Monthly Archives: September 2013

Plans for World’s largest solar plant unveiled in India

India is set to build the largest solar power project in the World, with a proposed capacity of 4,000MW. The Government has announced the massive scheme in a press release by the Ministry for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises. The … Continue reading

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Can we save Canada’s wilderness from human exploitation? [w/video]

Canada’s hidden natural treasures are under threat. Tar sands developments in the Alberta region are already causing a devastating impact on the local environment, which many of us will have already witnessed through dramatic pictures of barren landscapes and polluted … Continue reading

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Largest tidal project in Europe gets go ahead

The largest tidal energy project in Europe has been granted permission by the Scottish Government. MeyGen Ltd., a joint venture between American investment bank Morgan Stanley, French independent power generator International Power and Australian tidal technology provider Atlantis Resources Corporation, … Continue reading

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Let’s name storms after climate change deniers! [w/video]

What if we named the most devastating storms caused by climate change after climate skeptics? This is exactly what folks at have done! Since 1954, the World Meteorological Organization has been naming extreme storms after people. But we propose … Continue reading

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