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Remote work may be the 'new normal', but not everyone hit a jackpot

Hindustan Times 19 Jun 2021
There might not be a clear answer as to whether remote work is 'better' than its alternative, but there sure are clearly defined "winners" and "losers" of the work-from-home revolution ... According to the report, there are clearly defined "winners" and "losers" of the work-from-home revolution.
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Czechs living near disputed Polish coal mine lose patience and water

Metro USA 17 Jun 2021
It has also put him in the middle of a cross-border dispute about the environmental costs of coal mining ... He is not alone ... But Turow should be dealt with “through evolution, not revolution”, he said. Czech Deputy Environment Minister Vladislav Smrz said the government was not intent on stopping the mine, only safeguarding the environment ... .
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Digitalisation drive: All must be on board — Prof. Bokpin

Graphic 16 Jun 2021
“When you look at digitalization, the world has moved on and COVID-19 has fast-tracked the arrival of the fourth Industrial Revolution. The next work environment will be more working from home, so we should be looking at equipping our students and graduates with the necessary digital skills to be able to compete,” he opined.
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Kim Jong Un calls for measures to resolve tense food situation caused by COVID-19, typhoon

Yahoo Daily News 16 Jun 2021
Read full article. ANI. 16 June 2021, 9.56 am·1-min read ... Earlier on Saturday, Rodong Sinmun said that participants discussed "important tasks" related to national defense, with a focus on rapid changes in the situation around the Korean Peninsula and "the internal and external environment of our revolution." ... (ANI). TRENDING ... .
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Economy of communion: Pathways to inclusion

Manila Bulletin 16 Jun 2021
ENDEAVOR. Sonny Coloma ... Even as participants at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland marveled at the dizzying pace of digital transformation that has ushered in the fourth industrial revolution, they, too, came to terms with the imperatives of environment, sustainability and governance ... Other notable achievements were ... .
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New LED Technology Brings a Brighter Future

Capital Press 14 Jun 2021
ATLANTA, June 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Revolution Micro, an Atlanta-based horticultural lighting manufacturer, has created the first line of instrument-grade LED fixtures to push controlled-environment agriculture toward a more sustainable future ... Revolution Micro is proud to ...
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G-7's 'bare minimum' climate cash pledge misses the mark

Straits Times 14 Jun 2021
In many ways, it was the first G-7 summit where climate change and the environment figured so centrally.
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Fast growing vegan food brand offers consumers a share of the meat free pie

The Business Desk 14 Jun 2021
“We are reaching a tipping point where replacing meat with plant-based protein a couple of times a week is no longer niche, but we know that it’s people power which will create a full-blown revolution in food culture ... environment and the impact that even little changes can have.
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DPRK leader chairs military meeting to enhance army's fighting efficiency

China.dot.org 12 Jun 2021
... armed forces and bringing about a fresh turn in the overall work of national defence as required by the recent fast-changing situation around the Korean peninsula and the internal and external environment of our revolution and discussed the organizational issue," the report said.
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Kim Jong Un calls for greater military power

Beijing News 12 Jun 2021
Pyongyang , June 12 (ANI) ... It said participants discussed "important tasks" related to national defense, with a focus on rapid changes in the situation around the Korean Peninsula and "the internal and external environment of our revolution."Kim reportedly urged the military to be on "high alert" as it carries out its mission to defend the country.
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un calls for greater military power

The Times of India 12 Jun 2021
PYONGYANG ... It said participants discussed "important tasks" related to national defense, with a focus on rapid changes in the situation around the Korean Peninsula and "the internal and external environment of our revolution." ... Earlier in a major change to North Korea's ruling party, Kim Jong Un had a new second-in-command ... .
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North Korean leader presides over Central Military Commission meeting, calls for 'high alert posture'

Korea Times 12 Jun 2021
KCNA-Yonhap ... "The enlarged meeting set forth important tasks for bringing about a fresh turn in the overall work of national defence as required by the recent fast-changing situation around the Korean peninsula and the internal and external environment of our revolution," the KCNA said ... Last month, President Moon Jae-in and U.S ... (Yonhap). .
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Yngen Holdings CEO transforms dumpsite into innovation hub

Manila Standard Today 11 Jun 2021
Encouraged by his modest success, Kap Jun dared to dream of an environment that will benefit the public ... To facilitate this, we have initiated and will continue to initiate programs to achieve high-quality education, all this under the backdrop of a clean and green environment, primed to step with the digital revolution.
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“We will give a billion doses to the poor” – Corriere.it

Swords Today 11 Jun 2021
* British Prime Minister ... As classrooms increase, At the same time, we need to create jobs that meet the needs of new young talent and protect the environment in which they inherit.. The G7 can advance both of these goals by promoting a green industrial revolution to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees and promising to halve carbon emissions by 2030.
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At G7, an agenda for the future

Hindustan Times 10 Jun 2021
Also Read ... As more children enter classrooms, we must create jobs to match their talent and safeguard the environment they will inherit. The G7 can take forward both aims by supporting a green industrial revolution and promising to halve our carbon emissions by 2030, in order to limit the rise in global temperatures to 1.5 degrees ... Skip ....
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