Many of the founders of political party Agalev came from or were inspired by the social movement Agalev. This movement was founded by the Jesuit Luc Versteylen, who had founded the environmental movement Agalev in the 1970s. Core values of this social movement were quiet, solidarity and soberness. This movement combined progressiveCatholicism with environmentalism. It sought to spread environmental consciousness first on a small scale, but since 1973 it took action to protect the environment and promote environmental consciousness. In the 1974 and 1977 elections Agalev supported several candidates from traditional parties, these however soon forgot the promises they made. In 1977 the movement entered the elections in several municipalities not to gain seats, but to promote its ideals.
With the release of Document in 1987, R.E.M. fulfilled its contract with I.R.S. Records. Frustrated that its records did not see satisfactory overseas distribution, in early 1988 the band told I.R.S. head Jay Boberg that it was leaving the label. Guitarist Peter Buck also explained that his group felt it was being pressured to sell well by I.R.S., yet felt I.R.S.'s distributor MCA Records did not consider the ensemble a priority. R.E.M.'s management then approached any record companies that expressed interest in the band. Though other labels offered more money, R.E.M. ultimately signed a deal with Warner Bros. Records—reportedly between $6 million and $12 million—due to the company's assurance of total creative freedom. In light of its move to a major label, the band became defensive in interviews about accusations from some fans who claimed it was selling out.
For instance, less than half of green investments are currently made in developing economies mostly due to greater risks and stricter public budget constraints for energy transition projects. However, to reach net-zero, nearly three-quarters of green investments (70%) would need ...
The UN believes $125 trillion of climate investment will be needed by 2050 if the world is to slash its emissions and meet its Paris agreement goals ... One offshoot is the UN Net Zero Banking Alliance that brings together global banks committed to aligning their lending and investment portfolios with Net Zero emissions by 2050 ... Green as a theme.
... also enshrined in the order was that the Niger StateGovernment would produce a state-wide land use and economic development plan to guide investment decisions and ensure investments that would stabilise the green transition and that it was properly coordinated and planned.
Labour's plan to spend £28billion a year on green investment would add £20billion to the national debt, according to analysis. Sir Keir Starmer has pledged to borrow the vast sum to pay for green initiatives – including investing in jobs and energy independence.
... as key areas for attracting investment in the coming years ... Son said, “Long An is committed to creating favorable conditions for Singaporean businesses to expand their investments, especially in the fields of digital transformation and the transition to green energy.”.
The agreement aims to establish an industrial green complex in the authority's EastPort SaidIntegratedZone, dedicated to the production of specialized chemicals. With a total investment estimated at $2 billion, the green complex represents a substantial commitment to sustainable practices and economic growth.
“This rapid jump is attributed to growing speculation that central banks, led by the US Federal Reserve, have largely concluded their interest rate hiking cycles,” said Green... With traditional safe-haven assets offering lower returns, “there’s legitimate reason to explore riskier investments in pursuit of higher yields,” said Green.
While 73% of the funds said they have a pledge to achieve net zero emissions in their portfolio by 2050, and more than a third planning to increase their allocation to green bonds and green real assets in the next 12-24 months, any investments still need to make money for the funds.
Octopus’ green energy ... "The collaboration and project will help accelerate the country’s monumental renewables opportunity and collect vital data to foster greater investment into green energy on Sherbro Island, across Sierra Leone and beyond," it said in a statement.
South Africa has secured $676 million in grants from rich nations for a transition to green energy, in ... Khanyisa will also focus on energy transition assets such as green hydrogen infrastructure, investments into gas as a transition fuel and critical minerals, STANLIB said.
They annulled the authorization granted by the county disaster recovery authority for the CATL investment in Debrecen, ...The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and Greenpeace, two global green organizations, have previously publicly backed the project, saying countries can benefit from the investments as long as they do not harm the environment.