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India’s capital Delhi begins 2016 on a ‘pollution’ low

People getting fined on new year’s morning, jam-packed metro trains, men trying to disguise as women, and top government officers taking to motorbikes were some of the highlights, even before noon in India’s capital city of Delhi. Though there is a

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Australia Climate Report

The Climate Council of Australia released its report containing shocking (and some relieving) facts. This report was released before last week, when Australia were ranked third-last in Climate Change performance by Germanwatch and Climate Action Network Europe, released at the Paris

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Last Week Highlights: Grant to promote Culture and Sport in South African schools

South Africa might just be benefited more in the field of sports, with the Motsepe Foundation donating R117 million to the Department of Basic Education for promoting sporting and cultural competitions. The amount will be paid over a period of

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Last week’s highlights: Northern White Rhino on the verge of extinction

The Northern White Rhino is closer to extinction than any other endangered species left on this planet. In this phase of mass extinction, where we have lost more than 50 per cent of our species in the last forty years,

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State of Electric Cars around the World This December

With the new Nissan Leaf model expected to hit the roads in 2016, the future of electric car seems brighter than ever before. Not only do they offer a great ride, the reduction in emissions is surely helping the planet.

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Last week highlights: Canada most educated nation

According to an Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development report (OECD), the country that possesses the maximum number of college graduates (those with a Bachelor’s degree) is Canada. Here are a few important numbers that throw a light on how

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Last Week Highlights: Tie-ups between universities from China and Singapore

The family of a late real estate magnate, Ng Teng Fong, decided to strengthen the educational ties between the two countries. The family donated $33 million to sponsor bilateral programs between three sets each including a Singapore as well as

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Last week highlights: Argentina to generate 8% of its energy through renewables by 2017

Argentina has set itself a somewhat realistic target of generating 8% of all their energy through renewable sources. According to a legislation passed by the chamber of duties during October end, solar, wind and hydro power sources shall make up

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50 years of New Zealand in Antarctica

New Zealand, one of Antarctica’s closest neighbours with a human population, completed 50 years of airlift operations to Antarctica on the 23rd of November. The land of the Kiwis has been supporting research missions in Antarctica for the last 50

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