Taipei Feitsui Reservoir ups radioactivity testing
Radioactivity monitoring measures have been upgraded at Taipei Feitsui Reservoir as part of ROC government efforts to ensure the ongoing safety of Greater Taipei's water supply.
A global carbon emissions watchdog called for the Korean government to go ahead with its plan to introduce a cap and trade system in 2015, despite opposition from businesses and a deepening gloom...
World went on warming in 2012 – WMO
Last year was among the ten warmest years since records began more than 160 years ago, the World Meteorological Organisation says.
Northern Taiwan nuke plants at low quake risk
Northern Taiwan's three nuclear power plants are situated in a geological zone less likely than other areas of the country to be hit by major earthquakes, according to the ROC National Science...
Suntech revenue drops as debt restructuring talks advance
Suntech Power Holdings Co, the Chinese solar company with its main unit in bankruptcy proceedings, said the subsidiary will meet with creditors earlier than anticipated as it reported a 48 percent...
BHP's river clean-up too slow for some
Miner BHP Billiton has been given until the end of 2016 to halt most of the pollution discharged from one of its coal mines into the Georges River south-west of Sydney, a verdict that has split...
Nissan to tackle plug-in hybrids, fuel cells as well as electric cars
Nissan's Leaf is one of the highest-profile electric cars on the market, but the automaker is working on other alternative-propulsion vehicles, too.
Most firms get greenhouse gas reports wrong: report
Most of the world's largest companies do not report their greenhouse gas emissions fully or correctly and do not have the data independently verified, a study by an environmental research body showed...
Park Royal Tower-WOHA's innovative vertical garden tower set off in Singapore
Singapore-based WOHA Architects have built the Park Royal Hotel-a building almost completely overrun with gardens, water features and green pathways. The ultimate 'green city' comprises of vegetation...
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