green deal

“Nuclear power must have a place in the process of decarbonising shipping”

The engine of the world economy desperately seeking a solution to its emissions: consumption of about 340 million tonnes per year of HFO equivalent, more than a billion tonnes of CO2 equivalent emissions, estimates of up to 400 thousand deaths and 16 million people ill every year due to air pollution


Iran bans cryptocurrency mining for 4 months amid power cuts

According to blockchain analytics firm Elliptic, around 4.5% of all Bitcoin mining takes place in Iran, allowing it to earn hundreds of millions of dollars from cryptocurrencies that can be used to lessen the impact of U.S. sanctions. Iran's economy has been hit hard since 2018

more than 90,000 cases

India reports global daily record of new coronavirus cases

The pandemic will not finish this year as the virus has spread from big cities to other parts of the country, Randeep Guleria, the director of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi, said in an interview with India Today TV

Fiscal crises

Algeria pins hopes on oil prices to avert cuts and renewed unrest

The government is offering debt and tax holidays and an $80 cash handout to needy families. "Losses of firms are being assessed. We are ready to provide financial support. Even self-employed people such as taxi drivers and hairdressers will be helped," Tebboune said