India plans to allow abandoned coal-fired power plants to sell energy

[ad_1] FILE PHOTO: Pictured here are the chimneys of a coal-fired power plant in New Delhi, India, July 20, 2017 REUTERS / Adnan Abidi Energy Sudarshan Varadhan BENGALURU (Reuters) – India’s energy ministry proposes that coal-fired power plants continue to sell energy after contracts have been concluded with buyers, according to a letter released by … Read more

The United Nations is working “at full speed” to prepare the humanitarian mission to Tigray, Ethiopia

[ad_1] Child trafficking is growing in Mali, with forced labor and forced recruitment by armed groups due to conflict, insecurity and the COVID-19 pandemic, the UN Refugee Agency UNHCR said on Tuesday. According to a UNHCR-backed study, approximately 230 cases of child recruitment were reported in the first half of the year, compared with 215 … Read more

Small Business Saturdays continue at Charlotte’s South End – WCNC

[ad_1] There are still little business Saturdays in Charlotte’s South EndWCNC Small Business Saturday: How to Find Local Small Businesses Near YouDaily Express Supporting local businesses during this holiday seasonKENS 5: Your San Antonio news source How To Avoid Amazon And Shop Local During This Holiday SeasonBNN Shop locally during this holiday season at … Read more

The scientists behind the Oxford Covid vaccine are expected to begin recent malaria vaccination trials soon, World News

[ad_1] The Oxford team behind a successful COVID-19 vaccine candidate will soon enter the final stage of human trials of malaria vaccination. Scientists from the Jenner Institute at the University of Oxford worked on both vaccines. Jenner Institute director Adrian Hill said the malaria vaccine will be tested next year on 4,800 children in Africa, … Read more