Greenland Current Affairs, GK & News
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration recently announced that the Earth Mass has deviated in August 2020 as compared to that of 2004-09. According to NASA, the sea level increase may be due to the change in earth mass. Findings of NASA The change in earth mass is mainly caused due to land movement relative ..
Category: Environment Current Affairs
The Ministry of Power, India and Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate, Denmark signed Memorandum of Understanding on Energy Cooperation. Highlights Under the MoU, the countries have agreed to collaborate in areas such as long- term energy planning, offshore wind, consolidation of grid codes, incentivize power plants, increase flexibility in power purchase agreements. Through this, ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2020
Category: International Current Affairs
Greenland is an autonomous country of the Kingdom of Denmark, located at the crossroads between the Arctic and Atlantic oceans. It is the world’s largest Island and lies east of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. The Capital of Greenland is Nuuk which hosted the 2016 Arctic Winter Games. Greenland also has over 70% of its energy ..
India’s Captain Aarohi Pandit became world’s first woman to cross Atlantic Ocean (AO) solo in a Light Sports Aircraft (LSA) named Mahi. Key Highlights Aarohi Pandit is a 23 year old commercial pilot and LSA licence holder from Mumbai, Maharashtra. About: This achievement is part of her ongoing Women Empower (WE) Expedition in the tiny ..
Month: Current Affairs - May, 2019
Category: Awards, Persons & Places in News
Topics: Aarohi Pandit • Canada • Commercial Pilot • DGCA • Directorate General of Civil Aviation • Global Circumnavigation Flight • Greenland • Iqaluit Airport • Keithair Misquitta • LCA • Light Sports Aircraft • Mahi • Scotland • Sinus 912 • Social Access • UK • Women Empower Expedition
Scientists are worried over sustaining food production and productivity of major crops like wheat, paddy, and maize due to the increasing levels of carbon dioxide. Studies have shown that even though increased carbon dioxide levels stimulate wheat productivity, the consequent rise in temperatures would have a negative impact. There has been optimism in tropical countries ..
Category: Science & Technology Current Affairs