Aneta Paunoska

Brexit costs more than expected – EVs industry heavily affected

Help! We need somebody… Government wanted for supporting EVs makers

Recently, the UK auto industry urged the government to move quickly to promote the transition of the sector to the manufacturing of electric vehicles (EVs). This includes support for high energy prices, tax reform, and investment in charging infrastructure. The UK auto industry is transitioning away from fossil fuel technology. Now, expectedly, is facing numerous …

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The first electric delivery trucks came off the assembly lines at BrightDrop's new facility in Canada

GM’s BrightDrop launches its first large EVs factory and DHL is the first customer

On Monday, the first EVs, electric delivery trucks came off the assembly lines at BrightDrop‘s new facility in Canada. At the same time, the General Motors Co. subsidiary also named DHL Express Canada as its first international client. It took GM seven months and more than $2 billion to convert Canada’s first significant electric vehicle …

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solar energy, renewables, solar farm

Solar projects to find new public land in the U.S. and they’ll cost less

The Biden administration said that it would start a process to find new locations for solar projects development in Western America. It is in order to speed up the approval of sustainable energy projects on public lands to battle climate change. His administration has already made a promise earlier this year concerning this topic. Biden …

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air pollution in Bangladesh is preventing this South Asian country from growing economically and is also responsible for the early death

World Bank and WHO agree: Bangladesh’s economy and people are dying by air pollution

The World Bank stated on Sunday that air pollution in Bangladesh is preventing this South Asian country from growing economically and is also responsible for the early death and illness of many. According to a survey by the international lender, pollution was the second-leading cause of death and disability in 2019 and reduced gross domestic …

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climate change caused wildfires

Climate change and heatwaves and wildfires: It’s always summer on planet Earth

Brutal heatwaves and wildfires marked this summer in the northern hemisphere. Europe and the United States faced searing heat. Pretty much was the same in China and the Far East countries. It seemed like this summer showed the real face of climate change. Now the summer moved to the southern hemisphere and the picture is …

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Electric rickshaws will change the polluting diesel rickshaws in India

Going electric: India is gradually banning diesel-rickshaws 

To improve some of the worst metropolitan air quality in the world, India will outlaw the use of diesel autorickshaws in areas surrounding the capital city of Delhi. The government order is rickshaws on greener fuels or changing them for electric rickshaws. Over the past few years, India’s fleet of electric rickshaws has increased quickly …

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Floods caused by intense rains in Santa Catarina

Hundreds stranded due to intense rains, South Brazil is devastated by torrential rainfall

After intense rains and two fatalities, Santa Catarina, a state in southern Brazil, issued a state of emergency. While Bolivia and Argentina are fighting wildfires, La Nina brought Brazil floods. Governor of Santa Catarina, Carlos Moisés, emphasized the need of safeguarding lives and offering humanitarian aid. That is why he issued a state of emergency. …

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NASA Earth Observatory image of wildfires in Bolivia

South America’s cities are choking in smoke due to wildfires

Wildfires season in South America started in August and is still at full strength. While the authorities struggle to shut down the wildfires, the citizens in nearby places are fighting for air. Cities in Bolivia, Peru, Argentina, and other countries are surrounded by smoke clouds. Local authorities are advising inhabitants to wear face masks to …

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