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EU's 'Fit for 55' climate plan to have long-term impact on aviation, McKinsey says

The National 27 Jul 2021
However, the International Air Transport Association, the main lobby group for global airlines, said the aviation sector is already committed to decarbonisation and does not need persuading or punitive measures such as taxes to spur change ... Global airlines face higher charges for pollution in EU's green push.
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Covid situation in India has improved, curbs on travellers should be eased: IATA DG Willie Walsh

The Times of India 27 Jul 2021
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has urged countries that continue with restrictions imposed on travellers from India during the devastating second wave beginning mid-April, to remove the same with the pandemic situation improving in the country ... “Between 2014 and 2019, India saw the highest growth domestic air travel globally.
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Revolutionary digital transformation ‘to increase PH global competitiveness’

Sun Star 27 Jul 2021
PARTNERSHIPS and openness to technology are key factors in igniting revolutionary digital transformations and increasing the Philippines' global competitiveness, according to PLDT Enterprise ...It's obvious to us that the Filipino has the talent; we have the intelligence and the skill to compete head-on and be at par with other global players.
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Daikin Industries Becomes OCSiAl Shareholder

The Marshall News Messenger 27 Jul 2021
The combination of OCSiAl’s and Daikin’s expertise and know-how could result in a fundamental shift in the global industry ... is a global leader in the market of residential, commercial and industrial use air conditioning systems ... In addition to its air-conditioning business, Daikin ...
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Eight of the 10 nations most at risk from climate and toxic pollution in Africa: study

Mongabay 27 Jul 2021
the global spread of environmental pollution risks and climate risks largely mirror each other. Countries in the Global South, especially in Africa, suffer the most under this dual burden ... Toxic pollution in the environment, be it dirty air, contaminated water or unhealthy soils, accounted for more than 8 million deaths globally in 2018.
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BOTS INC ANNOUNCES DEVELOPMENT OF NEW DOGECOIN MINER AS THE CRYPTOCURRENCY MARKETS HIT RECORD HIGHS

Omaha World-Herald 27 Jul 2021
BTZI), (“BOTS” or "The Company"), a global technology company specialized in Blockchain-based solutions including decentralized finance applications for the financial industry, cybersecurity solutions, crypto mining, consulting, mining equipment repair and insurance announced ...
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AECOM awarded third consecutive environmental remediation contract from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

The Marshall News Messenger 27 Jul 2021
“We’re proud to continue this longstanding partnership with the USACE to restore land, water, and air quality to sites nationwide,” said Frank Sweet, chief executive of AECOM’s global environment business ... Vice President, Global Communications &.
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Op-Ed: Heat waves, wildfires, floods — what’s with all the extreme weather?

The Los Angeles Times 27 Jul 2021
Climate change puts more heat into the atmosphere, which directly causes high temperatures and indirectly increases the intensity of rainstorms by allowing air to hold more water vapor ... For one, it serves as something of a dividing line between two major air masses. the hot, wet air of the tropics and the cold, dry air of the Arctic.
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The Hydrogen Stream: Air Liquide eyes South Korea as Cummins announces fuel-cell truck plans

PV Magazine 27 Jul 2021
Cummins will provide hydrogen fuel cell electric powertrains integrated into selected OEM partners’ heavy-duty trucks for Air Products, as Air Products begins the process of converting its global fleet of distribution vehicles to hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.”.
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AerCap wins unconditional EU okay for $30 billion GE deal

RTE 27 Jul 2021
The European Commission said it did not see any competition issues, confirming a Reuters story last week. The deal will reshape a global air finance industry that has in recent years attracted a flood of capital from investors seeking higher returns ... .
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China launches carbon market as it aims to reduce emissions

Mail Guardian South Africa 27 Jul 2021
In 2019, China was responsible for 27% of global carbon emissions, meaning it released more than 10-billion tonnes of carbon dioxide into the air, according to a report by independent research provider Rhodium Group.
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Parker Commits to Achieving Carbon Neutral Operations by 2040, Advances Technologies that ...

Tyler Morning Telegraph 27 Jul 2021
trade policies, and resulting effects on sales and pricing; and global economic factors, including manufacturing activity, air travel trends, currency exchange rates, difficulties entering new markets and general economic conditions such as inflation, deflation, interest rates and credit availability.
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Freightify lands $2.5M to make rate management easier for freight forwarders

Crunch 27 Jul 2021
Freight forwarders often keep track of rates on spreadsheets they email to customers, but the pandemic has made that difficult because prices are constantly fluctuating ... “Freight forwarders are like the travel agents for the global trade,” Viswanathan said. “However, air travel is not as complicated as global trade ... .
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MTV turns 40 on Aug. 1 — here are 40 interesting facts about its history

SiliconValley.com 27 Jul 2021
It was such an unknown that it wasn’t even carried on cable in New York City where its shows were taped, and the MTV on-air hosts and staff had to rent a school bus to take them from Manhattan to a restaurant in Fort Lee, New Jersey, to catch the network’s debut. However, as MTV turns 40, it’s truly a global brand ... 1, MTV marks 40 years on the air.
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As China boomed, it didn’t take climate change into account. Now it must.

Indian Express 27 Jul 2021
No one weather event can be directly linked to climate change, but the storm that flooded Zhengzhou and other cities in central China last week, killing at least 69 as of Monday, reflects a global trend of extreme weather that has seen deadly flooding recently in Germany and Belgium, and severe heat and wildfires in Siberia.
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