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Norwegian company Equinor must lift its climate ambitions, minority investors say

By Nérijus Adomaitis OSLO (Reuters) – Norwegian energy giant Equinor must set tighter short-term targets for reducing the company’s climate impact when it presents a new strategy next week, minority shareholders have said. CEO Anders Opedal, who took the reins late last year with a pledge to accelerate the state-controlled …

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Consultation on the exemption of new constructions from the proposed tax rules

Thursday June 10, 2021, 12:16 p.m.Press release: Government of New Zealand The government confirmed today that new construction will be exempt from the planned changes in the tax treatment of residential investment properties. Public consultation is now open on the details of the proposals, which end the interest deductions claimed …

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Thai coal giant Banpu targets 6-fold solar growth with Australian deal

BANGKOK – Banpu, Thailand’s largest coal company, has decided to acquire two solar farms in Australia with the aim of increasing its renewable energy capacity six-fold by 2025. Banpu on Tuesday announced the purchase for A $ 97.5 million ($ 75.4 million) of the power plants with a combined capacity …

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Was North Carolina one of the “worst” states for business before the recovery? :: WRAL.com

By Paul Specht, PolitiFact journalist To hear the Republicans of North Carolina say it, they have changed their state. Democrats controlled state government for over 100 years before the GOP took control of the legislature in 2010 and then the governor’s residence in 2012. As State Senator Paul Newton pointed …

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Why sustainability is not enough in international education

GLOBAL Sustainability is a buzzword in international education right now, especially as we anticipate a post-COVID-19 era. As a result of the abrupt cessation of overseas travel and public mobility due to the pandemic, the earth has benefited from significantly reduced pollution. Phone anthropause has also led wildlife previously displaced …

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Tonawanda Seneca Nation’s Section 78 New Lawsuit Alongside Earthjustice Threatens Plug Power in Alabama

Less than five months after Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the development of a massive new source of sustainable energy – the Tonawanda Seneca Nation filed a Section 78 complaint with Earth justice to prevent the construction of this already approved project, which is expected to become the largest hydrogen plant …

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Recovery from a pandemic should be sustainable to tackle climate change:

Mattias Frumerie, head of the Swedish delegation to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), held a dialogue with many countries, including India, on how to reduce carbon emissions to protect the environment . In an email interview, Frumerie explains to Outlook’s Lola Nayar how carbon taxes and …

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Foley Weekly Automotive Report – June 2021 | Foley & Lardner srl

This report helps automotive suppliers inform their legal and operational decisions to help them overcome challenges and seize opportunities. Key developments New light vehicle sales in the United States in May should reach a SAAR from 16.5 to 16.7 million units, according to estimates released last week by Beetle Automotive, …

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Lebanon sinks into one of the world’s most serious crises

The 2021 World Economic Forum Jobs Reset Summit this week brought together more than 500 leaders from government, business and civil society to set a new agenda for growth, jobs, skills and development. equity. The action-oriented virtual event aimed to lay the foundations for a new economy, an economy that …

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The broadband industry continues (wrongly) to claim that broadband prices in the United States are falling

of tomato -tomato department When data does not follow its path, the American broadband industry tends to create data that. This was certainly the case during Trump’s tax cuts, when the industry claimed that a tax break would create thousands of new, well-paying jobs and boost investment in broadband (this …

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