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What Is ESG Investing?

John Rotonti Updated: Oct. 5, 2020, 5:45 p.m. note: Alyce Lomax co-authored this content. There are a variety of different investing philosophies within the responsible investing realm. One method you may have been hearing about more and more is ESG investing. “ESG” stands for environmental, social, and governance....

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Economics

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IEA Says Offshore Wind Set To Become $1 Trillion Industry by 2040

Offshore wind could become a cornerstone of the world’s power supply as steep cost reductions and improved technology unleash the potential of the green energy source, said the International Energy Agency (IEA) on Friday. Renewables replacing fossil fuel is crucial to meet a globally-agreed goal of limiting temperature rise to below 2...

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Environment

Humans Driving 1 Million Animals and Plant Species to Extinction

NEW DELHI: Nature is declining globally at rates unprecedented in human history and its impact will see extinction of one million out of eight million total estimated number of animal and plant species on earth, many within decades, unless their habitats are restored, said the UN-backed inter-governmental body in a global report released...

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Environment

‘ARTIFICIAL LEAF’ SUCCESSFULLY PRODUCES CLEAN GAS

The emergence of large factories gave rise to unprecedented amount of air and water pollution.

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Staff Pick's, Travel

The Idea to “Crowd-source” saving the coast?

The introduction of contaminants into the natural environment causing an adverse change in mostly urban places culminated with the birth of the industrial revolution.

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Lifestyle

New adventure experience

The expanded and extended 45Q tax credit for carbon capture, utilization and sequestration projects passed by the U.S. Congress in early 2018.

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Lifestyle

The Stages of the Water Cycle?

The prevalence of widespread environmental pollution – the introduction of contaminants into the natural environment causing an adverse change – in mostly urban places culminated with the birth of the industrial revolution in the early 1900s. The emergence of large factories gave rise to unprecedented amount of air and water...

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Lifestyle, Staff Pick's

Eco Adventure Camp for the Youth

The expanded and extended 45Q tax credit for carbon capture, utilization and sequestration projects passed by the U.S. Congress in early 2018.

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Midway, a plastic island

After breakfast, instead of working, I decided to walk down towards the common. Under the railway bridge I found a group of soldiers–sappers, I think, men in small round caps, dirty red jackets unbuttoned, and showing their blue shirts, dark trousers, and boots coming to the calf. They told me no one was allowed over …...

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