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Could the progressive prosecutor movement already at play in local district attorneys offices be coming to a U.S. Attorney's Office near you? More in our legal newsletter, the Daily Docket. Read it here: https://t.co/jH5ftiavlr And subscribe! #legalnews #Legal https://t.co/18Pu632OR0
Several Spanish clean energy companies are planning to use soaring investor demand for ESG -- despite some recent wobbles -- to raise funds to build more wind farms and solar parks. IFR Gulf Briefing alumni @Islabin and myself team up to write this one. https://t.co/033qHwrrom https://t.co/rOEdpc7VNU
“Renewables is a sector with ... high growth, high visibility and unlike many other growth sectors – these companies are already making a profit." https://t.co/cNQ8F7EXbY
People are spending millions of dollars on a new kind of rare object which only exists in the online world. They’re called NFTs. This is one of the most mind-boggling stories I've ever reported. You can read it here, on @Reuters: (thread) https://t.co/puYM1aNcbV
Great piece by @e_howcroft "Examples of NFTs range from digital artworks and sports cards to pieces of land in virtual environments or exclusive use of a cryptocurrency wallet name, akin to the scramble for domain names in the early days of the internet." https://t.co/ga1d9uV2ey
The Biden administration wants to conserve federal lands - but it also wants to boost electric vehicles, which require rare materials that must be mined from the earth. @ErnestScheyder with a good look at the competing interests https://t.co/2Rw5j2Xlnr @Reuters
This obit of longtime Saudi Oil Minister Amed Zaki Yamani, who died last week at 91, is a reminder of how much has changed in recent years — and how much has not #OPEC #Saudi #oil https://t.co/DkO9j05ek3