Tag Archives: long term

Shaken by war in Ukraine, Germany to buy dozens of American stealth planes » Capital News

Germany plans to buy up to 35 F-35 fighter jets manufactured by the American firm Lockheed Martin as well as 15 Eurofighter planes © AFP/File/JACK GUEZ Berlin (AFP), March 14 – Germany on Monday unveiled plans to buy dozens of American-made F-35 fighter jets, part of a multibillion-euro drive to …

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IMMOBEL: CAPITAL PARTNERS ACQUIRES THE LEEDS OFFICE CAMPUS AS THE FIRST ASSET FOR ITS GREEN OFFICE STRATEGY

PRESS RELEASE 08/03/2022 Unregulated information Brussels, March 8, 2022 at 08:00 CET IMMOBEL CAPITAL PARTNERS ACQUIRES LEEDS OFFICE CAMPUS AS A FIRST ASSET FOR ITS GREEN OFFICE STRATEGY Immobel Capital Partners, the investment management activity of the Immobel Group, the largest listed property developer in Belgium, announces the signing of …

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Increased marine heat waves affect summer monsoon rains in India

An increase in marine heat waves in the northern Indian Ocean, which have been shown to affect monsoon rainfall in a recent study, has focused on accurate heat wave monitoring and forecasting. marines in the region. In the study, scientists showed that the western Indian Ocean region experienced the greatest …

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Ukraine. Police arrest over 1,700 anti-war protesters in Russia as anger erupts over invasion | world news

More than 1,700 anti-war protesters have been arrested in 54 cities across Russia – as dozens of protesters express their fury at Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. At least 957 people were detained in Moscow as Kremlin forces advance on site of Chernobyl nuclear disaster Thursday. Hundreds of people also …

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New England states are warming faster than the rest of the country

Rhode Island has seen the highest rate of warming in New England since the turn of the 20th century, and its neighbors aren’t far behind as the region leads the nation in rising temperatures. That’s according to a report released last month by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration detailing …

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Insight – Bad banks doing good quietly

ASK investors if they like European bank stocks and for years you’ve probably heard: No, nein or no. Finally, things are changing. BNP Paribas SA of France, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA)SA of Spain and UniCredit SpA of Italy are among those that announced strong results for 2021 this month …

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Marshall Fire expected to put climate change at top of Boulder City Council’s agenda for 2022

The rarity of a winter fire razing Boulder County subdivisions a few weeks ago has all fingers pointed at climate change. In the news and on these opinion pages, climate experts and healthy planet advocates – including a perceptive 14-year-old named Emma Weber – are all saying the same thing: …

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Top sustainability trends for 2022, greening air travel and discussing plant-based diets

This week current climate, which every Saturday brings you a balanced view of the news of sustainable development. Sign up to receive it in your inbox every week. The World Economic Forum has once again postponed its annual event in Davos, Switzerland, due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, but its …

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La Nina is expected to persist until May before disappearing

La Nina could linger for at least another four months before the phenomenon begins to fade. La Nina could persist for at least four more months before the phenomenon blamed on South American droughts, milder weather in the southern United States and heavy rains in the Pacific Northwest begins to …

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‘We can’t ignore the reality’: Colorado fires underscore the urgency of US climate law | Climate crisis

Joe Biden ended his tour of neighborhoods devastated by Colorado’s most destructive fire by emphasizing the link between escalating U.S. wildfires and the global climate crisis, saying the United States can no longer “ignore the reality” of the weather conditions that “supercharged” the fires. Biden’s trip to Boulder County on …

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December 2021 was the 2nd hottest on record for Philadelphia, as part of a climate change trend

As to wipe the slate for 2022, temperatures have plunged and lawns snowed in the Philadelphia area and on the Jersey Shore Monday, leaving December as a quickly fading memory. But the last day of 2021, Dec.31, recorded an average daily temperature of 51 degrees in Philadelphia – 16 degrees …

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Cayman Islands, Spain, Portugal and Buenos Aires welcome remote digital nomadic workers to relocate

Spain plans to attract foreign workers with tax incentives. getty Lately, the account has been about the upsurge in Omicron cases, the closings of businesses, schools, and the cancellation of air flights and live events. As Doom scrolls through social media, you miss something. In the midst of the chaos …

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Indian cities underwater until the first rain in Greenland, 2021 was the year of climate change alarms

Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, a popular sentiment circulating on social media is that the coronavirus has been unleashed on us by Mother Nature due to the irreversible damage that humans cause to it. Although there are no studies that can directly link the two events, it is …

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Last buoy collected for the ’21 season | News, Sports, Jobs

The last of three new climate monitoring and marine safety buoys has been recovered for the season on the south shore of Lake Superior. From left to right, Jeff Koch and Tyler Penrod, both of the Superior Watershed Partnership, and Brett DeLonge of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. (Photo …

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Energy companies accused of bid-rigging and racketeering in US lawsuit | US News

A cybersecurity firm filed a $ 110 million lawsuit in New York this week, accusing Spain’s global energy company Iberdrola and its US subsidiary Avangrid of bid-rigging and racketeering. The 72-page federal court complaint outlines a plan by Iberdrola executives to generate millions of dollars in unnecessary capital spending to …

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Suzann Pettersen named captain of the Solheim 2023 European Cup | LPGA

Norwegian star to lead team Europe at Finca Cortesín in the heart of Spain’s Costa del Sol Pettersen: “It is the greatest honor of my career” Norway’s Suzann Pettersen was named European captain of the Solheim Cup 2023 today, during an official venue handover and press conference at Finca Cortesín, …

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After COP26 travel can really be a force for good – Barrhead Travel commentary

A contentious point for residents and businesses in the city is how the event and the visitors drawn to it will have a positive impact on the community. Whichever side of the discussion you land on, it’s a topic that’s more prevalent than ever when you consider responsible travel and …

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These four metrics are used to track drought and paint a grim picture

Drought has tightened its grip on the western United States, as dry conditions enter their second decade and to stretch a river which supplies 40 million people. Experts agree that things are bad and getting worse. But how exactly do you measure a drought and how do you know where …

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Senators Introduce Bill Focuses on Blue Carbon Ecosystems

11.19.21 Ecosystems provide environmental benefits, sequester atmospheric carbon Senate Oceans Caucus Co-Chairs U.S. Senators Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) reintroduced the Blue Carbon for Our Planet Act, legislation focused on the conservation, restoration and understanding of coastal blue carbon ecosystems. Blue carbon ecosystems, which include mangroves, intertidal marshes, …

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HHS steps up pressure on climate change with new office | Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

[co-author: Sam Throm] The Office of Climate Change and Health Equity The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently established the Office of Climate Change and Health Equity (OCCHE), reinforcing the Biden-Harris administration’s strong commitment to mitigate the legacy damage of climate change and build resilience for the future. …

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What is the sixth mass extinction, what scientists say

Recent research published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), indicates that the current sixth mass extinction could be one of the most serious environmental dangers to the survival of the civilization. ZBush on DeviantArt According to the study, this …

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FTSE 100 closes despite rising energy prices

The FTSE 100 index closed higher on Thursday despite rising energy prices, said senior market analyst at IG Joshua Mahony. The index is moving a touching distance from 19-month highs, Mr Mahony said. “Fears about energy prices and inflation appear to have abated for now, although the current 5% rise …

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Factoring Market Research Report by Type, Industry, Region – Global Forecast to 2026

Factoring Market Research Report By Type (International Factoring, Non-Notification Factoring & Notification Factoring), By Industry (Aerospace & Defense, Automotive & Transportation & Banking, Financial Services & Insurance), By Region (Americas, Asia – Pacific and Europe, Middle East and Africa) – Global forecasts to 2026 – Cumulative impact of COVID-19 New …

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Tallinn has just been named Green Capital of Europe for 2023

The Estonian capital of Tallinn has been crowned the Green Capital of Europe for 2023. Yesterday evening, the highly anticipated environmental award was presented in the Finnish city of Lahti, respective winner in 2021. Tallinn beat the competition of Krakow, Poland; Sofia, Bulgaria and Helsingborg, Sweden will be recognized as …

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UN Climate Change Report Affirms the Value of American Climate Science and the Need to Double the Focus

This week, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released the first of four reports – “Climate Change 2021 – The Basis of Physical Science“– which constitute its sixth evaluation report. Unsurprisingly, the results affirm the surprisingly serious nature of the climate crisis and confirm the “unequivocal” role …

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New study from researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder and Boulder reveals increase in surface ozone in Antarctica

A new study co-authored by researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder and Boulder found that ozone pollution in Antarctica has increased over the past three decades, raising concerns that it may have a “profound impact” on the region’s climate. Three scientists from the Cooperative Research Institute of Environmental …

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Apollo Impact will acquire approx. 67% stake in the RDM Group,

Transaction followed by a public delisting offer for the RDM group RDM, leader in the circular economy, represents Apollo’s first investment from its Impact platform NEW YORK, July 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Apollo Global Management, Inc. (NYSE: APO) (together with its consolidated subsidiaries, “Apollo” or the “Company”) announced today …

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Can you eat Maine bluefin tuna with a clear conscience?

There are no quick fixes to managing the complex Atlantic bluefin tuna fishery. These slow-growing but lightning-fast fish are highly migratory, which can distort regional stock assessments. Changing ocean water temperatures in the wake of climate change mean that where these predators can find enough food to support their 500-pound …

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Dry, Drier, Drier – The Durango Herald

First of all, let’s stop calling it a drought. A drought involves a temporary situation that will eventually subside as the weather changes. The term “desertification” comes closest to the description of the process underway in the southwest today. It is a type of land degradation in which fertile land …

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How underground microbes devour carbon emissions

To combat climate change, researchers are looking for ways to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it forever. Crazy ideas range from planting more trees (Earth’s natural carbon sponges) to industrial machine scrubbers. Today, organisms too small to be seen with the naked eye are increasingly present. Researchers …

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tracking books from ship to shore

A few years ago I wrote a delivered on Mahatma Gandhi’s work as a printer and publisher in South Africa from 1893 to 1914. The man who would become the great anti-colonial figure had arrived in Durban as a nervous young lawyer and was quickly drawn into the defense of …

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SunLive – The Southern Oscillation Index … 1880-2021

Weather Eyewith John Maunder The Southern Oscillation Index (SOI) is a standardized index based on the pressure differences observed at sea level between Tahiti and Darwin, Australia. SOI is a prominent measure of the large-scale fluctuations in atmospheric pressure that occur between the western and eastern tropical Pacific (i.e., the …

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What is blue carbon? Definition and importance

“Blue carbon” refers to the large amounts of carbon dioxide that the Earth’s oceans absorb from the atmosphere. The name first appeared in the 1990s when scientists realized the importance of marine vegetation as important carbon sinks. In addition to forests, which store ‘green carbon’, coastal ecosystems such as mangroves, …

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Top 10 reasons to travel to Spain

With endless cultural festivals, beautiful beaches and incredible nightlife, Spain is impressive all year round. From Madrid to Barcelona via Seville and Valencia, Spain is such a dynamic country with a boost. The climate in Spain is the most reliable with more than 300 sunny days per year. The versatile …

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Airlines go into debt at near-record rate in early 2021

Receive free airline updates We will send you a MyFT Daily Summary email with the latest airline news every morning. Airlines took advantage of a wave of investor enthusiasm to raise more than $ 16 billion in bond markets in the first quarter, bolstering their finances as the travel disruption …

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Mydecine announces four new lead drug candidates and

DENVER, April 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Mydecine Innovations Group (NEO: MYCO) (OTC: MYCOF) (FSE: 0NFA) (“Mydecine” or the “Company”), an emerging biopharmaceutical and life sciences company committed to the research, development and acceptance of natural alternative medicines for consumer use, has announced its four new drug candidates as the …

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Fluent announces new $ 65 million credit facility

NEW YORK, March 31, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Fluent, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLNT), a leading data-driven performance marketing company, today announced the signing of a new agreement five-year credit facility, in the amount of $ 50.0 million, a term loan and revolving credit facility of up to $ 15.0 million, provided …

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