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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.
The suggestion to build a new intercity bus terminal in Ipoh, to replace the existing 60-year-old structure in Medan Kidd, has received the thumbs-up from residents.
Stunning pictures of outer space and planets have contributed immensely to scientists' (and humankind's) understanding of the vast unknown.
LONDON (Reuters) - Last fall, European Space Agency satellites detected huge plumes of the invisible planet-warming gas methane leaking from the Yamal pipeline that carries natural gas from Siberia to Europe.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Most European Union countries are at risk of missing their targets for reducing health-damaging air pollution for both 2020 and 2030, the European Commission said on Friday.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The respite of bluer skies and slightly fresher air that Jakartans enjoyed during the city’s large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) has given way to smog as activities resume in the capital. But air quality during PSBB, while it was generally better than other periods, was still not ideal.
A TOTAL of 136 volcano-tectonic earthquakes have been recorded from the western flanks of Kanlaon Volcano in Negros Occidental in the last 24 hours as it emitted white steam-laden plumes, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said yesterday.