Green Revolution

Tanzania, stakeholders commit to agriculture’s share in global trade

The Tanzanian government and the private sector have announced their commitment to increase the share of world trade in agriculture. Professor Siza Tumbo, deputy permanent secretary at the agriculture ministry, said the move is aimed at benefiting small farmers who make up the majority population. Speaking at the opening of …

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[Funding alert] Start-up EV REVOS raises $ 4 million Series A investment, aims to be “Android for electric vehicles”

Union square and Leading partners jointly supported the start-up of the EV infrastructure REVOS with a Series A investment of $ 4 million to fund the wide expansion of its peer-to-peer EV charging network and its Smart EV platform for two and three wheels. The startup will use the fresh …

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Time to rethink Biden’s anti-US energy policies

There is little room for nuance when it comes to President BidenJoe BidenFather of Killed Marine: “Biden Turned His Back on Him” ​​US leads military strike against ISIS-K planner. Pentagon official speaks with Chinese military for first time under Biden: MORE reportthe energy policy of. The Biden administration appears to …

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Opinion: US is out of Afghanistan and China wants to enter in search of Green Revolution minerals

US forces guide evacuees aboard a US Air Force C-17 Globemaster III at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul on August 24. Senior Airman Taylor Crul / The Associated Press The Americans are leaving Afghanistan, quickly. The Chinese can replace them, slowly. China has never had much success in Afghanistan. …

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Verdagy appoints new Chief Technology Officer to support deployment of green hydrogen technology

Verdagy appoints new Chief Technology Officer to support deployment of green hydrogen technology Hydrogen technology company Verdagy wants to accelerate the commercial scale of its water electrolysis technology to support the green hydrogen market – and it has appointed a new chief technology officer for the to do. The US-based …

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Building a talent pool in the field of sustainable development, a priority for the industry

The Singapore College of Insurance (SCI) has launched a series of programs for the insurance industry supported by the General Insurance Association of Singapore (GIA), the Life Insurance Association, Singapore (LIA) and the Singapore Reinsurers’ Association (SRA ), to build capacity in sustainability and green insurance. The Executive Certificate Program …

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Liquid Cooling Systems Market 2021-2027 by Major Key Players: Allied Control, Lytron, Schneider Electric, Green Revolution Cooling

Liquid Cooling Systems Market Size 2021 Industry Share, Strategies, Growth Analysis, Regional Demand, Revenue, Key Players and Research Report Forecast 2027 In this report, a comprehensive analysis of the current global Liquid Cooling Systems market in terms of demand and supply environment is provided along with the price trend now …

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Digital farming is essential for the smart farming revolution in Pakistan

China BEIJING, Aug 22 (APP): China stands ready to share its experience and help integrate information technology and agriculture into Pakistan’s green revolution. Faced with the common challenge of climate change, pandemic and population growth, smarter agriculture is the way forward for many countries, including China. “The integration of information …

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‘Green Industrial Revolution’: Government welcomes £ 260million boost to manufacture offshore wind power for Humber region

The government today announced a new boost to the UK’s offshore wind industry, confirming that more than £ 260million in investment is to be mobilized to support new manufacturing capacity in the Humber area. The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy announced this morning that Siemens Gamesa and GRI …

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The wealth gap must be closed to increase sales of electric vehicles

Ambitious plans for the so-called “green revolution” including the mass availability of electric vehicles (EVs) will count for little unless major supports and incentives are put in place to close the wealth gap. That’s according to one of Ireland’s foremost experts on the subject, IrishEVs.com editor-in-chief Tom Spencer, who has …

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