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Floods and landslides in northeastern India claim more lives

Floods and landslides in northeastern India claim more lives
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-11


GUWAHATI, India Sixteen people died and six more were missing after a mudslide triggered by heavy rains tore through a village in India's mountainous northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh on Tuesday, officials said.The landslide hit the village of Laptap in Pamumpare district, about 40 km (25 miles) south of the state capital Itanagar. "According to preliminary reports, a hill caved in on a human...(Read More)

Storm unleashes record rainfall on Paris

Storm unleashes record rainfall on Paris
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-11


PARIS A storm on Sunday night lashed Paris with the highest rainfall ever recorded in the French capital, while other areas of France's centre-west saw as much rain as would normally fall in the entire month of July.Weather authority Meteo France said that 49.2 millimeters fell in one hour between 9:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. (1900-2000 GMT). The previous record for heavy rainfall in Paris was set on...(Read More)

Monsoon rains have covered most of India, rainfall within expectations - weather office

Monsoon rains have covered most of India, rainfall within expectations - weather office
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-10


NEW DELHI The seasonal monsoon rains have covered most of India and the amount of precipitation so far is within expectations, the head of the country's weather office said, raising hopes for higher farm output after increased sowing of rice and soybean crops. Cumulative monsoon rains have been 2 percent below average since the beginning of the rainy season in June until July 9, India Meteorological...(Read More)

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France's Macron says will continue to press Trump on climate agreement
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-10


HAMBURG French President Emmanuel Macron said on Saturday he had not given up on trying to get U.S. counterpart Donald Trump to change his mind about withdrawing the United States from the Paris climate change agreement.The final statement from the Group of 20 leaders meeting in Hamburg on Saturday exposed the divide that remains between the United States and other G20 members on the 2015 Paris accord...(Read More)

Dubai to start building new sewage system in 2019: state news agency

Dubai to start building new sewage system in 2019: state news agency
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-09


RIYADH Dubai is planning to build a new 30 billion dirham ($8.17 billion) deep-tunnel sewage system to be completed in 2025, the emirate said in a statement carried by state news agency WAM on Sunday.Dubai Municipality has completed feasibility studies for the project and begun work on its design, the statement said. Construction is expected to start in 2019.The tunnels will replace electricity-powered...(Read More)

Two states ban dicamba weed killer after drift complaints

Two states ban dicamba weed killer after drift complaints
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-08


Missouri joined Arkansas on Friday in banning the use and sale of the weed killer dicamba after a rise in complaints that the agricultural chemical is drifting into neighboring fields and damaging crops, the states agriculture departments said on Friday.Dicamba use and complaints about its use have spiked in the past two years in the United States. More farmers are spraying it to control hard-to-kill...(Read More)

Google to power Dutch data center with solar energy

Google to power Dutch data center with solar energy
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-08


AMSTERDAM Google will purchase all the electricity generated by the largest solar park in the Netherlands over the next decade to power a recently opened data center housing thousands of servers, the U.S. internet company and energy provider Eneco said on Friday.It is part of Google's ambition to switch its data centers and offices entirely to renewable energy this year, helped by the steep fall...(Read More)

Tesla wins giant battery contract in Australia, has 100-day deadline

Tesla wins giant battery contract in Australia, has 100-day deadline
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-07


SYDNEY Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) has won an Australian contract to install the world's biggest grid-scale battery, in what experts say will be a litmus test for the reliability of large-scale renewable energy.Tesla's CEO Elon Musk, known for his bold approach to cars, clean energy and space exploration, trumped dozens of competing proposals to build the gigantic lithium-ion battery that will serve as emergency...(Read More)

A neat skateboard trick: Recycling old plastic bags to make boards

A neat skateboard trick: Recycling old plastic bags to make boards
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-07


LONDON Skateboarders are known for high-flying tricks, from jumping off of ramps to shooting down railings, but now one British designer is touting an environmental trick of his own, by using old plastic bags to make boards.Around 1,500 plastic bags, or 1.8 kg worth (roughly 4 lbs), are used to make a skateboard deck by 22-year-old Jason Knight,, a Brunel University design student.The boards are...(Read More)





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