Acclaimed author Tim Winton used a closing speech at the Perth Festival to implore people and governments to wean themselves off dependence on fossil fuel industries, calling the current approach to climate change a “dumpster fire fuming with the status quo”. Key points: Tim Winton, Stella Donnelly and Pond frontmanRead More →

There is speculation that the rest of Europe will follow and close its airspaces to Russia as well. John Strickland, director of aviation for JLS Consulting, revealed what this could mean for the future of air travel. Regarding the impact this decision would have globally, John said: “On the faceRead More →

The following discussion should be read in conjunction with the accompanying Consolidated Financial Statements and Notes thereto appearing within Part IV. Item 15. Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements in this 2021 10­K Report. The following discussion may contain forward-looking statements, and our actual results may differ materially from theRead More →

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine poses risks of inflationary pressures and external sector risks to the Fijian economy – Dr. Neelesh Gounder Lecturer in Economics at the University of the South Pacific, Dr. Neelesh Gounder University of the South Pacific lecturer in economics, Dr Neelesh Gounder, said the Russian invasion ofRead More →

The latest statistical investigative report on the Fuel Retail Terminals Market involves a comprehensive assessment of the Fuel Retail Terminals industry, showcasing the variables that will affect the company’s revenue stream at the course of events assessed. Moreover, it gives an expressive framework of the possibilities opened up in theRead More →

Image Credit: International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons/CC BY 2.0 A renowned organization made up of American and Russian doctors warned on Tuesday night that a military conflict involving the two powers in Ukraine risks a nuclear “catastrophe” that could have horrific effects across Europe – and potentially the entireRead More →

Researchers from the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) at MIT and the University of Calgary have developed a new kind of shapeshifting robotic cube using 3D printing technology. ElectroVoxels, as they are called, are self-configuring robot blocks that can assemble themselves into all sorts of shapes. These modularRead More →

Business oi-Vipul Das | Posted: Wednesday February 23rd 2022, 9:11 AM [IST] BOB Financial Solutions Limited (BFSL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of Baroda (BoB), and Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Ltd (IRCTC) have collaborated to develop the IRCTC BoB RuPay contactless credit card which is particularly designedRead More →

Published February 21, 2022 The International Monetary Fund says the potential expansion of eNaira’s use to cross-border remittances and bank branch networks could lead to new money laundering and terrorist financing risks. The IMF revealed this in its report “Nigeria Staff Report for the 2021 Article IV Consultation”. According toRead More →

Businesses and individuals use the Global Positioning System (GPS) in several ways. They vary from simple activities such as driving a car to serious business matters such as asset management. GPS tracking system is crucial for many industries, especially transportation, and GPS tracking systems verify the location, movements, status andRead More →

The US Department of Defense recently released a report that reveals a consolidation of the defense industrial base, posing national security risks. The report outlines a range of efforts proposed by the department – ​​including more closely monitoring mergers between defense contractors – to help mitigate this risk. U.S. SoldiersRead More →

This article is published with ProPublicathe nonprofit investigative newsroom. BEIJING — In the Potemkin Village of Chinese propaganda, the Winter Olympics unfolded as an unmitigated success, a celebration of sporting and political harmony that obscured — critics say whitewashed — flaws and violations of rights of the country. In BeijingRead More →

Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Financial Derivatives Company (FDC) Bismarck Rewane, warned that the fall in the inflation rate in January was no cause for celebration. Rewane said this simply reflects seasonal favors like the harvest boom and post-Christmas blues, explaining that core inflation, which is a season without inflation,Read More →

The article by lead author Matt Landreman, research associate at UMD’s Institute for Applied Electronics and Physics Research and co-author Elizabeth Paul Ph.D. ’20, a postdoctoral fellow at Princeton University at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL), details how to more precisely shape the enveloping magneticRead More →

(NewsNation Now) – President Joe Biden said this week that a Russian invasion of Ukraine “remains entirely possible.” This is not the first time that the country has encroached on its neighbors’ borders during the Olympics. Three times in the past 20 years, Russia has invaded a neighboring country duringRead More →

Newswise – ALBUQUERQUE, NM – Sandia National Laboratories recently updated the Mac code to better help Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the global nuclear industry in assessing the consequences of nuclear accidents. The Maccs code can also assess the potential health and environmental risks posed by advanced nuclear reactors and smallRead More →

On Friday, officials from the Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP) highlighted the benefits to Pennsylvania of passing the federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Act (BIL), particularly to electric vehicles (EV) and alternative fuel infrastructure. PennDOT also unveiled its Electric Vehicle Equity Guiding Principles for private industry and otherRead More →

Exclusive: Monthly electricity bills for the UK’s 8,000 Indian restaurants have risen by £640 to £960, from £400 to £600 last year, according to trade magazine Spice Daraz Aziz Hundreds of curry houses may not survive a £16,000-a-year rise in fuel and ingredient prices. Thousands of jobs and Britain’s favoriteRead More →

As permanent flight decarbonization solutions continue to mature, different hybrid models are emerging to fill the void. The latest comes through a partnership between Magnix, the Washington state manufacturer of electric propulsion for aviation, and Desaer, a Brazilian aviation company. The two companies are teaming up to build a hybridRead More →

A new report from the World Bank indicates that developing countries face increasing risks of financial fragility created by the COVID-19 crisis and non-transparent debt. He noted that as rising inflation and interest rates pose new challenges to recovery, developing countries need to focus on building healthier financial sectors. AccordingRead More →

After being inspired by his father’s commitment to fitness, Richardson works hard to replicate and encourage others to do the same. INSTAGRAM/@langston_rich1 This story is part of an ongoing series that features USF’s black leaders during Black Heritage Month. In a fight at a high school football game, junior mechanicalRead More →

Corporate finance teams and their external auditors are going through this financial reporting season with fewer staff available to provide accurate financial statements to investors. Accountants are leaving their jobs in record numbers, both in corporations and in auditing firms, joining the wide range of workers who are reassessing whatRead More →

Waste-to-fuel startup WasteFuel has launched WasteFuel Agriculture which will turn agricultural waste into low-carbon fuels including renewable natural gas and bio-methanol that can be used in land and sea transport with carbon footprints. significantly lower emissions than fossil fuels. The new effort offers farmers a way to manage their wasteRead More →

(MENAFN) Russia is in a position to receive an additional $65 billion for its public coffers in 2022 if rising fuel costs remain at a flexible level, Bloomberg reported last week, citing forecasts made by economists. Bloomberg quoted Renaissance Capital analyst Donets as saying, “Russia’s fiscal position is so superRead More →

GUWAHATI: Green fuels or alternative fuels, which contribute to complete combustion and reduce vehicle emissions and fine particles, are encouraged by all stakeholders. Gasoline dealers in northeast India, however, have expressed reservations about the Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOCL) decision last month to roll out 10% motor alcohol blended withRead More →

When President Muhammadu Buhari declared the “gas decade” in 2021, he promised that his administration would ensure that gas development was a national priority – to drive economic growth, further improve Nigeria’s energy mix and provide jobs essential to citizens. To support this point, the President made a ambitious speechRead More →

​Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Officials from the Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP) today highlighted the benefits to Pennsylvania of passing the federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Act (BIL), in particular for electric vehicles (EV) and alternative fuel infrastructure. PennDOT also unveiled its Electric Vehicle Equity Guiding Principles for privateRead More →

Chandigarh: With the decision to grant major financial benefits to vehicles, from e-bikes to personal four-wheelers and commercial vehicles, the Chandigarh administration on Thursday approved the city’s first draft electric vehicle (EV) policy. city ​​for five years.The policy will now be in the public domain for 30 days for suggestionsRead More →

The Universal College of Learning (UCOL) has announced that it will offer the New Zealand Diploma in Cybersecurity from mid-February. With approximately ten billion internet-connected devices worldwide and the growing number of high-profile data breaches, the country increasingly needs to invest in data protection and storage. UCOL, a New ZealandRead More →

Openreach (BT) announced this morning that it will create 4,000 new jobs in 2022 – including around 3,000 apprentices – to help support the ongoing rollout of a new high-speed Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) ISP network ) gigabit-enabled, which aims to reach 25 million premises by December 2026. Currently, the operator “fullRead More →

Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-M) are using artificial intelligence (AI) tools to study the process involved in converting biomass into gaseous fuel. Computer simulations and modeling studies can provide faster insights for developing biomass conversion processes, since gaining such understanding through hands-on experiments would take time,Read More →

MILLIONS of Britons will get a pay rise in April after MPs vote in favor of higher benefit rates. Universal Credit and other payments will increase by 3.1%, including child benefit and state pension. 1 The annual increase in benefits will apply from April 2022Credit: Getty – Contributor Benefits generallyRead More →

The last document published on Global Coal to Liquid Fuels Market from 2021 to 2027 encompasses information on the changing competitive environment, life cycle stage, and opportunities. The report aims to offer a detailed overview of factors influencing the global business direction and overall outlook. The report highlights recent marketRead More →

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Sales Automation Powers Sales Teams Globally, 2021” report has been added to from offer. This research service aims to decode the benefits and role of sales automation in helping organizations sell. The study will also focus on growth opportunities for vendors and offer commentary on some keyRead More →

Details Written by Ian Taylor Posted: February 08, 2022 Wärtsilä has signed a five-year optimized maintenance agreement with Canada’s Société des Traversiers du Québec (STQ) which will cover dual-fuel ferries Jose Deschenes II and Armand Imbeau II. Both ferries run on Wärtsilä 20DF dual-fuel engines. In addition to the engines,Read More →

WSU’s Environmental Sustainability Alliance is calling on WSU to turn over its endowment funds to fossil fuel companies in an effort to fight climate change. Endowments contain donated financial assets, which the WSU Foundation uses to invest and raise. These funds are then used for the benefit of WSU, accordingRead More →