A Chinese firm best known for building air conditioning units is constructing a vertical city. Broad Sustainable Construction (BSB) said this week that next month it will finally break ground on its the tower that will not only be the world’s tallest but could, according to BSB, become a model for how China deals with mass urbanization.
Most people would rather not do it, a group of leading researchers, however, say drug wastewater analysis is an exciting and «rapidly-developing scientific discipline» that may useful to shape the way we treat illicit drug use.
Natural disasters have claimed countless human lives throughout history, with their unexpected waves of destruction. But there's still something uniquely terrifying and heart-breaking about an industrial disaster, when our best precautions fail and our achievements turn deadly. Here are the worst industrial catastrophes ever.
In 2012, in Latvia there were 133 active combined heat and power (CHP) plants with total electrical capacity 1021.0 megawatts (MW).
President Francois Hollande of France seeks reduction of unemployment in his country, by pushing the EU to increase spending in order to cut youth unemployment in Europe. He has also noted that recession is now «threatening the very identity of Europe».
Latvian bath manufacturer PAA has finished its production plant modernization project in Kekava. As a result the company managed to create an innovative new material – Silk Stone.
While drafting an amendment proposal for Data protection directive, protection of fundamental rights collides with business interests, and just as evidently – political and ideological divisions collide between European Parliament political groups.
Latvia's representatives – PeR group – failed to enter the finals of Eurovision on Thursday, May 16.
The bosses of oil giants engulfed in a price fixing scandal could be jailed if they are found guilty, David Cameron warned on Thursday, May 16.
The Latvian state budget is suffering enormous losses because the saving of drowning companies attracts financial consultants not by means of open contests, but based on the fact whether or not they are related to the ruling political party, experts believe.