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Updates on Coal, Energy, IFIs, Land, Water and Forest: 24 July, 2015

A.Coal & Energy

  1. Gamesa, Orange Renewable sign up for 250 MW wind power project:
  2. What Happens After the Coal Plant Closes?:\
  3. House Approves Bill to Tweak Coal Ash Standards:
  4. White House Issues Veto Threat For House Coal Ash Bill:\
  5. China, India raised global demand for metals and energy: Report:
  6. Adani Ports raises $650 million via dollar bond issue:
  7. Power crisis looms large:
  8. PSU power companies appoint EMTA for their blocks:
  9. Seven of 67 auctioned coal mines begin operation:
  10. Hansraj Ahir puts in a word for Baranj villagers:
  11. Coal contracts to be linked with power tariff:
  12. In a first, forecasting helps TNEB make most of wind power:
  13. Coal auctions: 10 mines up for bidding in August:
  14. Tata Power plans 18,000 MW generation capacity by 2022:
  15. Impact investing could help plug $2.5tn funding gap for development:
  16. Climate action isn’t preserve of the leftwing, says energy minister:
  17. Mangroves help protect against sea-level rise:


  1. Why is Asian infrastructure bank different?:
  2. Louis Berger case: Centre may initiate CBI probe:

C.Land, Water & Forest

  1. Maldives allows foreign ownership of land despite opposition concern:
  2. Posco’s fate hangs in the balance:
  3. Giving land to govt? Get more money:
  4. Demand for withdrawal of land bill grows:
  5. भारतीय रेल के पूर्वी कॉरिडोर को मेगा सिस्टम अनुबंध:
  6. Scott Walker’s presidency: Iran nuclear deal goes ‘on day one’, then Obamacare:
  7. India, Brazil decide to explore ways to boost cooperation:

About Intercultural Resources

Intercultural Resources is a forum for research and political intervention on issues related to the impacts and alternatives to destructive development. Our effort draws upon the social, cultural, material and intellectual resources that have been generated in the course of dialogues between people of different cultures on questions of social justice, development and self-rule. We are of the view that dialogue can sustain plurality and open possibilities for recovery of the ground lost on account of inter-cultural alienation, which is manifest in a variety of forms of violence that we encounter everyday at different levels of social life. Intercultural Resources is based in Delhi, India. Email:


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