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With the rise of Artificial Intelligence across the World this article discusses the technologies, the potential they offer and the challenges they pose.
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Gold set to soar
Another night of deep red on Wall Street last night and another night of gold and silver price strength in the face of it.  As the same signals seen in the 70's and the 00's is Gold set to soar?
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Swipe
The results are in: How five types of diversity performed in Australia’s top 300 boardrooms. The findings of the latest Board Diversity Index are in, providing a snapshot of Australia’s top 300 boardrooms in 2022.
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Beware: 100% green energy could destroy the planet
The untold story about “green energy” is that it can’t possibly be scaled up to provide anywhere near the energy to replace fossil fuels. (Unless we are headed back to the stone ages, which is what some of the “de-growth” advocates favour).
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EU Set to Make Solar Panels Mandatory on All New Buildings
In a goal to make solar the largest electricity source in the EU, the Commission is proposing plans for mandatory solar panels on all new buildings by 2029.  Solar panels could soon be mandatory on all new buildings in the European Union under a new proposal aimed at rapidly replacing its reliance on Russian oil and...
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Change in global economy
The falls in the share market this year – the bad news and the good. Share markets Worldwide remain under pressure from high inflation, rising interest rates and bond yields, the war in Ukraine and Chinese Covid lockdowns. It’s still too early to say markets have bottomed. However, it’s not all negative: we may have...
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Green Hydrogen Economy
5 Signs the Green Hydrogen Economy is Just Getting Started. The dream of a global hydrogen economy has tantalized policymakers ever since the 1970s when researchers began to discuss how the ubiquitous, clean-burning fuel could replace coal, oil and natural gas. Skeptics have had 50 years to scoff at the notion, but it looks like...
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Melaleuca dieback
Mining Impacts Across the Ok Tedi & Fly River Floodplains. The flood plains of the Ok Tedi and Fly River extend over approximately 3,500 km2 and from the air appear to be an uninhabited wilderness of intact forests, woodlands and swamps. However, natural resources of the riverine landscape support several small, but remote, subsistence communities that...
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Change in global economy
We are currently experiencing profound changes in the global economy that are likely to unleash a plethora of early-stage secular trends in a new inflationary regime. These are long-overdue structural shifts powered by decades of easy money policies and record levels of debt-to-GDP among developed economies.
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The $150 Billion Road Electric School Buses Can Ride To Create American Jobs And Protect Kids’ Health
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