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Resource Efficiency – Call for Advocacies

https://youtu.be/zCRKvDyyHmI   During the past 30 years our planet has been subject to an enormous amount of raw material consumption. In terms of where we stand today, 20 percent of the global population consumes 80 percent of the extracted minerals and metals. Natural resources, especially raw materials, are essential factors of production and

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How Can IoT Help Combat Climate Change?

[fny id="1"] “The Internet of Things can help decarbonize our energy system, provide modern energy systems to every human being, manage our infrastructure, and allow us to adapt to and address climate change”. Arun Majumdar, Director of Stanford’s Precourt Center for Energy. At the time of writing 134 of the 197 ministerial countries have ratified

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3Rs And its effects

Energy – the only commodity that gives human society the power to sustain its existence has been produced and consumed in an unsustainable manner. Physics, biology, economics, and chemistry: apart from other intersecting points, these scientific fields understand the essential truth about energy efficiency. Considering the definition on efficiency where

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How Can Refrigerant Management Combat Climate Change?

  Refrigerants, specifically chlorofluourocarbons (CFCs) and hydrofluorocarbons (HCFCs) were once majorly responsible in depleting the planet’s ozone layer. Their capacity to warm the atmosphere is one thousand to nine thousand times greater than that of carbon dioxide. To address this crucial issue, last October, 197 members of the Montreal Protocol* decided to

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