India is moving towards becoming the fastest growing green economy of the world, said Piyush Goyal, Minister of Commerce & Industry, Consumer Affairs & Food & Public Distribution and Textiles, Government of India and Leader of the House in Rajya Sabha.
Young people in India, and internationally, want careers that will help solve some of the world’s biggest challenges, as highlighted by new research by the Prince’s Trust, founded by Britain’s Prince Charles. The initial findings from the
India is battling a humungous health catastrophe – discussion on any other issue, whether major or minor, seems irrelevant. Heartwrenching images and stories top newspaper headlines. Stone-heartedly, however, one has to refocus on other urgent
The news is very much heart-warming. It is a landmark move towards clean energy and a clean atmosphere, so necessary to keep climate change in check. Abu Dhabi Airports and Masdar have announced the completion of Abu Dhabi’s largest solar-powered
‘Innovation’ is an abstract word that can seem a long way from everyday life. When I asked my flatmate what the word means to him, he said “people in lab coats”. But, in reality, that is only a very small part of what it’s all about. Innovation potential is
The article hits the nail on the head — green innovations need policies from the government, else there is no progress on that front (“Green innovation needs solid government leadership”, Mar.29, Gulf Today). The article touches upon various points
Suga has made green investment a top priority to help revive the economy hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and to bring Japan into line the European Union, China and other economies setting ambitious emissions targets.
Masdar City, the sustainable urban development in the UAE, is set to play a key role in the global green recovery from COVID-19 as it continues to add sustainability-focused innovation and technology companies. The number of companies
Green investment is the act of forgiving debt held by low-income countries in exchange for an environmentally sustainable project.
China has issued the first 85.5 billion yuan ($13.4 billion) batch of low-cost loans to financial institutions to promote green projects and corporate efforts to cut carbon emissions, the central bank said on Thursday. Under the carbon emission reduction facility (CERF),