How politicians and governments around the world are dealing with climate change, solar energy and harnessing renewable resources.
A Looming Energy Crisis and bla bla bla
Oil prices broke $80 a barrel this month for the first time in three years, gas prices are set to soar across the EU and the UK and higher coal prices have already led to the factory shutdowns in China. While there’s so much talk about decarbonization and investments in renewables, it might seem odd that conventional fuel prices are rising. Isn't that industry supposed to be on the decline? Well, sadly, not yet. Our dependence on these dirty fuels is far from over and the looming energy crisis is a living testament to the failure of investors and governments in ‘building back better’.
Victorian Government Rebates On LED Lighting Upgrades
Victoria’s most popular free LED light replacement and installation activity under the VEU Program (VEU) is still live. An average Victorian household or business spends about 5% to 30% of its energy budget on lighting costs. Switching to energy-efficient LED lights is one of the fastest and easiest ways to cut your power bills by over 70%.
Terna Energy: A stock with great long-term dividend potential
The Terna Energy stock could be a great opportunity for investors looking for stocks offering good long-term dividend potential.
Why Is Carbon Dioxide Pollutant?
Pollutants Pollutants are defined as substances that directly affect human health. When you say the words air pollution to most people though, the first picture that pops into our head is a cloud of smog blocking out a city. Or, people in China wearing face masks as they walk down a crowded street jammed with cars.
This is how cities around the world can avoid a water crisis
In Chennai and Harare today, millions of Indians and Zimbabweans find themselves short of water. History, unfortunately, is repeating. São Paulo, in 2014, nearly drained its main reservoir as officials sluggishly responded to a drought. Cape Town came close to doing the same last year when dry weather exposed the fragility of a water system that relied primarily on rainfall.
PANTONE IS NOT A COLOR
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Effects of 1973 Oil Embargo
Written by David Charles, February 5, 2021 The world is a home to different countries of diverse cultural, ethnic, religious and political orientations. On this basis, some countries enjoy unflagging supports and loyalties between and among themselves while some are regarded as enemies as their relationship could be described as that of a cat and a rat. Over the years, The United States of America and Israel have formed a cordial relationship that has birthed fruitful cooperative efforts between these two great nations. Military, economic as well as technical assistance have made the roots of their relationship firm and it appears unlikely if not impossible to be cut off. Based on the foregoing, this article seeks to explore the effects of the 1973 Oil Embargo placed on The United States of America and its allies. Before swimming in the pool of discussion, it is pertinent to bring to the fore the historical antecedents that resulted in this economic punishment.
Energy Storage Systems – Solution to Frequent Power Outages
Our energy requirement is increasing daily. Thus, a reliable system is needed for a stable working environment. We already get our basic electricity via power grids. But in case of any failure, backup storage becomes important. It acts as the primary source of energy in such situations.
Energy Production from Waste: Abu Dhabi DoE launches new policy
The Abu Dhabi Department of Energy (DoE) has launched Policy for Energy Production from Waste (EFW) in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi in an effort to support Abu Dhabi’s transition towards a more sustainable economy highlight the circular economy’s role.
The Prince Charles Earth Charter - A Testament to Ignorance
Prince Charles has recently released the Terra Carta (The Earth Charter), which calls upon private business to fund a £7billion recovery program for the planet. It aims to widen the contribution being made into sustainability by getting big businesses to invest in Earth's health. The Earth Charter's intention is admirable, and any moves to repair and care for our home, the Earth, are to be applauded. However, I call The Earth Charter ignorant for one simple reason – it shows no regard for the natural laws upon which our existence is founded.
Sustainable Green Team Ltd. (SGTM) Profitably Transforms Hurricane Waste into Environmentally-Beneficial Organic Products
Hurricanes cause extreme damage due to strong winds, flooding and storm surges that create large amounts of natural waste SGTM provides synergistic solutions to waste disposal problems created by hurricanes that benefit the environment
Costa Rica’s electric grid powered by 98% renewable energy for 6th straight year
Costa Rica will add, at the end of 2020, the sixth consecutive year with more than 98% of renewable generation, according to data from the Energy Control Center.