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  • Tesco Collaborated With UK Suppliers To Introduce Low-Carbon Fertilizer

    Tesco revealed this week that it had collaborated with five of its biggest field vegetable suppliers to develop the commercial roll-out of low-carbon fertilizer. The retailer has highlighted eight low-carbon fertilizer choices for the 2023 growing season, which will be used on 1,300 hectares. Tesco claims that increasing this to 4,000 hectares by 2024 will result in a 20% reduction in emissions after just one year.

  • TCE To Receive Low-Carbon Hydrogen From Vertex

    An offtake agreement for the supply of more than 200 megawatts of low-carbon hydrogen has been signed by Vertex Hydrogen and Tata Chemicals Europe (TCE), according to a press release on January 26.

  • ‘G20’ Ideal Forum To Address Climate Change & Global Warming

    In her first address to the country on the eve of Republic Day, President Droupadi Murmu said the G20 is the ideal forum to discuss and find solutions to the

  • Climate Change Poses Threat To Punjab's Cotton & Maize Yields

    According to a recent study by agricultural economists and scientists at Punjab Agricultural University (PAU), Punjab's maize and cotton yields will decrease by 13% and 11%, respectively, as a result of climate change by 2050. About 12% of the nation's total cereal production is produced in Punjab.

  • Low-Carbon Initiatives Spending To Rise By $60 billion In 2023

    Rystad Energy research predicts that spending on low-carbon projects will increase by $60 billion this year, or 10% more than in 2022. Although infrastructure funding for hydrogen and carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) will also see a considerable increase, wind energy advancements will be a key contributor to this rise. Cost-conscious developers are tightening their purse strings after two years of increasing costs, limiting the growth in total spending from prior years, which witnessed gains of 20% a year on average.

  • Godrej Chairman Reads Poem At Davos

    At the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum, the chairman of the Indian company Godrej Industries Limited, Nadir Godrej, read a poem in place of a speech. With the line "It is no longer climate change inside an acceptable change, a crisis is what it's about with fires, floods, as well as drought," Godrej began a poem that lasted for more than six minutes.

  • Davos 2023: The WEF's Mission To Decarbonize Industrial Clusters

    The World Economic Forum (WEF) announced on Thursday that nine significant industrial clusters from China, Indonesia, Japan, Spain, and the United States have joined its initiative to help businesses reduce emissions. The mission's objectives are to link 100 industrial clusters worldwide in order to reduce 1.6 billion metric tonnes of CO2 emissions, maintain and create 18 million jobs, and contribute $2.5 trillion to the global GDP.

  • Bangladesh Asking International Community For Compensation

    Bangladesh is facing the worst effects of climate change despite contributing less than 1% of the world's carbon emissions. As a result, Bangladesh is now asking the international community for compensation for the harm caused by rich countries' high carbon emissions, but to no avail.

  • JSW Energy Gets Green Light From SECI

    JSW Renew Energy Five Limited, a step-down subsidiary of JSW Energy Limited, has received a Letter of Award (LoA) from the Solar Energy Corporation of India Limited (or

  • Health Fund Chief Blames Climate Change for Global Malaria Uptick

    At the World Economic Forum's (WEF) annual gathering in Davos, the executive director of the largest health fund in the world declared,