The reality of economic imperatives, however, will eventually expose the folly of decarbonization plans.
“India cannot survive without coal as it has no other options.”
Sweden, China, India, Russia, and others are changing from occasional electricity from renewables to fossil-free electricity from nuclear that is continuous and uninterruptible.
The Union coal ministry on Monday announced plans to increase India’s coal production to 1.404 billion tonne by 2027, with an eye to further boost it to 1.577 billion tonne…
As host of the Sept. 9 G20 summit, India is ready to defend its use of fossil fuels despite the hostility of some of its guests toward the energy source.
If I was India, that is exactly what I would be arguing!
By 2020, the number of Indians with access to electricity had reached 99%. Yes, fossil fuels improved the lives of billions.
As the world’s most populous nation, India’s CO2 emissions are frequently cited by climate zealots in their demonization of the life-sustaining gas.
The “alarm bells” only ring for those willing to listen. It’s high time the West re-evaluates its energy and climate change approach – before it is too late.
To simply compare two 5-year periods is highly unscientific and meaningless statistically.
The threat to whales is hardly the only problem with Biden’s plan, as proven by an analysis of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s (BOEM) draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)…
In Asia, the need for sustained economic growth outweighs fanciful visions of a “carbon-free” utopia, making coal the obvious choice for at least several decades.
In fact, globally, there has been a steady increase in yields of wheat as measured in tons per hectare, with some of the highest being in China.
Indian sugarcane production increased by more than 64 percent, setting new records for production 10 times during the 30-year period
Green promises made at COP27 by China and India will be superficial at best.
Contrary to the predictions of thousands of articles and analyses, China is nowhere near reaching its peak consumption of coal.
From the CO2 Coalition By Vijay Jayaraj My grandparents survived a nationwide famine in the 1960s that pushed many Indians into abject poverty. Little did they know then that they…
An exciting new project for my company, Climate Forecast Applications Network (CFAN) to support smallholder farmers in Pakistan and India.
India is buying up cheap sanctioned Russian oil, refining it, then selling it to the US and EU for huge profits, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
In a bold and rebellious move, India has ordered reopening more than 100 dormant coal mines to meet skyrocketing domestic power demand.
The “fossil fuel lobby” is every one of us, because we owe our lives to the stuff, and the government actually knows this. That is why they are leaving boot prints…
In other words, it did not even hit the 46C threshold:
As one local oil analyst put it, “If Russia is offering oil at a cheaper price and the trade is between rupee and rouble, then looking at the national interest…
According to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) Coal 2021 report, coal-fired electricity generation reached an all-time high in 2021, increasing a whopping 9% in 2021.