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America commits efficient mental health support in Beijing Winter Olympics

The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC) announced plans to provide several mental health resources to help their athletes during the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.

Refurbish industry can be the supplementary solution to the E-Waste problem in India

The Refurbish industry is seen as a lucrative way to achieve a circular economy. It creates business opportunities at the recycling stage, before the electronic goods reach their eventuality.

L&T joint venture for hydrogen electrolyzer technology to push green hydrogen plans

Larsen & Tourbo (L&T) has agreed a contract with Norway-based electrolyzer technology HydrogenPro AS to establish a manufacturing unit in India that focuses to tap possibilities in green hydrogen space in the nation and other geographies, the Indian engineering major stated in a statement on January 27.

IPCC report 2022: Climate change and its economic consequences

The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report said Monday if human-caused global warming isn’t limited to just another couple tenths of a degree, an Earth now struck regularly by deadly heat, fires, floods and drought in future decades will degrade in 127 ways with some being “potentially irreversible.”

India adds record 1700 megawatt rooftop solar capacity in 2021

India installed a record 1,700 megawatt (MW) of rooftop solar capacity in 2021, registering a 136 per cent year-on-year rise, according a research report of Mercom India.

Energy prices are shooting up exponentially and slowing economic growth

2021 was supposed to be the year of recovery for the whole world, after the disastrous first wave of COVID-19. However, individual challenges and the common global issue of sky-high fuel prices is making it impossible to recover economically for any country.

Biofuels to double farm incomes

India currently consumes only one-third of the global average consumption of energy. About 84% of India’s crude oil and 56% of natural gas are imported.

India in the way towards leading the blue hydrogen race

Reliance Industries Ltd., owned by Asia’s richest man Mukesh Ambani has aimed to be among the largest blue hydrogen producers at ‘competitive cost’ in its green energy transition plan.

Government to provide 60% subsidy on Bamboo cultivation

Government is promoting bamboo cultivation. Experts are calling bamboo ‘green gold’ for the farmers as bamboo farming is one of the most profitable crops. The specialty that bamboo crop hold is that it does not get spoiled in any season and hence does not require any special maintenance.

The economics of climate change

Since the Rio Summit three decades ago, climate change has progressed from a mere challenge to an urgent crisis.

Amazon surpasses 1.1 GW Indian clean energy capacity

Amazon has surpassed the 1.1 gigatonnes of renewable energy capacity in India, a huge environmental milestone.

China’s Take On Green Energy

China has launched a revolutionary renewable energy plant in the Tengger Desert, a big step towards cleaner practices.

Climate change is disturbing Global Trade

The Panama Canal, an essential route for global marine trade, is experiencing significant disruption owing to record low water levels caused by the greatest drought in its 143-year history. Due to low rainfall at Gatn Lake, constraints have led in a significant 15 million-ton reduction in throughput this year, causing ships to spend an additional six days in transit.

India’s take on Climate Change leadership

According to Union Minister Bhupender Yadav, India is making tremendous progress towards meeting its Paris Agreement obligations to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

India's Green Revolution: Surpassing Targets and Leading the Charge Towards Sustainable Energy

India is making incredible progress on its green energy journey, leapfrogging its Paris Agreement targets by nine years. The country is determined to generate 40% of its power from non-fossil fuel sources by 2030.

How to Invest in Renewable Energy Now?

In today's dynamic world, the boom in clean energy investment has generated a wealth of opportunities for astute investors. Taking advantage of current trends such as recovering supply chains and the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) necessitates a planned strategy.

COP28 raised $423 million for disaster-hit nations on day one

COP28, the United Nations climate meeting in Dubai, got off to a good start, with delegates supporting a new fund to assist poor countries in dealing with climate-related calamities.

Charting a Greener Future: Gujarat's Path to Sustainable Development

Gujarat, a state synonymous with industrial growth, is charting a new course: one that balances economic progress with environmental stewardship.