Tags: climate change

Meet seven startups selected for the Zero Single-Use Plastic Challenge by GoMassive Earth Network

After going through a multilayered selection process over the last month, seven startups have been selected by GoMassive for the ZeSUP- Zero Single-Use Plastic Challenge to deploy their solutions with the incubators’ F&B partners which include Rebel Foods, Burger Singh, and The Beer Café.The selected startups are currently gearing up for a six-month Bootcamp program […]

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Vedanta Aluminium’s largest smelter claims to reduce GHG emissions intensity by 12 percent

Vedanta Aluminium, India’s largest producer of aluminium, has announced that its largest aluminium smelter has substantially reduced its GHG or greenhouse gas emissions intensity (carbon footprint) by around 12% in FY22 over the previous fiscal, while increasing production volume by 20%. On World Environment Day, Vedanta Aluminium commits to reduce GHG emissions intensity by 25% […]

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Oakridge Students Take up Extreme Weather Challenge

The world is witnessing hotter days and heatwaves with each passing year. We will see more changes in weather and climate extremes by end of the 21st century if we don’t act now. This begins with educating children at an early age to fight the crisis. As part of Nord Anglia Education, school organization, students at Oakridge […]

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NTPC to now convert waste into energy in Delhi

In a bid to reduce the carbon footprint, NTPC Ltd, India’s largest integrated energy company has collaborated with Delhi Jal Board (DJB) to utilize the sludge produced in the sewage treatment plants (STP) of DJB. The torrefied waste sludge was fired from NTPC’s unit 4 Boiler at Dadri. This green technological solution is an innovative […]

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Google shows impact of climate change on earth with its new doodle

Google has always demonstrated its creativity with doodles and highlighted important days and special occasions with its creative and witty animations. This time, to mark the Earth Day the firm presented a unique doodle. The tech giant with its creativity surprised people when they opened their google browser, they saw a series of animations of […]

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CREDUCE rolls out USD 3.00 million smokeless cookstove distribution drive

Indian carbon credits developer CREDUCE Technologies Private Limited has launched one of the largest distribution and deployment of smokeless cookstoves in 18+ countries like Africa, India and South-East Asian countries. In phase 1 of the five-year initiative, the company has earmarked $3million to procure and distribute 100,000 such efficient cookstoves during FY 22-23. The company […]

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MG Motor India, PPG Asian Paints launches a technology that can enable CO2 reduction of 1500 tons/annum

MG Motor India has recently become the world’s first automotive brand to use ULTRAX Degreaser, a liquid alkaline degreasing cleaner developed by PPG Asian Paints. The degreasing pre-treatment chemical launch aligns with the brand’s focus on making sustainable mobility greener, leading to a CO2 reduction of 787 tons/annum. Apart from the ULTRAX degreaser, MG Motor India conserves energy […]

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Climate change grave and mounting threat to our wellbeing and healthy planet: Report

Human-induced climate change is causing dangerous and widespread disruption in nature and affecting the lives of billions of people around the world, despite efforts to reduce the risks. People and ecosystems least able to cope are being hardest hit, said scientists in the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, released today. “This report […]

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Need to rapidly deploy more wind and renewable energy says CEO of GWEC on IPCC’s report

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has today released its Sixth Assessment Report – ‘Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. In response to the report, the Global Wind Energy Council has issued this comment. Ben Backwell, Global Wind Energy Council CEO, said: “We cannot yield to the worst-case scenario of climate change when […]

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Setting up an environment council would assist in the development of green policies: experts

Experts have backed the states’ proposal to set up an environment council, saying it would assist in the development of green policies for implementing India’s climate action. The idea to establish a separate council for climate action came up at the recently concluded World Sustainable Development Summit (WDSD), where state representatives proposed an independent body […]

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