A 3D preview of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Solar Park.
A 97-metric-tonne shipment of humanitarian aid sent by members of Dubai’s International Humanitarian City arrived at Maputo International Airport
Though ranked high along with the European Union (EU) and the UK in the latest edition of the Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI) released by the non-profit Germanwatch, India needs to focus more on renewable energy, both, as a mitigation
Total is paying $2.5 billion for a share in India’s Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL) and its solar power assets, in what the French company said was its biggest investment yet in renewables.
Water scarcity and drought are one of the damaging effects of climate change. In fact, the United Nations warned in a report earlier this year that the two setbacks are set to wreak damage on a scale to rival the COVID-19 pandemic with risks growing
Glenn Youngkin wants voters in Virginia to hear an urgent message: your children are in danger. In a speech in Northern Virginia’s suburbs last week, the Republican candidate for governor highlighted the murky case of a student who allegedly
The health secretary, Sajid Javid is “leaning towards” making vaccination against COVID-19 a condition of employment for NHS staff. Obviously any NHS staff who fall into the category clinically vulnerable and cannot take the vaccine even if they
It has been a dark day for Facebook, in which a major news organisation — The Atlantic, owned by Steve Jobs’s widow — published the first in a series of what it hopes will be devastating articles about it. On top of that, its now well-known whistleblower,