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What does the success of COP26 look like?

The COP26 is experiencing its first major oscillation. This may seem like a slightly odd assessment for a summit that has seen its first president sacked and replaced unceremoniously, been subject to a pandemic-induced postponement, faced calls for a second postponement and experienced funding disputes with the Scottish government, strong criticism from developing countries of […]

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Britvic: A Working Well blog post by Pedro Magalhaes, Managing Director Brazil

We are experiencing a revolution in the way we work and especially in our way of seeing work. This transformation, initially driven by the pandemic, has brought a series of new possibilities – previously considered remote, if not “impossible”. The new scenario changed everything: our relationship with people, with our families, how to “go” to […]

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Net zero strategy: we have a plan

How is the glass? Half full? Half empty? Lying crushed on the ground? Raised in the air in victory? The long-awaited release of the government’s long-awaited Net Zero Strategy provides an opportunity for reflection, a long microsecond to catch one’s breath before this shocking and chaotic fall of climate-related developments continues, an opportunity to honestly […]

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Ubisoft Reveals ‘Rainbow Six Extraction’ Release Date in Updated Blog Post

Rainbow Six Extraction, formerly titled Rainbow Six Quarantine, will be released on January 20, according to an updated blog post on Ubisoft’s website. The blog post was written in June 2021 following the announcement that Rainbow Six Extraction would be delayed from September of this year to January 2022. However, a recent update changed both […]

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The summit to save the world?

How important is COP26? There is an understandable desire to resist the modern urge to classify and categorize all events, to hyperbolically attach “historical” to fairly mundane occasions, to promote the status of moderately impressive GOAT in its own right. We live in an era characterized by the importance of inflationary events. And yet, you […]

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Maersk suspends five crew members, opens rape investigation following student blog post

An international shipping company has suspended five crew members after a cadet from the US Merchant Marine Academy revealed she was raped while serving a semester at sea. Maersk’s actions followed an anonymous blog post written by the now senior student who said crew members made her drink alcohol “blow after blow” before she was […]

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My blog post on state and local government law on “How federalism can empower people to vote with their feet”

The newly created State and Local Government Law (SLoG) blog, which Jonathan Adler wrote about here, posted my article on “How Federalism Can Empower People to Vote with Their Feet”. Here is an exerpt : The US state and local government have received their fair share of criticism in recent years, including on this blog. […]