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Sustainable growth goals’ list topped by Shimla

Niti Aayog released the first ever list of Sustainable Development Goals Urban Index on Tuesday, and it was topped by Shimla. The Central government's public policy think tank analyzed urban local bodies (ULBs) across 56 cities based on 77 SDG indicators. The research was aimed at the local application of SDGs and ensuring their effective monitoring at city level .

Keele University, UK successfully deploys a Hydrogen-Blend Gas Project

The first of its kind, HyDeploy project has been launched in the UK which is a blend of hydrogen gas into a natural gas network . Its successful execution has been the talk of town lately. Customers used the hydrogen-blended gas safely in their homes and did not need to make any changes to their existing appliances and set-up.

IIT-M Research Park, Saint-Gobain India sign MoU on renewable energy

Saint-Gobain and Indian Institute of Technology, Madras have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop a 100% renewable energy research park. The park will be developed by IIT Madras and Saint - Gobain will invest Rs 1Cr. over the next three years. The park will be for academic research purposes, but will serve as a model of renewable electricity generation in India.

Occidental to Remove 1 Million Ton of Carbon dioxide from the Atmosphere Every Year

Investopedia defines ‘carbon credit’ as a permit that allows the owner to emit a certain amount of carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gases. One credit permits the emission of one ton of carbon dioxide or the equivalent in other greenhouse gases. Occidental Petroleum has made public its plans to advance its clean energy transition business, it’ll spend $800 million and $1 billion on a carbon dioxide removing facility, it’ll suck carbon dioxide from air.

World's Largest Carbon Capturing Plant to be developed in Iceland

Iceland is about to develop world's largest carbon capture plant

European Commission to develop certification to boost 'carbon farming'

Carbon farming has the potential to reduce the carbon footprint of the agriculture industry

The Amazon clearing, and why we should be concerned about it.

Stretching over 5.5 million km2 , covering most of the South American countries and holding treasure of biodiversity are the lungs of our planet, the Amazon rainforest. It is the world’s richest and most varied hotspot of economically viable flora and fauna. It has always been a victim of extortion and exploitation, but lately it has gotten worse.

India ranks 59th in Digital Quality of Life Index 2021

In the third annual edition of Digital Quality of Life Index 2021, Denmark is at the top, followed by Republic of Korea and Finland. India ranks 59th globally and 17th in Asia.

Solar Refrigerators helping MSMEs in rural India

Rural women are changing their economic game of their MSMEs with Solar refrigerators supplied by a Mumbai-based venture

The focus of technology for developing nations: renewable energy or net-zero?

With the rapid push towards reversing climate change, every country is facing its own set of challenges but especially the developing nations.

Bucharest to host Romania's first summit dedicated to climate change

Bucharest is hosting the Climate Change Summit (CCS), an international climate conference on the 4th and 5th of October 2022 organized by the ‘BRD – Groupe Société Générale’, a Romanian Bank, and ‘Social Innovation Solutions’, an organization active in the fields of sustainability, social impact, and innovation.

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.

E-Waste Recycling Technology Helps India's Mission Advance

At the Centre for Materials for Electronics Technology (C-MET) in Hyderabad, a 1 ton per day PCB recycling facility was officially opened by Shri Alkesh Kumar Sharma, Secretary of the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY).

All-India Workshop On “Renewable Energy Integration”

On February 8 and 9, the Institution of Engineers (India), Tiruchi local center, in association with the Electrical Engineering department at Anna University's BIT campus, will host a national workshop on "Renewable energy integration with energy storage systems."

“Matraka” An E-Waste Mircale

A 10-foot-tall statue made out of e-waste has been created by a Jaipur-based artist using over 250 PCs, 200 motherboards, cables, 15,000 rivets, and more than 9,000 screws. The "Matraka" monument, which was erected outside the Mall Road branch of the State Bank of India (SBI) in Kanpur, depicts a woman sitting on a 5-foot-high platform with her legs crossed and her hands folded.

G20 Collaboration To Achieve Energy Security and Efficiency

The G20 members who attended the first Energy Transitions Working Group (ETWG) meeting in Bengaluru made the decision to collaborate on priority projects to achieve energy security and diversify the supply chains of new energy sources, according to a statement released by the Ministry of Power on Sunday.

Renewable Energy and Technology to be the Main Focus of Indian Energy Week Day 2

The 'India Energy Week 2024' enters its second day, focusing on renewable energy, technical developments, and decarbonization plans in the energy industry. The agenda begins with discussions on the possibility of renewable energy to fulfill global demands and progresses to an exploration of the future of refining and petrochemicals, refining technological breakthroughs, and logistics efficiency for carbon reduction.

Manoj Bhargava: Transforming Lives through Simple Solutions

In a world where wealth often is synonymical with luxury, Indian-born billionaire, entrepreneur, and philanthropist Manoj Bhargava shatters stereotypes. His story isn’t just about accumulating wealth, it’s about having a purpose and using his wealth to help those with fewer resources.