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Marrying climate change and financial sustainability: The curious and troubling case of coal in India - II
India

Marrying climate change and financial sustainability: The curious and troubling case of coal in India - II

Coal’s viability is a fight with Economics and Climate ranged on one side vs Democratic realities and Financial stability on the another.

Marrying climate change and financial sustainability: The curious and troubling case of coal in India - I
India

Marrying climate change and financial sustainability: The curious and troubling case of coal in India - I

More than three quarters of India’s electricity is generated by burning coal. The international community would prefer the better part of India’s coal to stay below ground. Indian development enthusiasts would beg to differ. In the stridency of their arguments, the nuances that could lead to a solution — of both climate and finance — can perhaps be missed.

Extinction Rebellion activists want you to give up on us, or fight climate change
science

Extinction Rebellion activists want you to give up on us, or fight climate change

The movement believes our appetites & footprint has accelerated a mass extinction — including our own.

Global investors, insurers urge G20 to end fossil fuel subsidies; caution govt support to hit key industries
Business

Global investors, insurers urge G20 to end fossil fuel subsidies; caution govt support to hit key industries

Investors warn continued government support for fossil fuel increases risk of creating stranded assets within the energy sector and can also decrease the competitiveness of key industries.

India needs a smart strategy to outdo Chinese domination and become global leader in solar energy
India

India needs a smart strategy to outdo Chinese domination and become global leader in solar energy

Outmuscled from the beginning by their Chinese counterparts, Indian manufacturers are now facing a serious crisis with Chinese units, subjected to tariffs by the US, flooding the global market.

India's shift from fossil fuels to clean energy is rapidly gaining momentum
News & Analysis

India's shift from fossil fuels to clean energy is rapidly gaining momentum

India's decision to cancel nearly 14 gigawatts of coal-fired power stations coupled with a record low solar tariff are the strongest indications that the country's energy transformation is gaining rapid momentum, a global institute said on Wednesday.

Bertrand Piccard believes that people will be travelling electric passenger planes in 9 years and 8 months
News & Analysis

Bertrand Piccard believes that people will be travelling electric passenger planes in 9 years and 8 months

The co-founder of a project that saw a solar-powered aircraft complete the first fuel-free flight around the world this year expects electric passenger planes to operate in just under 10 years.

Carbon emissions from burning fossil fuels still too high to save climate: Report
Life

Carbon emissions from burning fossil fuels still too high to save climate: Report

Carbon emissions from burning fossil fuels have been nearly flat for 3 years — a "great help" but not enough to stave off global warming, a report said.

Elon Musk lauds Norway's move to 'completely ban all petrol powered cars by 2025'
News & Analysis

Elon Musk lauds Norway's move to 'completely ban all petrol powered cars by 2025'

Norway is on the way to be first country to completely ban all cards that run on fossil fuel in next decade, will on it's way to be the most ecologically and environmentally progressive country on the planet.

Paris climate deal: US, France, China emerge big winners
World

Paris climate deal: US, France, China emerge big winners

The climate deal adopted in suburban Paris was the culmination of four years of negotiations on how to get nearly all countries to jointly reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that scientists say are warming the planet.

Centre raises solar power target five-times to 100,000 MW by 2022
Business

Centre raises solar power target five-times to 100,000 MW by 2022

The release said that solar power projects with investment of about Rs 90,000 crore would also be developed using bundling mechanism with thermal power.

Wary of scam, PMO directs coal ministry to monitor auction, allotment
Business

Wary of scam, PMO directs coal ministry to monitor auction, allotment

The Supreme Court had in September last year scrapped the allocation of 204 out of 218 coal blocks to various companies since 1993 terming it as "fatally flawed".

The future? Toyota hopes to revolutionise market with hydrogen-powered Miraii
International

The future? Toyota hopes to revolutionise market with hydrogen-powered Miraii

The world's largest automaker announced Tuesday that it will begin selling fuel cell cars in Japan on 15 December and in the US and Europe in mid-2015.

Check out Toyota's new hydrogen cell powered Mirai
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Check out Toyota's new hydrogen cell powered Mirai

Toyota unveiled its new hydrogen cell powered car Mirai that it will begin selling from December. Here are the images.

Japan will restart nuclear plants only when it's 100 percent safe, says PM  Abe
World

Japan will restart nuclear plants only when it's 100 percent safe, says PM Abe

Japan will not restart closed-down nuclear plants unless safety is restored 100 percent, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Monday.

Carbon dioxide emissions set to rise to record high in 2014, say experts
World

Carbon dioxide emissions set to rise to record high in 2014, say experts

Ahead of the New York Climate Summit, researchers have revealed that carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions is set to rise again in 2014.

South Asia's growth to fall 9% by 2100 thanks to climate change: ADB
Economy

South Asia's growth to fall 9% by 2100 thanks to climate change: ADB

The costs of countering climate change in South Asia will also increase over time and will be prohibitively high in the long term, the ADB's "Assessing the Costs of Climate Change and Adaptation in South Asia" report said.<br />

Cheap hydrogen fuel to run your cars a possibility
World

Cheap hydrogen fuel to run your cars a possibility

In this new method, researchers combined cheap, oxide-based materials to split water into hydrogen and oxygen gases using solar energy.