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Much improvement is needed to reduce India’s Cotton water footprint to meet global standards

Water challenged India needs to learn how to better reduce its cotton water footprint, in order to move ahead and meet global standards. One of India’s largest export is in fact water in the form of raw materials exports ranging from automobiles to cotton. The irony of the situation is such that in...

Private companies weave their magic and help farmers connect with their land and the market

Corporates are stepping in to finance needy farmers and are succeeding where Chartitable and governmental institutions have failed. If you are curious as to how and why, read on. Half a decade ago, farmers in Mozambique could not feed their birds for want of soy. They had to import all of their...

Geologists have found a large oil field in the vicinity of the airport of London

Not far from London Gatwick Airport (South UK) a large deposit of oil was found, reports The Guardian, citing data from research firm UK Oil & Gas (UKOG). British oil exploration company UK Oil & Gas Investments (UKOG) on Thursday announced that they have opened substantial oil reserves in...

Iran becomes founding member of AIIB

China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has accepted Iran as a founding member. The decision was made by existing members including China, Britain, France, India and Italy while adding UAE as well. Britain, Brazil and Switzerland are also among the 35 founding members of the AIIB...

Shell Sued Greenpeace to Stop the Activity on the Platform

Lawyers of the company appealed to the Federal Court of the State of Alaska with a request to remove activists from Polar Pioneer rig, said the environmental organization. Oil Company Shell has sued the organization Greenpeace, whose activists have already been for more than 40 hours on the...

Iron Ore Supply Glut Pulls Down Prices

Dampened growth outlook for China is weighing heavy on iron ore demand. World Iron Ore market is witnessing an expansion in supplies led by increasing capacity of largest producer across the world. The beginning of 2015 was even tougher for the iron ore market than the finish of 2014. The iron ore...

US State Department to Exclude Cuba from the List of Terrorism Sponsors

US State Department may exclude Cuba from the list of states sponsors of terrorism in the next two days, reports CNN referring to the US administration. Official announcement of the US State Department can be done as early as Wednesday, the newspaper notes. President Barack Obama must approve...

Ikea gifts solar lanterns to Syrian in the Al Azraq refugee camp

Ikea’s Brighter lives for Refugees has enabled Syrian refugees in the Al Azraq to have a sense of normalcy in these troubled times of war. The sun not only drives the seasons and brings about great migrations all over the world, but is also primarily the main source of all energies that drives...

MVP Group’s CSR Council Provides financial assistance to Philippine’s Special Action Force

In a well-organized ceremony attended by the movers and shakers from TV5, the MVP Group, Meralco Foundation, and Alagang Kapatid, the MVP Group’s CSR council provided financial assistance to the officers in PNP’s Special Action Force who were injured in the line of duty during the Mamasapano...

Natural vs Synthetic dyes – the paradox of sustainability

Although natural dyes have a smaller pollution footprint, they are expensive to grow and are not economical for large scale manufacturing, Synthetic dyes on the other hand make more economical sense but have a larger pollution footprint. With the world gone “consumption-mad”, untreated chemicals...
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