Green Revolution

RattanIndia enters EV space – EE Times India

Article from: RattanIndia Enterprises Ltd RattanIndia Enterprises is venturing into the EV space by acquiring a substantial strategic stake in Revolt Intellicorp. RattanIndia Enterprises Ltd is venturing into the field of electric vehicles (EVs) by acquiring a substantial strategic stake in next-generation mobility company Revolt Intellicorp Pvt Ltd. Revolt works …

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UK construction aid program may be doomed

Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits a construction site for new houses in Warrington, London, UK. Image: Andrew Parsons / No 10 Downing Street. Announced by UK Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick last weekend, the Help to Build program was designed to help more people build their own homes. Supported by funding …

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Moore Thompson describes the benefits of having electric cars for your business

Many businesses and individuals are worried about the impact of climate change on the world, which is why the number of new electric and ultra-low emission cars is increasing, writes Matt Upex of the Moore Thompson accounting firm. With the government’s commitment to stop the sale of new gasoline and …

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Sunday Newspaper Roundup: GlaxoSmithKline, Rare Earths, Amazon

Main investors in Glaxo Smith Kline are pressuring Dame Emma Walmsley after New York hedge fund Elliott Management was revealed to have acquired a large stake. Two of the drug and consumer goods giant’s top 20 investors said the CEO’s future was uncertain after four years of disappointing performance. One …

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Large mining companies and juniors set to profit as copper crosses ten-year high, shows little sign of stopping

The price of copper hit its highest level since 2011 this week, as the impact of the global response and the resumption of the coronavirus crisis continued to unfold across the broader economic environment. As it stands, supply is just about keeping up with demand, but with strikes in the …

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Boris Johnson warned of flaws in Green Revolution plan – UK risks losing opportunity | Politics | New

Center for Brexit Policy think tank chief executive John Longworth has warned the UK could squander opportunities for a green revolution without a comprehensive plan. In an interview with Express.co.uk, Mr Longworth insisted that Boris Johnson needs to implement important infrastructure for all green plans, like electric cars. He added …

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Chinese stranglehold on rare earths forces UK to enter secret talks with allies

The pandemic has focused government minds on the dangers of just-in-time supply chains in recent months, according to industry insiders. A roundtable hosted earlier this year by Mr Stafford included representatives from the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Department of International Trade, Defense and Defra. “The penny has started to …

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How UK mines will be key to ending our dependence on China

Cornwall and the North East could become hot spots in Britain’s race to secure essential metals to fuel the green industrial transition. China currently dominates the supply chain for batteries needed for electric vehicles and green energy infrastructure, including critical metals, lithium, nickel and cobalt, and rare earths that power …

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The water

by John Scales Avery I would like to announce the publication of a book that deals with the relationship between water and life. The book can be downloaded and distributed for free from the following link: http://eacpe.org/app/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Water-by-John-Scales-Avery.pdf United Nations World Water Day On its World Water Day homepage, the United …

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Spring: a chlorophyll revolution – Gettysburg Connection

I think calling spring an incorrigible flirtation is really no exaggeration. At every turn, this jezebel is capable of all kinds of seduction, and her insanity constantly distracts my attention from everything that isn’t me. American anthropologist Anna Sting describes this experience as “looking around rather than ahead.” I think …

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