Schools have become “an unofficial fourth emergency service” for vulnerable families across England and Wales, offering food parcels, clothing and laundry facilities to those worst affected by austerity, according to a new report by a head teachers’ union.
The role of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) in the transition to a clean, low-carbon energy system is increasingly recognized worldwide. Yet, their mass roll-out is still years away. This is not surprising because high costs, efficiency issues and the limited number of hydrogen refueling stations (HRSs) affect the business case for their production and use on a large scale.
Artificial intelligence (AI) will become a game-changer of the stock market in the future as AI technology and machine learning are more extensively applied to data gathering and analysis, a high-ranking executive of a fast-growing US startup said.
Iranian National Center for Addiction Studies (INCAS) and World Health Organization (WHO) have become close partners in working on addiction treatment.
A high-ranking delegation of WHO is in Tehran to unveil new agreement with INCAS which officially announced the INCAS as a WHO partner in training and research on disorders related to drug abuse.
Build green or don’t build at all. That’s the message behind a new San Francisco law effective in January 2017. By that date, all new buildings must use solar energy technology. It looks like California’s largest tech city is serious about 100 percent renewable energy sources by 2020.
US Republican presidential contender Donald Trump has once again defended his stance on torture, arguing that the US has become very weak and ineffective in the fight against terrorist groups such as Daesh (ISIL).