Saving the world from catastrophe: Shifting to cleaner energy

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Philippine Star

The record-breaking tornadoes that devastated Mayfield in Kentucky and sliced through five other states is showing that the impact of climate change is becoming more severe and deadly. And while the connection between climate change and tornadoes has yet to be clearly established, experts warn that these extreme weather occurrences are going to be our “new normal” – with typhoons, droughts, wildfires and heatwaves becoming more severe due to global warming. It’s evident that no place on earth will be able to escape the consequences of climate change, but the impact will be more felt in highly … Read more about Saving the world from catastrophe: Shifting to cleaner energy

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The Vault Quintuples Down on the Growing Potential of the Online Auto Market in 2021

JACKSON, Miss., Dec. 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Vault is one of Sonicbidder.com’s most frequent consignors. In the past year, the duo have teamed up for five auctions. Together, the two have made several millions in asset conversions, setting the tone for the bold and relatively new landscape of online-only automotive auctions. When Sonicbidder.com announced plans […]

CNH Industrial announces publication of combined financial figures for both Off-Highway and On-Highwaybusinesses

ADVERTISEMENT. This announcement is an advertisement for the purposes of Regulation (EU) 2017/1129, as amended (the “Prospectus Regulation”) relating to the intention of Iveco Group N.V. (“Iveco Group”) to proceed with the Admission (as defined below). This announcement does not constitute or form part of a prospectus within the meaning of the Prospectus Regulation and […]

Crops targeted in green power push

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The Bangkok Post

Crops targeted in green power push Biofuels could be cash cow for farmers, government The government and business sectors are working on a plan to grow energy crops as fuel for electricity generation to protect the world’s climate and improve farmers’ living conditions. Corn can be processed to make wood pellets, which can help fuel power plants. If successful, the government could save money by reducing subsidies for some agricultural products, while farmers would earn revenue from these crops, said Agriculture and Cooperatives Minister Chalermchai Sri-on. Yesterday he signed a memorandum of … Read more about Crops targeted in green power push

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Omicron Variant Spurs New Lockdown in Netherlands

“The Netherlands is shutting down again,” Prime Minister Mark Rutte said Saturday in a televised address. The new measures, beginning Sunday, Rutte said, are because of a “fifth wave” of COVID-19, due to the highly contagious omicron variant.Under the …