Climate Change

E-Waste: The Afterlife Of Electronic And Electrical Equipment

E-waste is a threat that is possibly bigger than plastic wastes to the entire ecosystem. There is a need to recognise these growing global hazard and find ways to deal with it.

Najib Judicial Review On House Arrest To Take Centrestage

Former Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak has proven, based on strong circumstantial evidence, that Agong's Decree on House Arrest exists and that he merits benefit of the doubt on the matter!
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Climate Compensation Is On The Agenda At COP27 For The First Time

Much of the tension at COP27 is expected to relate to loss and damage - funds provided by wealthy nations to vulnerable lower-income countries that bear little responsibility for climate-warming emissions.

Hurricane Ian Intensifies As Millions Flee Florida

The National Hurricane Center upgraded Ian to a "extremely dangerous" Category 4 hurricane, but said the storm would weaken slightly once it reached land.

Europe Is Burning Cash To Assist Businesses In Midst Of An Energy Crisis.

BRUSSELS - On Wednesday, Germany nationalized gas importer Uniper (UN01.DE), and Britain capped the wholesale cost of electricity and gas for businesses, in Europe's...

Sri Lankan Crisis Pushing War-Torn Tamils To The Brink

COLOMBO - A 44-year-old Tamil labourer tended his rented patch of peanut field in Sri Lanka under a blazing sun, striking his spade against...

U.N. Chief Travels To Flood-ravaged Areas In Pakistan

ISLAMABAD - On the final day of a two-day trip to raise awareness of the disaster, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres visited several flood-ravaged areas...

Britain To Unveil RM517.48 Billion Strategy To Reduce Energy Costs

LONDON - On Thursday, Prime Minister of Britain, Liz Truss will control increasing consumer power prices and encourage alternative energy sources as part of...

Sichuan Struck By Province’s Strongest Earthquake Since 2013

BEIJING - On Monday, a magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck China's Sichuan province, the strongest to hit the province since 2013, causing shaking in Chengdu...

UK Pubs Warned Of Mass Closures If Gov’t Does Not Solve Energy Crisis

LONDON - The pub and brewing industries in the United Kingdom demanded on Tuesday that the government outline an urgent support package to prevent...

Floods In Pakistan – Massive Aid & Relief Efforts Needed

More than 30 million people have been displaced, with 1,000 killed, mostly children, in one of the worst natural disasters affecting Pakistan ISLAMABAD - Pakistan...

New Source Of Green Energy Taking Shape In Japan, Deep Beneath The Ocean

TOKYO - Power-hungry, reliant on fossil fuels Japan has successfully tested a system that could provide a constant, consistent source of renewable energy regardless...

Japan’s Sakurajima Volcano Erupts, Rocks Hurled 2.5km

Nearby towns on high alert as Sakurajima volcano erupts Sunday A major tourist attraction, Sakurajima volcanic mountain in southern Japan erupted on Sunday prompting the...

Neglected Forests At The Mercy Of Wildfires In Spain, Portugal

Most forests in Spain, Portugal made up of monocultures of eucalyptus and pine trees, which are favoured by the paper industry but are highly...