The planned facility will also produce some 300 kg of hydrogen daily, which can power the plant or be used in other industrial applications.
Globally, these silent extinctions have posed a problem for scientists looking to chart the true scale of human-driven extinction.
A nickel processing hub in eastern Indonesia backed by Chinese companies is stoking deforestation and harming the rights of locals, an NGO has found, as Beijing bets big on the metal used in electric vehicle batteries.
Even if Earth’s average surface temperature breaches the 1.5 °C mark in 2024, it does not mean the world has failed to meet the Paris Agreement target of capping global warming under that threshold.
Recognising the importance of the youth voice in determining the country’s development, they have committed to bringing their concerns and ideas within the charter to the prospective leaders elected next year.
The discovery of the two species proves that the ecosystem in the area is abundant and supportive enough for both wildlife and the residents of Thailand’s Phetchabun.
Eam Orn kneels in a forest in northwest Cambodia, pressing his hands together before an offering of bananas studded with smoking incense, and prays for the return of his land.
China's air pollution worsened in 2023, the first time it has done so in a decade, a study released on Friday said.
Assuming the same liabilities for both developing and underdeveloped countries affected by the climate crisis every year until 2050, Korea’s climate debt will average 20 trillion won per year.
The so-called ASEAN Joint Statement to COP28 released about two months ago is pretty much devoid of substance.
To replace fossil energy with clean, highly efficient renewables is a global target that will eventually address the climate crisis.
Working as a nurse in her rural Nigerian village, Andat Datau faced more than her share of challenges. But delivering babies by torchlight was always hard.
Being a front-runner in the climate negotiations, Bangladesh must recognise the interconnections between climate change and migration and raise the issue.
Asia boosted clean electricity output and slashed its share of fossil fuels faster than North America and Europe from 2015, data shows, underscoring resistance by Asian nations to a western push to choke private financing for coal-fired power.