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India’s energy minister R K Singh has flagged a massive solar tender of 100GW – by far the biggest in the world, as the fastest growing energy consumer turns…
More than 20 nations ranging from Germany, France and Britain to Pacific island states said they planned to “lead from the front” in setting new, tougher goals by 2020…
The one-year pilot program gives drivers of electric vehicles in a handful of cities extra pay and incentives to drive an electric vehicle.
Renault will invest more than €1bn into four plants in France to increase its electric car production in the country.
Recreational marijuana use will soon be legal in Canada after the Senate passed a “historic” bill on Tuesday with a vote of 52-29.
D.C. residents on June 19 narrowly approved a hard-fought ballot measure that will raise the minimum wage for all workers to $15 by 2025
“We’re going big on renewable energy. It’s a clean, abundant, renewable source of home-grown power,” said Joe Taylor, vice president of global tech optimization and implementation, AT&T
The United Nations health agency announced on Monday the condition, also known as gender dysphoria, has been reclassified as a sexual health condition.
At least 25 percent of the plastics used in new Volvo car models from 2025 will be from recycled materials.
India’s power and renewable energy minister announced that India was increasing its 2022 target by 52 GW up to 227 GW.
Japan has decided to continue the introduction of solar roads on government owned property, and will more likely focus on parking lots.
Iraq saw an 80% drop in civilian deaths in the first 5 months of 2018 compared to the same period last year, according to reports by the UN Assistance…
“Wind XII” consists of 591 MW of new wind capacity in Iowa and has propelled the company to be the first investor-owned electric utility in the US to generate…
Government statistics show levels in 2016 were 49% below the 1990 baseline, with a 10.3% drop on the previous year.
The World Health Organization (WHO) certified Paraguay as having eliminated malaria, the first country in the Americas to be granted this status since Cuba in 1973.
New research shows, for the first time in an animal model, that tau pathology – the second-most important lesion in the brain in patients with Alzheimer’s disease – can…
When a traditional healer burned hot clay into the chest of two-year-old Kushbu Lal, she died. Now moves are afoot to criminalize a practice that continues to cost lives.
IKEA, the world’s biggest furniture retailer, plans to use only renewable and recycled materials in its products by 2030.
The retail chain, second only to Walmart Inc. in terms of U.S. sales, said it would increase its starting hourly wages by $1 to $14 or $14.50 an hour.
The pledge is the most ambitious yet of the global actions to combat plastic pollution that are taking place in 60 nations around the world.