Italian journalist Nello Scavo has highlighted that his court case against Neville Gafa should be seen as a reform to the principle of freedom of expression.
Mahatma Gandhi, as this newspaper’s editorial said on October 2, 2019, to mark the beginning of his 150th birth anniversary celebrations, was the greatest Indian ever.
Texas taxpayers could be on the hood for up to $117 billion for the cleaning up of abandoned oil wells as U.S. companies go bustTags: Texas, Crude Oil, Bankruptcy, Tax, Clean Up, Environment, States, Oklahoma, Bonds
Union Minister Shri Prakash Javadekar releases SCOPE compendium on PSEs contribution amidst COVID-19
Shri Prakash Javadekar, Hon’ble Minister, Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Information & Broadcasting and Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises released Standing Conference of Public Enterprises (SCOPE)’s compendium ‘Building Self Reliant, Resurgent, Resilient India – PSEs Contribution Amidst COVID-19’.
A citizen campaign to drum up support for identifying a national butterfly has gained momentum with close to half a lakh people joining the movement from across the country.
Inside Clean Energy: Net Zero by 2050 Has Quickly Become the New Normal for the Largest U.S. Utilities
In 2018, when Xcel Energy became the first large U.S. utility to pledge to get to net-zero carbon dioxide emissions, I wondered how long it would take for those kinds of commitments to become the industry standard.
French energy giant Total plans to reduce its expenditure by $2 billion by 2023, Patrick Pouyanne, CEO of the company said on Wednesday.
Smoke from California’s unprecedented wildfires was so bad that it cut a significant chunk of solar power production in the state.
The first truck with Moldovan plums from the 2020 harvest has arrived in Italy.
India’s renewable energy sector, the fourth-most attractive renewable energy market in the world today, is all set to get a new player.