Monthly Archives: December 2018

Uber Plans to Put Self-Driving Cars Back on the Road in a Scaled-Down Launch
By admin December 7, 2018

Eight months after one of Uber’s self-driving cars hit and killed a pedestrian, the ride-sharing company is on the verge of putting its vehicles back on the road in a more reduced pilot of earlier efforts. Before the accident, Uber was driving its autonomous vehicles on public roads in four cities at speeds up to

Read More »
No Comments

How Did US and China Agree on a Pause in Trade War Escalation
By admin December 5, 2018

After a dinner meeting at the G-20 Summit in Buenos Aires, President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed on a cease-fire on tariffs. The US will hold off on increasing the tariff on $200 billion Chinese imports after January 1, 2019. This positive sign toward a truce on the trade war pushed major markets,

Read More »
No Comments

Breaking Down the New Waves of Energy in Developing World
By admin December 4, 2018

Campaigning for using environmentally-friendly sources of energy – renewable energy – to replace destructive sources of energy has been a global phenomenon. Today, the 24th Session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 24) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change is being held in Portland, marking the second stage of the Paris

Read More »
No Comments

Towards a Climate-Neutral Future: Europe Commits Itself to New Targets and Increases Cleantech Investment
By admin December 3, 2018

    In 2015, European Union (EU) leadership committed to reducing domestic emissions by at least 40 percent by 2030. Promises to roll out initiatives to minimize global temperature increases and adopt national climate actions plans (INDCs) were also notable elements of the accord. As of November 2018, the European Union’s Climate Action Tracker (CAT)

Read More »
No Comments

Yemen Crisis: The Weaponization of Aid
By admin

  Yemeni citizens are caught in the crossfire of a proxy war that involves much more than an exchange of bullets.  It is estimated that 80% of the domestic population have been forced into dire humanitarian need; some 18.5 million people are food insecure and 16 million have no access to safe, clean water and

Read More »
No Comments

Client & Experience