It's a little premature to guess that another golden age is on the way now that Lucasfilm is bringing in more developers, but for now, PC Gamer's Star Wars fans are excited to have something more concrete to look forward to than 'whatever EA is doing next.' And the detail that Massive and Division 2 director Julian Gerighty are behind an upcoming Star Wars game has us imagining some interesting possibilities. The game isn't necessarily just going to be 'The Division but Star Wars,' but we can still make some educated guesses about the direction Massive might take—or, at least, the direction we want it to take. Here's what we're expecting and hoping for. … [Read more...] about What do we want from Ubisoft’s open world Star Wars game?
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Delhi government believes that by improving the transport system as well as reducing traffic jams, harmful particles such as PM10 and PM2.5 which cause air pollution could be reduced by up to 5 million tonnes.Delhi's public transport system and electric vehicle policy could prove to be a significant step in this direction. The Electric Vehicle policy focuses on making electric vehicles to 25 per cent by 2024 whereas till now this number is just 0.2 per cent. The clarity about the necessary measures to be taken for the transformation of electric vehicles has enabled the Delhi government to take concrete decisions.Delhi's Electric Vehicle Policy would reduce carbon emissions by 4.8 million tonnes by 2024, said Jasmin Shah, Vice-Chairman of the Delhi Dialogue and Development Commission.At the same time, to make the public transport system more effective, the Delhi government is adding 1,000 low floor AC buses to the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) bus fleet. The new fleet of buses would … [Read more...] about Delhi govt aims to reduce 5MT carbon emissions
Paul Sullivan, a photographer and writer, who runs slowtravelberlin.com, moved from London to Berlin more than six years ago – and says the impact on his lifestyle has been profound. “London gradually started to feel like an overpriced city full of overworked people – I realised I was on a treadmill. Living in Berlin has enabled me to build a lifestyle that’s much closer to my ideal than I could have ever had in the UK.” … [Read more...] about The housing trap: how can Berlin avoid following in London’s pricey footsteps?
SEA of Solutions is an annual event covering the debate on plastic pollution, convened by the United Nations Environment Programme and the Coordinating Body on the Seas of East Asia, through the SEA Circular project supported by the Swedish government. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused new and extraordinary challenges, threatening public health, the economy, and the environment. Efforts to preserve life and prevent contagion, such as wearing masks and maintaining physical distancing remain important measures. However, repercussions are all being felt in the increased use of hand sanitisers and protective equipment; a resurgence in the use of plastics including single-use bags; extensive use of food delivery services and e-commerce; and delays or reversals in plastic bag bans. … [Read more...] about Drastic measures urged to curb rise in plastic usage
The document adds: “Not every normie can be redpilled, but if they’re receptive and open-minded to hearing what you have to say, you should gradually be sending them edgier pro-white/anti-Zionist content as they move along in their journey.” … [Read more...] about How Trump supporters are radicalised by the far right