Energy

Restrain use of electricity, Japan asks residents

Japan is requesting that businesses and households use as little electricity as possible this winter in an effort to relieve the strain on its...

Climate change: US seeks public input on spending $270 billion

According to authorities, the U.S. Treasury Department is looking for feedback from the public on how to execute $270 billion in new federal tax...

130 mln people without power across Bangladesh

According to the government's power utility firm, a failure in the country's electrical infrastructure prompted widespread blackouts on Tuesday afternoon, leaving at least 130...

Fires surge in Brazil’s Amazon, worst September since 2010

According to government data released on Monday, after a spike in deforestation during an election year, fires in Brazil's Amazon rainforest have increased in...

Australia passes law for net zero emissions by 2050

With the help of the Greens party and independents, Australia's parliament on Thursday passed government legislation enshrining a commitment to reduce carbon emissions by...

US okays $1.1 billion arms sale to Taiwan

The Pentagon announced on Friday that the U.S. State Department has cleared a potential $1.1 billion sale of military arms to Taiwan, including 60...

Energy crisis deepens, Bangladesh to reduce working hours for schools, banks

Due to worries over rising gasoline prices and the effects of the Ukraine war, schools in Bangladesh will be closed an additional day every...

Indigenous concerns: Australia approves $3 billion urea project

After conferring with traditional owners about its potential impact on ancient indigenous rock art, Australia's environment minister on Tuesday rejected a request to halt...

US aim to improve climate with over $500 billion

According to three recently passed legislation, the U.S. government will invest more than $500 billion on climate technologies and clean energy over the following...

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EXPLAINED: The Labour party’s foreign policy in UK

David Lammy, Member of Parliament and Shadow Secretary of UK's State for Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Affairs, provides an overview of Labour's proposal for...

Australian defence gets strong with new helicopters

To better equip the Australian Army, the Australian government has decided to purchase 40 UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters. According to the Head of Land Capability,...

OPINION: Australia’s road in preserving Indigenous languages

“With a multi-million dollar investment in language education, Australia has embraced the global movement to preserve Indigenous languages, which was launched last month in...

Mental health: Australia’s BMX program is running success among youth

Teenagers in South Australia are using BMX bikes as a form of stress reduction. Young people who had a difficult begining in life might be...