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KUCHING: The Sarawak government is expected to fund three new airport projects costing more than RM780mil to provide and enhance air accessibility in the rural areas. These are the new Lawas airport in northern Sarawak, for which RM480mil has been approved, and two short take-off and landing airports (STOLports).
NEW YORK: Two decades ago, when coal ruled US power generation, a Florida utility plowed some of its extra cash into a wind farm atop a desolate Oregon plateau.
If you type a search request into Ecosia, you’re helping plant trees in Ethiopia. The green alternative to Google isn’t the only online service playing up their sustainability.
VISITORS to Escape Theme Park will get to ride the country’s first chairlift up a hill, just like in the Swiss ski slopes. Except this chairlift takes you up woodlands to the top of the world’s longest water slide at 78m above sea level.
IT has been a collage of issues that have dragged FGV Holdings Bhd into the mire in recent years.
MELBOURNE: Mark McVeigh, a 24-year-old environmental scientist from Australia, won’t be able to access his retirement savings until 2055. But, concerned about what the world may look like then, he’s taking action now, suing his A$57 billion ($39 billion) pension fund for not adequately disclosing or assessing the impact of climate change on its investments.
KUALA LUMPUR: Mattan Engineering Sdn Bhd is looking at the possibility of a public listing in the medium term to raise the company’s profile.Its executive chairman Levin Tan told StarBiz that a public listing could happen within the next five years once its presence is stronger in the renewable energy (RE) space.
LONDON: Global oil demand growth is expected to slow from 2025 as fuel efficiency improves and the use of electrified vehicles increases but is unlikely to peak in the next two decades, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said.
Dell Technologies Inc announced a goal to make half of its global workforce female by 2030, one of a raft of pledges meant to foster greater diversity and sustainability at the personal computer maker.
PARIS (Reuters) - A short walk from the Eiffel Tower, Fatih Birol oversees the world’s energy watchdog, whose analyses of fuel demand have long been viewed as the gold standard by government officials, energy executives and investors.