If projected growth rates are to become reality, Vietnam would need to continue using fossil fuels without restrictions.
The increase in dengue can partially be attributed to radical environmentalists’ opposition to the most effective killer of mosquitoes, DDT.
India has authorized increased importation of thermal coal, removed all import duty on coal, is reopening hundreds of closed coal mines, and has asked existing domestic mines to produce at unprecedented rates.
Climate conferences are infamous for their grand hypocrisy.
Not only are fossil fuels still leading the energy mix, their prospects are stronger than ever.
During the first week of October 2021, both India and China made desperate attempts to buy the stranded Australian coal shipments in China’s port warehouses. The coal shipments, which were originally intended to be imported into China, were left stranded at the port after China banned the import of Australian coal last year. Despite this ban, China has now unloaded some of the shipments due to unprecedented demand for coal and electricity in the country. India’s industries too have made a dash to secure some of these stranded shipments as a severe coal shortage has gripped India. So, what can we [...]
Coal and India are looking for all the coal they can get.
The choice between hopelessness and hopefulness must be made based on present-day evidence and human potential, and not based on fears.
It is estimated that 360 million are in poverty in India and many do not have access to electricity.
Many African countries are beginning to comprehend the importance of modern agricultural solutions including the adoption of Genetically Modified (GM) crops.
It was just a normal tropical sunrise for many of the villages in the Southern coast of India. Many fishing communities along the coast of Tamil Nadu did not know what they would face that day. On December 26, 2004, a devastating Tsunami in the Indian Ocean stuck the villages along India’s eastern coast. More than 10,000 lives were lost that day in India. Those who escaped the Tsunami faced their worst nightmare. The tsunami destroyed homes, fishing boats, and entire village infrastructure. 154,000 houses were damaged or destroyed. The financial damage was around US$ 1 billion. The fishing communities in [...]
Almost completely absent from the media are the success stories of elephant conservation.
Brazil, Mexico, and Argentina are all in an ideal position to make a transition to a capitalistic economy and they must not wait for things to get worse.
Salmon aquaculture is the fastest growing food production system in the world.