Category: NuclearEnergy

Why nuclear energy will fuel power-hungry China’s dreams of national rejuvenation

China is well on its way to reaching its carbon reduction goals ahead of time after years of structural economic change that emphasised shifting to low-carbon hi-tech sectors. A recent study suggested that China’s carbon dioxide emissions may have peaked

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Special Supplement: African Energy – A vibrant market

Jon Marks and David Slater of Africa Energy Live Data, draw on the company’s database of over 5,300 projects to review the state of Africa’s energy market.

First the good news. Analysis of the 5,300-plus operating, under-construction and planned …

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Marshall Omer al-Bashir Seems Poised to Stockpile Nuclear Arsenal as of the Year 2019

Marshall Omer al-Bashir Seems Poised to Stockpile Nuclear Arsenal as of the Year 2019

By Mahmoud A. Suleiman

This article comes against the backdrop of the news on  March 17, 2018 (KHARTOUM)  and quoted Sudan’s Minister of Water Resources and Electricity …

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Preparing for climate change

Climate change was the subject of a training workshop held for journalists and media professionals in Alexandria recently. The workshop was organised by the Environmental Affairs Authority’s Low Emission Capacity Building Programme in Egypt (LECBPE), the United Nations Development Programme …

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ECOSOC United Nations Economic and Social Counci : Amid Divisions over Jerusalem, Korean Nuclear Programme, General Assembly Hears Defence of Diplomacy, Dialogue to End Crisis, Put World on Sustainable Path

Secretary-General, Other Leaders Raise Alarm about Climate Change, Terrorism, Warning Safety of Millions Dependent on Robust Action, Funding

Convening for its seventy-second session amid a multilateral system overwhelmed by crises, the General Assembly heard world leaders defend diplomacy and dialogue

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Amid Divisions over Jerusalem, Korean Nuclear Programme, General Assembly Hears Defence of Diplomacy, Dialogue to End Crisis, Put World on Sustainable Path

Secretary-General, Other Leaders Raise Alarm about Climate Change, Terrorism, Warning Safety of Millions Dependent on Robust Action, Funding

Convening for its seventy-second session amid a multilateral system overwhelmed by crises, the General Assembly heard world leaders defend diplomacy and dialogue …

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