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AP In this file photo a securityman stands near the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant. A study by two IISc professors has sought to overturn the argument that nuclear power is essential for India. India's energy needs can be met entirely by solar and
View shafts to Auckland's cones, such as Maungawhau Mr Eden will be protected under the Unitary Plan. Public engagement on the Unitary Plan is unprecedented in local government history The big project for Auckland is the Unitary Plan and for weeks
Headlines News The Indonesian Industrial Estate Association (HKI) has urged the government to scrap an article in the proposed agrarian bill that limits land ownership for non-publicly listed industrial estate developers. The association argues that
Parsvnath Group (Parsvnath), India's leading real estate and infrastructure developer, announced the payment of an amount of Rs. Ministry of Railways, Thursday, for the development of 15.27 hectares (38 acres) of railway land area situated at Sarai
00 AM MDT Updated: 08/04/2013 12:08:32 AM MDT The National Renewable Energy Laboratory set out to answer a big question for large-scale solar energy: How much land would be needed to power up? The numbers aren't good news or bad news," said Paul
The Indian subcontinent may lose close to 14000 sq km of land with rise of a one metre of sea level due to climate change, a study has warned. "Total areal loss due to marine intrusion into coastal areas of the Indian subcontinent is estimated at
Brownlee National Party, Fuseworks May 30, 2013, 12:01 pm Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee says major inroads are being made into the purchase of central Christchurch land for new projects, with agreement reached for almost two
Ga. (AP) A decades-old state law passed to protect Jekyll Island's unspoiled beaches, salt marshes and maritime forests seems simple enough, limiting development of hotels, golf courses and other amenities to just 35 percent of the island's land area.
This is part two of a two-part series on the limits of human economic growth on planet Earth. Part one details some of the environmental and natural resource challenges we're up against. Here, we look at the ultimate size of the resource pool and
If greenhouse gas emissions carry on increasing, then about 20% of the land area of the planet will undergo change and the creatures that have made their homes in what were once stable ecosystems will have to adapt swiftly, or face grim consequences.