The world was urged on Sunday to take urgent action to reverse deterioration of the global environment at the opening of the 54th Global Environment Facility (GEF) council meeting in this Vietnamese port city.
An Energy Efficiency Expert claims that industries and power plants in Bangladesh can save up to 50 percent of energy using heat recovery technologies.
On the issue of the enhanced safety and cost efficiency provided by small and modular (SMR) reactors, making these more suitable for Asian countries, various research has shown that SMRs, essentially by virtue of their design, provide increased safety by eliminating many of the factors that provoke accidents.
Following the 2015 climate change conference in Paris (CoP 21), among India’s stated goals to reduce the impact of global warming include achieving a 40 percent electricity generation capacity from non-fossil fuel sources by 2030 and 63,000 MW of installed nuclear capacity by 2032.
World leaders and officials from over 100 nations, including India, top heads of UN agencies and multilateral financial institutions, scientists and activists gathered in this Vietnamese city on Sunday for the Global Environment Facility’s (GEF) Assembly to tackle global climate change challenges.
As per the United States Department of Energy (US-DOE), lighting causes 5-6 per cent of the overall Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions globally.
Deep decarbonization – it’s so easy to say, and yet it is going to be so difficult to achieve.
Chairman of Nuclear Engineering Department of the University of Dhaka Dr. M. Shafiqul Islam contends that India’s success in Bangladesh’s maiden nuclear power plant project will further its claim to the membership of the Nuclear Suppliers’ Group, an elite club of 48 countries that regulates international nuclear trade.
The world is applauding India’s efforts in meeting its target under the Paris Agreement and waking up to the reality of major economies failing to meet theirs.