The $100 billion hurdle to a global climate breakthrough

Ahead of the next global summit, held in Glasgow, Scotland, advanced economies have come up short. The gigantic financial gap has some of the worst greenhouse gas emitters, including India and Brazil, rejecting calls to cut pollution faster without more assistance.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org/?p=193 Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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Japan PM dissolves lower house for Oct. 31 national election

Kishida said he is seeking the public’s mandate for his policies after being elected prime minister by parliament only 10 days ago to replace Yoshihide Suga. Tadamori Oshima, the speaker of the more powerful lower chamber, announced the dissolution at a plenary session.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org/?p=184 Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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Giant China project leads the rise of renewable mega-hubs

As China leads the way in adopting wind and solar power, other countries are striving to keep pace. Australia has several large projects planned, while South Korea and Oman are also emerging as strong players. Here are some of the largest renewable projects in the global pipeline.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org/?p=181 Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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India looks at close to double digit growth this year: Sitharaman

“As regards the growth of India, we are looking at near close to double-digit growth this year and this would be the highest in the world. And for the next year, on the basis of this year, (the) growth would definitely be somewhere in the range of eight (per cent),” Sitharaman said here on Tuesday during a conversation at Harvard Kennedy School. Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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UN, World Bank, IMF in need of urgent reforms: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman

During the conversation with Professor at Harvard University Lawrence Summers at the talk organized by the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government, Sitharaman said “while reforms in countries are happening in different stages, these global institutions have remained the way they have been for the last several decades”.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org/?p=172 Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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Union Cabinet extends Swachh Bharat, AMRUT schemes by 5 years

The CCEA also cleared inclusion of potash derived from molasses under the nutrient-based subsidy scheme. The new rates will be applicable from October 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022. The fixed subsidy on of Di-ammonium Phosphate is being raised to ₹1,650 per bag from ₹1,200 now.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org/?p=169 Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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Global carbon capture projects surge 50% in 9 months -research

The capacity of planned projects soared to 111 million tonnes a year (mtpa) as of end-September, up 52% from 73 mtpa at the end of 2020, the Melbourne-based Global CCS Institute said in an annual status report. If built, those projects would nearly treble the 40 mtpa of CCS capacity now operating.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org/?p=166 Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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