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Ontario made a small splash in the financial world at the end of October when Premier Kathleen Wynne and two top cabinet ministers announced the province was set to become the first Canadian jurisdiction to issue “green bonds,” a debt tool for governments to raise money solely to fund environmentally friendly initiatives. 400 more words
In November, 2013, Forbes’ Warren Meyer posted an article titled “Moore’s Law on Steroids: World Computing Power for One Type of Calculation is Doubling Every Three Weeks… 1,022 more words
With HM Treasury’s most recent dose of infrastructure planning information, has the landscape for local infrastructure investment changed?
First, let us briefly review some of the National Infrastructure Plan’s ( 606 more words
The longer walk to equality - South African inequality over the lifetime of Nelson Mandela - Dec 6th 2013, 10:04 by P.K.
ROLIHLAHLA MANDELA (later Madiba to his countrymen, Nelson to the wider world) was born into a British-ruled South Africa in 1918. The Natives Land Act—passed just five years previously—was already enforcing mass segregation. 265 more words
The bad news is that a Coalition deal in Germany is likely to see Foreign drivers charged for using the Autobahns. This is bad new for us serious petrolheads who enjoy a serious blast on our motorcycles on the way down to Italy or Slovenia. 141 more words