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LISBON, July 28 (Xinhua) -- A Portuguese consortium led by the BLC3 Association announced on Tuesday that it had developed equipment that eliminates the novel coronavirus through "controlled" emission of radiation waves which are "much more efficient than solar radiation."
Apple Inc captured headlines last week for declaring it would be carbon neutral by 2030. The effusive global press coverage rightly pointed out the level of ambition on display from the company in pledging to hit such a target by the end of this decade. But all the stories I read missed some key numbers published in Apple’s sustainability report that make the plan a lot more interesting.
JAKARTA, July 26 (Xinhua): Indonesia will replant about 1,800 hectares of mangrove forests across the country by 2024 in an effort to ease the release of carbon emission and preserve the marine eco-system, an official said here.
Activists who lit up the world last year with fiery marches and Extinction Rebellion rallies have been forced indoors by lockdowns to stop the virus ravaging their communities, so many of their protests have ground to a halt.
Deep in the electric-vehicle industry’s supply chain is a little-known Japanese manufacturer that makes a seemingly mundane, but essential, device: coil-winding machines.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. presidential election pits a politician who supports environmental regulation and diplomacy to tackle climate change against another determined to dismantle such policies.
PETALING JAYA: Semiconductor companies are expected to see a strong rebound in earnings, driven by higher automotive sales and the possible adoption of 5G in new smartphone models.
Cars aren’t going away any time soon. So the ultimate green move will be combining two emerging technologies: autonomous driving and fully electric cars.
WHILE everyone is familiar with the regular recyclable materials and innumerable people are practising upcycling, little is known about recycling construction waste.