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Greengum Operating Permit

Division: Industrial Technology Portfolio: www.inceptholdings.com.au 14 January 2019 Dear Shareholder(s), The Green Gum technology is an investment with significant income potential. The Green Gum process (I.P. based) uses scrap rubber to manufacture rubber granules of flour consistency. This technology uses a low energy consumption and environmentally friendly recycling process, and makes it possible to greatly increase the clean utilisation of …

Katowice: COP24 Climate change deal to bring pact to life

By Matt McGrath Negotiators in Poland have finally secured agreement on a range of measures that will make the Paris climate pact operational in 2020. Last-minute rows over carbon markets threatened to derail the two-week summit – and delayed it by a day. Delegates believe the new rules will ensure that countries keep their promises to cut carbon. The Katowice …

Incept Company Update (December 2018)

11 December 2018 Incept Company Update (December 2018) Dear Shareholder(s), As most of you are aware the Incept Group of Companies (ISIN VGG618061086) has been through many significant changes as we strive to have our primary funding secured, concurrently moving into revenue. During the start-up, we have experienced many challenges; however, despite the numerous logistical issues we are moving forward. …

Climate change: EU aims to be ‘climate neutral’ by 2050

By Matt McGrath The European Union says it is aiming to become the first major economy to go “climate neutral” by 2050. Under the plan, emissions of greenhouse gases after that date would have to be offset by planting trees or by burying the gases underground. Scientists say that net-zero emissions by 2050 are needed to have a fighting chance …

Climate change: Report warns of growing impact on US life

By James Cook Unchecked climate change will cost the US hundreds of billions of dollars and damage human health and quality of life, a US government report warns. “Future risks from climate change depend… on decisions made today,” the 4th National Climate Assessment says. The report says climate change is “presenting growing challenges to human health and safety, quality of …

India facing its worst water shortage in history, report says

By Swati Gupta, CNN India is facing its worst water shortage in history. Six hundred million people are dealing with high to extreme water shortage, according to a report by Niti Aayog, a policy think tank for the Indian government. The report states that an average of 200,000 Indian lives are lost every year due to inadequate supply or contamination …

Two different forms of water isolated for first time

From BBC.com Scientists have isolated the two different forms of water molecule for the first time. Water molecules were known to exist as two distinct “isomers”, or types, based on their slightly different properties at the atomic level. By separating out the two isomers, researchers were able to show that they behave differently in the way that they undergo chemical …

QUT breakthrough holds promise of longer, healthier life

From the QUT QUT researchers have developed a new drug that has the potential to dramatically slow the ageing process and delay, or even prevent, major diseases in humans, including cancer, Alzheimer’s, Type 2 Diabetes and arthritis. The Scientific Director of the Cancer and Ageing Research Program (CARP), Associate Professor Derek Richard from QUT’s Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, said …

The innovation turning desert sand into farmland

By Aamir Rafiq Peerzada Faisal Mohammed Al Shimmari farms in some of the most extreme conditions in the world, at Al Ain, an oasis in the United Arab Emirates desert, where temperatures can reach 50C. “It’s expensive as we have to buy water regularly to irrigate these plants,” he says. Farmers have to use tankers to bring in water, and …