Two in five Israelis (41 percent) rank cleanliness in public spaces as more important than clean air (27%) or the climate crisis (15%), according to a survey carried out for the nonprofit Clean, in conjunction with the Society for the Protection of Nature.
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres told the five permanent members of the Security Council on Sunday that he would like to serve a second term in office.
The Golf GTI story reads like the biography of a rock legend.
The contours of John Kerry’s White House climate change office are beginning to emerge.
Renewable energy is expected to account for less than 10% of Africa’s electricity generation by 2030, showing massive investment is needed to unlock the continent’s wind and solar power potential, researchers said on Monday.
A majority of European citizens intend to fly less and already eat less meat to help fight climate change.
The shareholders—which include investors will total assets under management of US$2.4 trillion and some of which are the largest listed asset manager in Europe, Amundi, and the biggest listed hedge fund firm in the world, Man Group Plc—filed a climate resolution to be voted at HSBC’s annual general meeting in April.
Huawei will likely transition towards software as a “technological Cold War” controls the hardware supply, shifting the company’s prospects for 2021.
Sen. Sherrod Brown, one of Washington’s fiercest critics of Wall Street, is poised to lead the powerful Senate Banking Committee once Democrats take control of Congress, creating new headaches for finance industry executives who will face greater scrutiny.
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