India plans to fell ancient forest to create 40 new coalfields

There is also a question of necessity. While India is the world’s second largest consumer of coal, and annually imports 247m tonnes, costing more than $20bn (£15bn), India’s electricity demand is forecast to fall by up to 15% over the next five years due to the economic reverberations of Covid-19. Meanwhile, a report this week […]

VNPT IoT Platform achieves global certification

After going through the tests, VNPT and Authorised Test Lab, a testing unit of oneM2M, will continue to finalise their documents and submit them to the GCF (Global Certification Forum) for VNPT IoT Platform to be reviewed and issued a certificate.

Beavers reintroduced to Britain after being wiped out by hunting win historic right to remain on Devon river

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Adani’s Carmichael coalmine doesn’t meet infrastructure fund criteria, says Greenpeace

“Building the Carmichael coalmine is in itself a ludicrous proposition, let alone lending the company a billion dollars of taxpayer’s money that we may never get back,” Greenpeace campaigner Jonathan Moylan said. “Our investigation shows the public how important it is to stop Carmichael right now, before we wreck a valuable part of Queensland.”