Solar industry is growing globally and the year 2017 has been the year of expansion for solar. China led the growth spectrum by adding 52 GW of new solar installations in 2017, while US (12.5 GW), India (~6 GW), Japan (5.8 GW), Germany (2.2 GW) took positions respectively. Australia, South Korea, Chile, and Turkey also…
Category: Environmental Well-being
The Energy Revolution
As a species we have made incredible leaps through the centuries. However, energy has been one of the neglected issues in global development. Although our discovery of fossil fuels ran our industrial engine conveniently, it also kept emptying out the planet’s core. And after centuries, only recently the connection between continuous depletion of fossil fuel…
Climate Change and Health Degradation
In our pursuit for convenience and better life, we have gone a long way making inventions and innovations that make our lives comfortable, no doubt; but it also ruins the environment we live in. Operating on fossil fuel, most of the latest inventions pose serious threats to the climate, which is changing rapidly, thus affecting…
Investing To Make Cities Smarter, Is Investment for a Secure Future
Our cities are the physical embodiment of the largest and definitely, the most complex social engineering feat we have ever accomplished, symbolizing our social, political, economic, and cultural growth. From the very beginning, cities have been the centre of development, welcoming change, offering opportunities, and spreading (social, economic, political, and now technological) growth throughout the world.
WHY DEVELOPING NATIONS ARE INVESTING IN RENEWABLE ENERGY MORE THAN RICH COUNTRIES
In the race to create a better lifestyle, secured economy, and progressive social structure, a handful of countries have fared better than the rest. The reason behind could be the impact of the industrial revolution, natural resource availability, social awareness, or plain and simple agile business tactics. But, the result definitely sets countries like US, UK, Germany, Japan, apart from the likes of India, Africa, Brazil, Indonesia.