Latest Updates

  • New Low-Carbon Cement Technology Being Developed By Boston Startup

    Sublime Systems, a Boston-based business, has secured $40 million to create low-carbon cement using ground-breaking technology.

  • Climate Change Major Global Destabilizer

    As climate change emerges as the biggest global destabilizer, the Earth has warmed by about 1.1 degrees Celsius since the turn of the 20th century. According to the most recent analysis by researchers at NASA, the planet is losing its coolness as the years get warmer and warmer.

  • The Sinopec Green and Low-carbon Development

    On January 13, China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (HKG: 0386, "Sinopec") released "The Sinopec Green and Low-carbon Development White Paper 2022" (the "White Paper"), outlining its goals and methods in relation to a strategic roadmap, institutional framework, clean energy initiatives, and the efficient use of resources.

  • Children's Perspective On Climate Change

    The future well-being of future generations is seriously threatened by climate change. Children are important stakeholders in their future. To highlight children's perceptions of the impacts and solutions of climate change, a group of public health scientists from Johns Hopkins University and the Child In Need Institute (CINI) NGO organized a thought and art workshop on January 12 and 13, 2023, to coincide with National Youth Day.

  • TERI Eager To Introduce Japan’s Low-Carbon Technologies

    The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) and other relevant departments have given the Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) their full support in their efforts to introduce low-carbon technologies into Micro, Small, and Medium-Sized Enterprises (MSMEs) in Andhra Pradesh with the help of the Japanese government.

  • Minimum Climate Change Contribution From Developing Nations

    Union Environment Minister Bhupender Yadav at the Voice of the Global South Summit's Environment Ministers' Session, reaffirmed India's position that developing nations should be represented when it comes to climate change targets.

  • 2022 Third-Most Expensive Year For US Climate Disasters

    A federal report found that there were 18 different weather and climate disaster events in the United States last year, resulting in more than $165 billion in damage and making 2022 the third-most expensive year on record going back more than four decades.

  • GreenCell Mobility Bags Order For 570 electric Buses

    The government of NCT Delhi's Transport Department has placed an order for 570 electric buses with GreenCell Mobility, a player in shared electric mobility across all of India. Convergence Energy Services (CESL), an enterprise of the Indian government, issued the tender as part of the National E-Bus Program (NEBP). The largest e-bus tender ever offered in India is this one, which calls for 6,465 e-buses and is based on Gross Cost Contracting (GCC).

  • 6 Lakh Employment Created Under National Green Hydrogen Mission

    The National Green Hydrogen Mission is expected to attract investments of Rs. 8 lakh crore and generate more than 6 lakh jobs in India, according to a press release from the Indian government.

  • Karlovac To Become The First Low-Carbon City In Croatia

    One of the few cities in Europe to adopt a spatial plan for making its districts sustainable, energy-efficient, and climate-resilient is Karlovac, the first city in Croatia. The Regional Energy Agency of Northwestern Croatia provided assistance to Karlovac, one of Croatia's pioneers in the energy revolution (REGEA).