Patent Suit dropped against Tesla

Nikola, an American electric-car start up company and pioneer in zero-emission trucks, offering pure electric and also hydrogen electric power across multiple who has delivered its first two vehicles to a customer operating at the ports of Loa Angeles and Long Beach, has dropped its US $2 billion suit against Tesla. The lawsuit filed in…

169 killed after a powerful Super Typhoon Rai struck

At least 169 people have been killed after a powerful Super Typhoon Rai struck the Philippines on Thursday with winds about 120 mph ( 195km/h) made 300, 000 people on the run for safety. There were fears  widespread landslides and flooding may have claimed more lives. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent…

Deadly Tornadoes kills 100 in Kentucky and does catastrophic damage

Rescue workers  from the National Guards from six states Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Missoroi,  Mississippi and Tennessee, are desperately searching for survivors scouring through the rubbles in Kentucky.  100-year-old Mayfield First United Methodist Church in Kentucky was destroyed in seconds by the tornado. Over hundred people have died in Kentucky including dozens in a candle factory,…

Connection between Colonial Exploitation and Climate Change

Amitav Ghosh finds the origins of our contemporary climate crisis in Western colonialism’s violent exploitation of human life and the natural environment. The Nutmeg’s Curse, traces our contemporary planetary crisis back to the discovery of the New World and the sea route to the Indian Ocean. He argues that the dynamics of climate change today…

Tories rip anti-sleaze rule to save corrupt MP

Suspension of Owen Paterson halted as MPs vote to review the system. Boris Johnson wants the independent system of combating sleaze in Parliament yesterday as he threw the government’s weight behind protecting Tory MP who was found to have repeatedly breached lobbying rules. This MP took £ 500, 000 from firms he lobbied for breaching…

India pledges Net Zero by 2070

Boris Johnson greeted around 120 world leaders and opened the COP26 conference and has called countries to end the use of coal, phase out petrol-powered cars, and reverse deforestation. He further said the carbon emissions must be halved this decade to keep global warming limited to 1.5°c by the end of the century. David Attenborough…

Endangered Planet survival guide

Back in 1800s the human race have worked out more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, the more the Earth’s temperature will rise, as the global warming had begun and there should be striking changes in the climate unless it burned less carbon releasing fossil fuels. Its use of coal, oil and gas continued to boom,…

Humans can’t digest grass

Financial Times’, chief features writer, Henry Mance, a vegan, would very much like you to be, too. His argument why lies at the centre of How to Love Animals, is challenging and funny. For some it could prompt moral reasons  that those of us who love animals, but also profit from their  suffering cravenly managed…

The Future of electric batteries recycling

It is predicted by 2030, there will be 20 million electric cars on European roads alone. While Electric vehicles may be carbon neutral during their working lifetime, what happens when they run out of the road. In 10 to 15 years when there are large numbers coming to the end of their life it is…