The electrification of transport could transform our future – if we are prepared for it 

If we are to meet the imperative of leaving our grandchildren with a healthier planet, we must shift to a decarbonized, decentralized and digitalized energy system, as well as an electrified transportation system. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Author: Amit Narayan || World Economic Forum

ISRO’s MOM Unaffected By Mars Dust Storm

India’s Mars Orbiter Mission(MOM) is unaffected by the deadly dust storm which has hit planet Mars over the last few days. According to ISRO officials, the storm, which has engulfed a quarter of the Martian surface, which forced NASA’s Opportunity Rover to suspend its operations…

Indoor air pollution is deadly. Here’s an unconventional solution

Nine out of 10 people on this planet breathe air with high levels of pollutants. Air pollution kills seven million people every year. This makes it the world’s biggest environmental health risk. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Author: Ron Bills || World Economic Forum

China Wants The Most Powerful Military On The Planet By 2050 And They Might Pull It Off

This video shows you that China Wants The Most Powerful Military On The Planet By 2050 And They Might Pull It Off. On the opening day of its National People’s Congress in Beijing on Monday, China announced a defense budget of 1.11 trillion yuan (US$175…

This is where the future of clean energy will come from

By now, we all know that global warming is slowly boiling our planet. We also understand that a long list of human activities is the main cause behind it, and that our insatiable hunger for energy is at the top of this list. Yet, our…

Humanity’s most existential risks are getting worse. Here’s a major reason why

As 2018 starts with waves of extreme weather across the planet, it seems uncomfortably appropriate that environmental issues have once again dominated the list of the most urgent risks identified in the World Economic Forum’s annual assessment of global risks. The upper right quadrant of…