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Make sure banks don’t fund more coal

The science is abundantly clear that we need to keep fossil fuels in the ground to ensure a future for our planet, and that means we can’t let any new coal plants be built anywhere in the world. So the Vung Ang 2 coal-fired power station in Central Vietnam – currently planned for financing by Japan’s biggest banks – is a definite no-go.

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High Performance UPVC Windows in Diverse Models

Windows have come a long way from being merely a hole in the wall. Nowadays, customers order windows which act as an insulating medium from heat and sound, have a high durability factor, need minimum maintenance, and add to the aesthetic value of their home. Sambhavi Solutions windows have ventured into the manufacture of UPVC […]

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Global Functional Safety Market By Region

Market Definition: Functional safety is the sub segment of the overall safety of a system or piece of equipment which are based on automatic protection. The purpose of functional safety is freedom from unbearable risk of physical injury or of damage to the health of people.The report study has analyzed revenue impact of covid-19 pandemic […]

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Okinawa announces Eco app for its connected scooters range

The app comes with a host of features to offer an enhanced, tech enabled experience to the users. The application allows a customer to use Google maps in roads and satellite view to see location of the scooter on the map. Thus, further enabling find my scooter function, that guides directions from phone’s location to scooter’s location.

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Upgrade to Green Windows / Doors to save environment

It is good to be green and save the planet’s energy by leaving a smaller carbon footprint. A large proportion of energy is simply wasted in homes due to old doors and windows. Apart from wasting energy we are also squandering money by not upgrading to modern, efficient systems that will be economical, as well […]

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Sky-Scraping Growth in Construction Sector and increasing SMB’s are Driving demand for Gensets

CAT, FG Wilson, Himoinsa, MTU, Cummins, Atlas Copco and Kirloskar are the major players in genset market. Closed type gensets have high demand owing to its benefits and government regulations. It is expected demand for closed type genset will further increase in the future. The market is segmented by type of gensets, by power rating, […]

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Green financing is not the only tool to unlock the potential of the green real estate sector: GRIHA

The second day of the 8th GRIHA Summit 2017 in the capital set the tone for the need for sustainability going hand in hand with ample financing for all the ideas and implementation for creating an ecosystem for sustainable habitat. With the recent predication of the meteorological department that due to the impact of increase […]

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Global Gardening & Landscaping – Aftermath of Global Warming, icebergs breaking off Antarctica

Globally the growth in the gardening market is motivated by M&A activities in the horticulture sector. The increase in consumer spending, rise of apartments and the awareness to improved air quality has led to increase in the sales of pots and plants. One of the major factors affecting the horticulture and gardening equipment is the […]

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Agriculture Corruption Economy Energy Infrastructure Lifestyle Politics

The lucrative mafia cum development messiahs – Cut, Dig & Mine for free-fall bucks!

The sand mafia is emboldened by political support throughout India, within 50 km of any construction site, there is likely to be sand mining going on along river banks and coastal areas. The sand-hungry construction industry uses river bed sand to mix with concrete and for making bricks, as construction is now contributing almost 10% to gross domestic product. It’s a quick buck-making industry with very little investment. All you need is a truck, labourers, a driver, and a place to go and mine, a cut for police (thullas, cronies and their neta agents) keeps them happy as ever.

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Using windows and doors to keep homes cool in a summer

Cooling with air conditioners can cost thousands per year while adding few tons of carbon dioxide to an already intoxicated planet. By following few green tips, you can cool off, save money, and make a sizable dent in your carbon footprint. If we can reduce carbon emissions from homes by just 5%, it is like […]

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