The world’s first rotating 4D skyscraper in Dubai

The World’s first rotating 420 meters high tower, with an environmentally friendly dynamic architecture by David Fisher will be in motion changing its shape every second and will generate electric energy for itself. The kinetic architecture design concept though which buildings are designed to allow parts of the structure to move, without reducing overall structural…

Even Hybrid cars could be banned from 2040

  The Government are tightening the clean air agenda and drawing up plans to outlaw the hybrid cars that exclusively relies on traditional engines such as the Toyota Prius, by 2040 and over 98 percent currently on the road would be banned. However, Chris Grayling, the Transport Secretary, who has Toyota’s UK headquarters in his constituency is…

Central government help on its way to draught city

Scorched fields outside the city of Campina Grande in northeast Brazil, as the Boqueirao reservoir, dried up. The local farmers, serving over 400, 000 residents have lost everything bananas, beans, potatoes. The reservoir is down to 4  per cent of capacity and rainfall is expected to be sparse this year. After decades of empty promises,…

Change the Air App to control air pollution in New Delhi

New Delhi, the Indian capital, tabbed as the world’s most polluted city, is trying new technical way to help clean up its air. The “the Hawa Badlo” (Change the Air) app does just that, has two versions, one allow citizens to take pictures of likely pollutants and the other allows authorities to investigate and act…

Amazon forest tree species face extinction

According to the research published in journal, Science Advances, compared data from almost 15000 forest plots wit maps of current and predicted forest loss to estimate how many tree species have been lost like the Brazilian nut tree, food crops such as cacao, the source of chocolate, and other rare trees and how many are…

“Water Man of India” Nobel Prize for water winner

Delivering the 7th Annual Lecture on its Foundation day, at NIIT University, an Indian Congress MP Karan Singh said “ Green Technologies like earth-air tunnels, rain water harvesting facilities and water recycling systems would help the educational institutions to become self-sufficient.” The university felicitated “Water Man of India” Rajendra Singh, recipient of the “ Nobel…

Rio, Brazil’s leading coffee producer

The coffee industry in the state of Rio de Janeiro Brazil is getting a boosted investment of £340,000 R$ 1.7 million so that it an realign itself as a leading producer in Brazil, in a coffee “rebeneficiamento” operation used for grading and sorting raw coffee beans. The goal is to offer better quality coffee beans…

Aquaphonics being adapted successfully

 The Marine Products Export Development Authority (MPEDA) has launched a project to promote aquaponics, a highly admired food production system in various countries, in Kerala India. Fish and plants are grown in a symbiotic balance. Wastes from the fish provide nutrients for the plants, and in turn the plants filter the water for the fish.…