Our latest report, commissioned from the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Building on the initial recovery measures announced by the Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Exchequer, this event will debate what an inclusive, resilient and sustainable growth strategy for the UK should look like after COVID19. As the UK recovers from the economic and social impacts of the pandemic, this event will look at the lessons learnt from past recoveries and will examine why and how the government can align its recovery plan with the UK’s net zero target and other environmental goals.
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Serial 1, the electric-bike company started by the US motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson in 2018, signals an progression of the bicycle industry’s business model and independent development. However, most of its models would not qualify for a proposed tax credit in President Biden’s infrastructure bill. Sales of electric cars have received an estimated $10 billion in US tax credits, but electric bikes could finally get some of that assistance from the federal government. Last month, the “Build Back Better” spending bill passed the House and it is now waiting for a decision in the Senate. The 2,000 page bill contains a 30% tax-credit for up to $3,000 spent on a new e-bike, but excludes models that sell for more than $4,000.
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Pouring solvents down the drain may be an easy way to dispose of them, but this act can be a costly mistake for your business. Many solvents are considered hazardous waste, and with that designation comes a host of regulations you must follow for proper disposal. What many companies may not realize, however, is that solvent waste still plays a valuable role in industry even when they are spent or no longer can be used. In fact, solvent waste plays a critical role in the circular economy, a viable alternative that manufacturers are exploring as they look for ways to save costs and improve their sustainability.
Twitter banned ads that deny the reality of climate change on Friday. Twitter’s announcement on Earth Day came as it tries to fend off an unwanted takeover bid by billionaire Elon Musk, who has said he thinks people should be able to say pretty much whatever they want on the platform. “Misleading advertisements on Twitter that contradict the scientific consensus on climate change are prohibited, in line with our inappropriate content policy,” Twitter global sustainability manager Casey Junod said in a blog post. “We believe that climate denialism shouldn’t be monetised on Twitter, and that misrepresentative ads shouldn’t detract from important conversations about the climate crisis.”
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