According to the study, global warming is a major cause of the sea-level rise, and Chennai and Kolkata are particularly vulnerable in India.
While Rome's new administration attempts to repair ties with the United Arab Emirates, Italian oil and gas giant Eni (ENI.MI) announced plans to collaborate with Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (ADNOC) on energy transition initiatives.
A unique technique developed in conjunction with Vikarsh Nanotechnology and Research and the dean of the research and development department of the College of Engineering (CoEP) Technological University was honoured in New Delhi. Sonam Wangchuk, an education reformer and inventor, bestowed the title 'Elecrama 2023' on it.
Climate Change and Environment Minister Bhupendra Yadav stated that India and Denmark have established ambitious green energy objectives in collaboration. They will be a watershed moment in global environmental protection, contributing to the execution of the Paris Agreement.
A city-based college organized a 'bE-Responsible' e-waste collection drive to raise awareness about the harmful impacts of e-waste and how to properly dispose of or recycle it without affecting the environment.
Essar Group of India announced on Monday the formation of a new organisation that would oversee its different companies and push $3.6 billion in low-carbon projects in the United Kingdom and India over the next five years. Essar, founded by billionaire brothers Shashi and Ravi Ruia, has sold part of its Indian holdings in telecom, oil refining, and steel in order to pay off its massive debt.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed players from the energy sector to invest in the country on Thursday, emphasising that the Union Budget will play a vital role in establishing India as a leader in the global green energy market.
After last summer's catastrophe, weeks of dry winter weather have sparked fears that Italy would suffer another drought, with the Alps receiving less than half of their average snowfall, according to experts and environmental organizations.
PMC has joined hands with a private company, TheGreenBillions Ltd (TGBL), to build India’s first waste-to-hydrogen facility. TGBL, a sustainability solutions manufacturing firm has signed a 30-year partnership with PMC.
Praj Industries' Founding Chairman Dr Pramod Chaudhari stated that the firm is producing sustainable solutions in the form of Renewable Chemicals and Materials (RCM) in the quest for a low-carbon economy.