The United Arab Emirates (UAE), which is hosting the COP28 climate summit, has reportedly used this occasion to negotiate oil and gas deals with other… Read More »Dubai used COP28 climate summit to do business with oil and gas
The internet infrastructure’s heat mitigation requires a significant amount of water, a problem exacerbated by drought. This has led many communities to take drastic measures… Read More »Internet machinery consumes water as a city of 8 million inhabitants
A recent report by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has highlighted that the ongoing air pollution crisis in Delhi-NCR is being exacerbated by… Read More »Delhi-NCR pollution worsened by thermal power plants: CSE report
Despite being a region rich in resources, Jammu and Kashmir is currently grappling with its worst power crisis in two decades, particularly during the harsh… Read More »Why Kashmir’s power crisis despite resources and surplus generation?
President Joe Biden has decided not to attend the upcoming United Nations climate summit, known as COP28, in Dubai. This decision comes despite his previous… Read More »Joe Biden to skip COP28 summit, why his priorities changed?
Typically, as evening falls, hundreds of cormorant birds (shag) fly from their feeding area in Fife, United Kingdom, to the Isle of May to roost… Read More »700 shag birds disappeared overnight on an island, what happened?
The IEA’s latest projections show that global demand for oil and gas will decline significantly in the coming decades, as the world takes action to… Read More »The Future of Oil and Gas in a Net Zero World
Coal-fired power plants have been a major source of soot pollution in the United States, and this has had a devastating impact on public health.… Read More »Soot from coal-fired power plants more deadly than soot from other sources, study shows
Every summer, the population of Ladakh, a northern union territory, experiences a significant increase. The local population of approximately 274,000 nearly doubles as around 300,000… Read More »Tourism trash trouble: Leh struggles with mounting garbage woes
A recent analysis by an organization representing the world’s 35 million ancestral, small and medium farmer families, who have been farming for generations, reveals a… Read More »Farmers producing one-third of world’s food receive only 0.3% of climate finance