The “Planet Earth Report” connects you to headline ... dry from overuse –From the American West to China, Australia to India, some of the world’s most important rivers have been drained ...
Awareness of the importance of tree planting growing over the past decades, it is no surprise that NASA released a report in February, announcing that the world is literally a greener place because of ...
Consider the humble clove. The Romans bought them, probably via India, while first-century Indo-Roman pottery found its way to Bali. A millennium and a half later, the price of cloves in Malacca was ...
India’s cities also occupy 11 of 15 of the slots in WHO ... The year 2018 was the warmest on record for the planet since record keeping began in 1880, according to an assessment by US National Oceanic ...
China is spending a whopping $10 billion a year on extending its soft power across the planet. There are already more than 500 Confucius Institutes, which provide Mandarin language courses ...
Also, China and India remain the fastest growing markets ... London has more world-leading universities than any other city on the planet, and a buzzing cultural landscape which attracts international ...
India, of course, is no fan of any such belts or roads ... Governments and businesses from around the planet are working to strengthen diplomatic, strategic and commercial ties with African nations. ...
China and India are responsible for one-third of the world's new plants ... they are leading the way in making the planet greener thanks to intensive agriculture and tree planting programs. "[This is] ...
Chi Chen from Boston University, who led the research, said China and India 'account for one-third of the greening, but contain only 9 percent of the planet's land area covered in vegetation'. The ...
A February study using data provided by the NASA MODIS satellite found that the planet is greener than expected, and that the rise is attributed to an increase in vegetated areas in China and India, ...
They’re also making the planet greener. “The world is literally a greener place than it was 20 years ago,” NASA stated this month, “and data from NASA satellites has revealed a counterintuitive source ...
At the start of this century, it would have seemed inconceivable for the global hegemonic powers to imagine that the two most populous nations would be leading the world towards a greener future. ...