Tuesday , 27 June 2017

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Oil demand won’t peak before 2040, despite Paris deal, says IEA

The International Energy Agency expects global oil consumption will not peak before 2040, leaving its long-term forecasts for supply and demand unchanged despite the 2015 Paris Climate Change Agreement entering into force. The Paris accord to cut harmful emissions seeks to wean the world economy off fossil fuels in the second half of the century in an effort to limit ... Read More »

Snapchat ‘files for stock market float’

Snap, the parent company of messaging app Snapchat, has filed to list on the US stock market, according to several reports. Based on investments so far, the California-based firm would be worth between $20bn and $25bn (£16bn-£20bn). That would make it the largest US flotation since Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba listed two years ago. Snapchat’s parent company Snap declined to ... Read More »

Database helps plant ‘right tree for the right place’

German researchers have compiled a 400-species database to encourage people to plant the “right tree in the right place” in urban areas. The team of scientists hope the information will help shift the focus away from the way trees look towards on the focus on biodiversity. Over the next decade, the urban environment is expected to increase by nearly 30%. ... Read More »

BP Deepwater Horizon oil in land-animal food chain

Researchers in Louisiana have discovered traces of oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill in the feathers of birds eaten by land animals. A team examined the feathers and digestive tract contents of seaside sparrows – measuring signature carbon from spilled oil. They say it “is the first demonstration that oil from the spill made it into the” food chain of ... Read More »

New Zealand’s latest earthquake could trigger a mega-quake

EARTHQUAKE IN NEW ZEALAND New Zealand is continuing to shake after being hit by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake, and there are fears the underground stress could set off even bigger tremors nearby. “We currently calculate a 12 per cent probability of a magnitude 7 or larger earthquake within the next day, and 32 per cent within the next 30 days,” ... Read More »

Meteorites reveal lasting drought on Mars

The lack of liquid water on the surface of Mars today has been demonstrated by new evidence in the form of meteorites on the Red Planet examined by an international team of planetary scientists. The lack of liquid water on the surface of Mars today has been demonstrated by new evidence in the form of meteorites on the Red Planet ... Read More »

Trump could change trade stance, says former Bush adviser

Donald Trump may make new US policy on trade more “nuanced” than his tough campaign pledges suggested, a former adviser to George W. Bush has said. Mr Trump has vowed to renegotiate trade deals, including with China, to benefit the US. But Pippa Malmgren told the BBC he may not be able to implement protectionist policies without damaging the US ... Read More »

AUS v SA: Rabada fifer gives Proteas 1-0 lead

Paceman Kagiso Rabada took 5-92 as South Africa beat Australia by 177 runs in the first test at the WACA on Monday after dismissing the host for 361 just before tea on the final day. The tourist claimed a third successive victory at the WACA after 2008 and 2012 triumphs and a 1-0 lead in the series, which continues in ... Read More »

Kumble stresses on the importance of communicating with the players

We all want the team to do well and the player who has replaced also to do well. But it’s important that we keep all of them in the loop,” says Anil Kumble After the Indian team’s first practice session before the first Test against England starting in Rajkot on Wednesday, India’s coach Anil Kumble said England is a quality ... Read More »

Will India dash UK trade deal hopes?

On Sunday Theresa May will land in smoggy Delhi with a large entourage of diplomats, advisers, business people and press in tow. This is an important visit. It is the new British prime minister’s first bilateral meeting outside Europe, the first step in her mission to “forge a new global role for the UK”. It is obvious why she has ... Read More »