2018

Biggest Threat to Humanity? Climate Change, U.N. Chief Says

"United Nations — Nuclear weapons? Famine? Civil war? Nope. The United Nations secretary general, António Guterres, on Thursday called climate change “the most systemic threat to humankind” and urged world leaders to curb their countries’ greenhouse gas emissions."

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November 7, 2017

Pollution Now Leading Cause of Death Worldwide

"The most comprehensive report to date on the health effects of environmental pollution shows that filthy air, contaminated water and other polluted parts of our environment kill more people worldwide each year than almost everything else combined – smoking, hunger, natural disasters, war, murder, AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria."