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Climate change: More CO2 in atmosphere produces low-quality wh...

Roughly 60% of the protein content in the average Indian diet comes from cereals Business Standard, 2 weeks ago

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Scientists produce food from electricity and CO2

Scientists have successfully produced protein powder using electricity and carbon dioxide, an advance that may help combat food scarcity and hunger across the world. The entire process requires only electricity, water, carbon dioxide, and microbes. The method ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

New material may help convert CO2 into fuel using light

Scientists have developed a material that can help convert carbon dioxide into fuel and other energy-rich products using light without generating unwanted byproducts.
 DNA1 month ago

Tata Power Solar's Noamundi project to reduce CO2 emission by 3000 tonnes p.a.

Tata Power Solar on Monday commissioned a new 3MW Solar PV Power Plant in Noamundi, Jharkhand, and aims to reduce CO2 emission by about 3000 tonnes per annum.
 DNA2 months ago

Rising CO2 level to worsen India's protein deficiency problem

The problem of protein deficiency is known to be widespread in India, and if carbon dioxide (CO2) levels continue to rise as projected, it may put an estimated 53 million people at new risk of consuming less than adequate dietary protein, a Harvard University ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Global Warming May Reduce Protein in Staple Crops  Med India1 month ago

Eco-friendly plastics made using lemon extracts, CO2

Scientists have developed eco- friendly plastics using lemon extracts and carbon dioxide that may replace potentially cancer-causing materials widely used in everyday items like phone cases, baby bottles and DVDs.
 DNA2 months ago

Climate funds-financed Chinese plant to release 1.9 mn tonne CO2

A new coal-to-chemical plant in Shanxu province of China will release about 1.9 million tonnes of carbon dioxide every year, estimates Greenpeace East Asia.The coal-to-chemical plant, according to Greenpeace that quotes Chinese media's August 16 report, will ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

BHU lathicharge: Rahul takes dig at BJP

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi today slammed the BJP for the lathi charge on girl students of Benaras Hindu University. "BJP version of Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao in BHU," Gandhi tweeted, attaching a video link of the students who alleged that they were ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago

Limiting warming to 1.5 degrees possible: study

Limiting the increase in global average temperatures to 1.5 degrees Celsius - the key goal of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change - is still possible, but likely requires more ambitious emission reductions than those pledged so far, according to a study.
 Business Standard1 week ago
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Bullet train dream inches closer, to run in 2022

Get ready to see paradigm shift in the field of transportation as the dream of bullet train has come inches close to reality. The first bullet train of the country will connect Ahmedabad and Mumbai and foundation stone for the same was laid by Prime Ministers ...
 DNA1 week ago
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