A royal display of common sense: Once kings take commercial flights for official visits, will common VIPs follow?
The King and Queen of Sweden didn't just hop on to a commercial flight, but also carried their own hand baggage.
With renewable energy, Rail ministry to transform Indian Railways into 'Green Railways'
Through the Power Sector Reform (PSR) programme, the ...
Railways signs MoU with DFID for cooperation in field of energy efficiency
As part of its obligations & commitment to reduce carbon footprint...
Tech route to greener cities only 'smart' if residents follow
For about a decade, Zurich has been working towards a local aim of creating a "2000-Watt Society", where residents use only as much energy as would be sustainable for each person on the planet to consume.
Green is the way to go: Millennials now opt for sustainable, low carbon footprint holidays
Hotels should look to lower their carbon footprint, and protect the ecology.
Fires and floods make Saudi Aramco IPO a hard sell
The oil age may not be over — far from it — but oil is facing unprecedented headwinds.
'I miss my family and dogs', says Greta Thunberg as she hitches a low-carbon ride to Europe
The teen climate activist has concluded her nearly three-month long trip to North America.
India to see $100 billion energy investment by 2024: Dharmendra Pradhan
"India will see an investment of USD 100 billion by 2024 in oil refining, pipelines, city gas distribution networks, and LNG terminals. Of this, USD 60 billion will flow into the creation of gas infrastructures such as pipelines, city gas networks, and import terminals," the petroleum minister said while speaking at KPMG's Enrich 2019 conference.
Tata Power creates new arm to set up 10,000 microgrids in India
The TP Renewable Microgrid would be set up in collaboration with Rockefeller Foundation, which will provide technical support and will be an equity partner in the venture. The TP Renewable Microgrid will be operated and managed by Tata Power and it is expected to reduce carbon emissions by one million tonne per year as well as diesel consumption.
Doubling auto LPG fleet to result in USD 59 bn social, economic and environmental benefits: Study
A new analysis estimates that doubling the global fleet of vehicles run on auto LPG by 2040 can yield Euro 54 billion or USD 59 billion of social, economic and environmental benefits from cleaner air. The results of the analysis were discussed at a global conference of the LPG industry held in Amsterdam recently where experts underlined the potential for LPG.
From sustainable packaging to deliveries through EV, how Amazon India is mitigating climate change
With climate change approaching faster than expected, the Seattle-based retail giant Amazon is trying to be on the right side of the narrative in its fastest growing marketplace – India. It is now taking certain measures, including sustainable packaging, to contribute towards a greener environment.
How India's luxury hotels and restaurants are becoming more sustainable
From inhouse organic gardens, strict farm-to-fork policies and consumer awareness and education initiatives to menus built around local, seasonal produce and reducing food loss and wastage, some leading eateries have stepped up their commitment to sustainability, in the process changing the way well-heeled urban Indians dine out.
Tata Steel, six other companies join hands with WEF for responsible sourcing
The initiative will work towards experimenting, designing and deploying blockchain solutions that will accelerate responsible sourcing and sustainability practices.
Decoding the National Wind-Solar Hybrid Policy
This policy aims at establishing a structure on the basis of which large-scale wind-solar hybrid power projects can be promoted.
Tips to mitigate your carbon footprint: Go vegan, take direct flights, use smart geysers
A car with a hybrid drive train or one that runs on natural gas lower carbon emissions.
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