Global Warming a Curse in Society
With gradual increase in the field of science and technology, new plants and industries are being developed. These factories contribute a lot towards the cause of global warming.
Global warming is the process of increase in carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and other harmful gases in the atmosphere. Global warming is also held responsible for the change in climatic conditions. But, as per a latest report, government staunchly does not want to believe that climatic conditions are causing the wildfires ravaging parts of eastern Australia.
Tony Abbott, Prime Minister of the country, completely disagrees with the statement and calls it as non-sense. But, Greg Hunt, Environment Minister, opposes the statement of the Prime minister and said that humans are not held responsible for the change in climatic conditions.
The Abbott's government released a report on the climate science organization saying that there exists a link between the climate change and the wildfires. According to the new figures, September is declared as the hottest month in New South Wales State. Moreover, the last 12 months preceding has been the hottest year on record across Australia.
The state funding policy to the Climate Commission was abolished by the government, but they continue to survive on public donations, as they complete their work of illustrating clear information regarding global warming.
Intensifying the race to develop the so-called ‘robotaxis,’ Fiat Chrysler (FCA) has decided to join a BMW-led alliance to develop self-driving or autonomous vehicles.
Electric car maker Tesla Motors is enjoying a rapid expansion in its used car business, prompting analysts to predict that the company is on the track to triple its used inventory sales.
Technology major Microsoft Corporation has rebuffed Consumer Reports findings on its popular Surface range of tablets and laptops.
Tesla Motors has received tremendous response for its electric vehicles despite their high price tag.
As automobile giants and customers are turning their attention from conventional cars to electric cars, the lack of charging stations continues to discourage many.
While Tesla is yet to officially unveil its next-generation electric semi truck, a report in Reuters added a new turn to the already swirling rumors by claiming that the next-generation truck will have self-driving capabilities.