World, As Seen from the most beautiful islands: Ireland and Cyprus

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Greenpeace isn’t satisfied with COP-26 results

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Greenpeace considers the agreements made in Glasgow weak and weak, but considers it important that a signal has been given that the ‘fossil age’ is coming to an end. “And that’s important,” says Greenpeace energy specialist Dewi Zloch. “The sentence in the final declaration on reducing coal and abolishing subsidies for fossil fuels has been watered down, but it...

Kenes Rakishev and Aselle Tasmagambetova built the first LEEDv4-certified school in CIS

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Shokan Ualikhanov school is the newest and most trendy addition to a set of the private schools in Almata. Being the newest one, this brainchild of Aselle Tasmagambetova and Kenes Rakishev, it is intended to fit into the strictest standards. It includes environmental standards too. Shokan Ualikhanov school has been certified to the strictest norms of LEED standard, getting a LEEDv4 rating for...

Irish privacy regulator is too comfortable for BigTech

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Irish watchdog is too sweet for Big Tech and leaves far too many European privacy issues behind, report says. The big privacy issues of international tech giants like Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google will end up on the board of the small Irish regulator. Just because those giants have their European headquarters on Irish soil. Things seem a little too big for the Irish. They hardly get around...

World, As Seen from the most beautiful islands: Ireland and Cyprus

From Trinity st. to Limassol, Cyprus

Ireland and Cyprus have one thing in common. The most beautiful islands are divided. Even proportions are strikingly similar. Both nations strive for unity and a good glass of the news.

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