A massive $16.4 billion proposed coal mine has sparked protests and a heated debate. As the Adani project becomes a symbol of Australia’s future, The Wire examines the issues at stake.
Lok Sabha member B. Mahtab said that 2.7 billion units of electricity could be saved if the time zone was advanced by half-an-hour in the northeast region.
The decision allows Australia’s conservative government to dodge political embarrassment and potential damage to the country’s lucrative tourism industry.
Both the US State Department and Energy Secretary Rick Perry had positive things to say about the meetings and claimed that Indo-US ties could only grow stronger, with Trump claiming India had a “true friend” in him.
An investigation into the people, and the institutional failures, responsible for the abandoned coal mine pits scattered across Indonesian Borneo.
Controversy over resettlement and land grabs show that the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank can’t simply hide behind World Bank co-financing and standards, to deliver green development.
Potential challenges include the problem of resource raising, India’s fiscal consolidation promises and our energy security needs.
India needs to combine vast improvements in local-level energy initiatives with the effective implementation of clean coal to power the major cities.
Asha Abraham, an animal biotechnologist at Mangalor’s St. Aloysius College, is using mice to study metabolic syndrome.