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China must clean up its energy mix and provide clean, sustainable energy to its 1.3 billion + population. This episode explores China’s first and largest shale gas field to see if this natural gas can lead the coming clean energy revolution.
China plans to use less coal and produce more clean energy in the next four years. Dulce Alarcon will tell us why. For more videos: http://www.untvweb.com/video/ Check out our official social media accounts: http://www.facebook.com/UNTVNewsRescue http://www.twitter.com/untvnewsrescue http://www.youtube.com/untvkasangbahay Instagram account - @UNTVLife Feel free to share but do not re-upload.
African countries will actively engage with China as they embark on the next phase of infrastructure modernization alongside development of clean energy, a senior AU official told Xinhua. Elham Mahmood Ibrahim, the AU Commissioner for infrastructure and energy said that China will play a significant role in the development of mega infrastructure and energy projects across Africa.
The Syrian army says a military operation launched in Sweida targeted Islamic State militants only, which did not violate a truce deal in southern Syria. Xinhua's Hummam Sheikh Ali reports from the battleground in Sweida.
(Yicai Global) June 1-- China and Japan have extracted methane hydrate on the sea floor, as Sueddeutsche Zeitung reported. Methane hydrate is a fossil resource found in raw masses in Earth’s seas and ice caps, and is a potential future energy source. The raw material is drawn from an oil rig in the South China Sea at a depth of 1,266 meters, Xinhua news agency reported this week, the first time China has been able to gather the resource.
#Live: Exploring the #Acropolis in Athens, where remnants of once-magnificent monuments still leave travelers awestruck. For the first time, Xinhua is filming the historic site with VR cameras. Now join our correspondent Gu Dunyu for an early morning tour of the ancient site, and find out how the the ruined temples are being protected with modern technology.
Environmentalists promote solar energy as an option to reduce pollution, but in places without a central electricity supply solar panels can be a practical solution. They are frequently used by nomads moving through the desert, and people living in remote villages. In recent years solar panels have come to serve as a source of energy in places affected by war and conflict. VOA's Zlatica Hoke reports solar panels are now a common sight in villages across Syria. Originally published at - https://www.voanews.com/a/3938644.html
02-18-2009 Russia, China sign $25 billion energy deal Beijing signed a deal with Moscow Tuesday to lend $25 billion to two Russian oil firms, which in turn will sell 15 million tons of crude oil a year to China for the next 20 years. The agreement will ensure the long-awaited extension of Russia's Siberia-Pacific coast pipeline to China, too. The pipeline project, agreed on late last year, will see the extension of the pipeline from the Siberian city of Skovorodino, 70 km north of the Sino-Russian border, to China. China will lend $15 billion to Russia's state-owned oil firm Rosneft and $10 billion to pipeline monopoly Transneft. China Development Bank (CDB) provided the credit for the deal, according to the Associated Press (AP). The Russian firms, on the other hand, will ensure ...
In the second of a two-part video series, we take a look at South Mountain Company, an integrated architecture, engineering, design, and build firm that has been bringing renewable energy to Martha’s Vineyard for more than 40 years.
In an exclusive interview with Xinhua,Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Achim Steiner said China is showing global environmental leadership in the adaptation of renewable energy strategies and investments, which is expected to lead to lower costs of accessing these new technologies in other developing countries.
China has launched a nationwide, year-long "anti-terror operation", state media said on Sunday, days after announcing a similar crackdown targeting the troubled Xinjiang region following an attack which killed dozens. official news agency Xinhua said, citing China's Ministry of Public Security, "Police are urged to stop terrorists from striking again and prevent terrorists and religious extremists from spreading from Xinjiang to the rest of the country." A similar campaign was launched in Xinjiang on Friday after the region's deadliest attack in years which state media reported had killed 31 people at a vegetable market. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/worldNews/~3/rpcFIvouP5s/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
On Nov. 17 in Mexico City, visiting Editor-in-Chief of Xinhua News Agency He Ping briefed Jesus Zambrano, President of the Mexican Chamber of Deputies, on the goals of the China's 13th Five-Year Plan. The plan would seek to maintain economic growth, transform the country's growth model, promote innovation, accelerate agricultural modernization and reform institutional mechanisms, He Ping told Zambrano. Zambrano hailed China's policies in recent times, principally in the field of economics, which had led to rapid and sustained growth, as well as the objectives of the 13th Five-Year Plan. He Ping was in Mexico on the third leg of his regional tour of Latin America, right after Argentina and Venezuela.
"북한 억류 미 대학생, 15년 노동교화형" North Korea has handed down a 15 year long prison time with hard labor to an American college student who had been on a tour in North Korea for New Year's. The 21-year-old American said he tried to steal a propaganda banner as a trophy for an acquaintance... which amounted to subversion according to North Korean standards. But given the North's history of using detained Americans to bring in high-profile figures, this could be Pyongyang's another bid for attention. For more on this story, here's Connie Kim. North Korea has sentenced another American....Otto Warmbier has been sentenced to 15 years of hard labor for crimes against the state. North Korea's Supreme Court on Wednesday handed down the sentence to the 21-year-old student from University of Virginia, who...
I’m not about to forgive myself
cause this is the best thing that I have ever done
Pack a bag and catch the next train out
but I’ll be sure to call to let you know I’m gone
there must be something in the water, beneath these streets
I’ve been waking up with last night fresh on my breath
but funny thing is, I don’t seem to mind
I keep talking shit about the place where I grew up
but I’m still living here so does that mean I have yet to reach the top?
Twenty or so years of breathing refreshed air