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Drift ice – ice flows in the Arctic Ocean, Nordaustlandet, North East Land, Norway. Arterra | Universal Images Group | Getty Images Espen Barth Eide is Norway’s Minister of Climate and Environment. Fatih Birol is the Executive Director of the International Energy Agency. The energy crisis triggered by Russia’s inexcusable aggression against Ukraine has focused
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In this article STAN-GB Fossil fuels are ingrained in the global energy mix and companies continue to discover and develop oil and gas fields at locations around the world. Imaginima | E+ | Getty Images LONDON — The CEO of Standard Chartered believes it’s “ridiculous and naive” to think fossil fuel production can be immediately
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U.S. President Joe Biden delivers remarks about climate change and protecting national forests on Earth Day at Seward Park in Seattle, Washington, April 22, 2022. Jonathan Ernst | Reuters The Biden administration on Tuesday announced new energy efficiency regulations that will phase out old-fashioned incandescent lightbulbs, a move that will drive down electricity use and
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In this article MSTR MIAMI — MicroStrategy may technically be in the business of enterprise software and cloud-based services, but CEO Michael Saylor says the publicly traded company doubles as the first and only bitcoin spot exchange-traded fund in the U.S. “We’re kind of like your nonexistent spot ETF,” Saylor told CNBC on the sidelines
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Virgin Group founder Richard Branson on Wednesday called on individuals and governments to cap their driving speeds and turn down their heating in a bid to reduce reliance on Russian energy and bring about an end to the war in Ukraine. The billionaire entrepreneur told CNBC that small personal sacrifices could reduce demand for Russian
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In this article DD Mehmet Oz, celebrity physician and U.S. Republican Senate candidate for Pennsylvania, speaks during a campaign event at a restaurant in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, U.S., on Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022. Nate Smallwood | Bloomberg | Getty Images Veteran physician and Pennsylvania Senate candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz has little-known, but close ties to the
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MIAMI — Former presidential candidate Andrew Yang says that Covid stimulus checks are not to blame for the recent inflation spike — and he’s still in favor of sending people free cash as a way to insulate workers from economic shocks and technological disruption. The universal basic income (UBI) evangelist told CNBC on the sidelines
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