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CUHK Business School Research Reveals Carbon-intensive Firms’ Stock Prices Drop in Abnormally Warmer Months

CUHK Business School Research Reveals Carbon-intensive Firms’ Stock Prices Drop in Abnormally Warmer Months

HONG KONG, CHINA, Jun. 29 (Korea Bizwire) – People revise their beliefs about global warming when experiencing abnormally warmer climate, research by CUHK Business School reveals. Climate change is a term too familiar in our daily lives. While we lament over the rising sea levels, melting glaciers and intense wildfires, most people do not seem [...]

South Korean Farmers Look to Tropical Fruits Amid Scorching Heat

South Korean Farmers Look to Tropical Fruits Amid Scorching Heat

SEOUL, Aug. 11 (Korea Bizwire) — With the sweltering summer heat showing no signs of relenting, an increasing number of South Korean farmers in inland areas such as Chungju are taking advantage of the extreme weather and turning their attention to growing tropical fruits. In the past, tropical fruits such as passion fruit, which originates in [...]

Development of CO2 Absorbent Hints at Potential for Eco-Friendly Future

Development of CO2 Absorbent Hints at Potential for Eco-Friendly Future

DAEJEON, Sept. 8 (Korea Bizwire) – A team of scientists at KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) recently announced the development of technology that will allow for the mass production of carbon dioxide absorbents, which are used for post-combustion CO2 capture that could hypothetically help ease global warming resulting from excessive CO2 emissions.  [...]

Chungju a New Mecca for Tropical Fruits

Chungju a New Mecca for Tropical Fruits

CHUNGJU, May 20 (Korea Bizwire) – Chungju is a city in North Chungcheong Province famous for its apple orchards, but is now steadily expanding its agricultural production to tropical fruits.  For the first time last year, Chungju cultivated passion fruits, which are native to tropical and subtropical regions. One passion fruit contains 36 percent of the recommended [...]