Coronavirus: employers warn of the need to return to work

Coronavirus: employers warn of the need to return to work

Medef and the government want it to be possible to work more in certain sectors as soon as the crisis is over to make up for some of the time lost. But the unions do not hear it that way. For now, the employers are calling for a return to work to avoid bankruptcy. Calls for a return to work are increasing. Whether it is the employers or the government, there is great concern for…

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BlackRock in the sights of the Sisters of Mercy

BlackRock in the sights of the Sisters of Mercy

The Order of American Nuns last month tabled a resolution for BlackRock’s general assembly asking it to review its voting policy on climate resolutions. The American giant will have to show white paws during the next AG season. The ecological conversion of BlackRock is far from an epiphany. The world’s largest manager has been targeted more and more frequently in recent months, in France and elsewhere. Lately, it is an order of American nuns, the…

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Management: the PRI organize themselves against the risk of greenwashing

Management: the PRI organize themselves against the risk of greenwashing

The Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) have grown exponentially since their launch in 2006. They now have more than 3,000 signatories for more than $ 100,000 billion in assets under management. Faced with the risk of “greenwashing”, the organization has set up minimum criteria that it should strengthen this year. The success of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) is undeniable. Since their launch in 2006 with the support of the United Nations, the organization…

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The Chinese no longer want to choose between health and growth

The Chinese no longer want to choose between health and growth

The pollution in major Chinese cities is increasingly exasperating the population. Irritation over air pollution is being expressed more and more openly in China, where even the official media are now demanding more transparency from the authorities, criticizing the excesses of the current pace of development. Over the weekend, thick fog extremely laden with noxious particles enveloped northern and eastern China, affecting road transport, causing flight cancellations at airports and a stampede on filter masks….

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Colombia: after more than fifty years of war, the historic peace agreement is signed

Colombia: after more than fifty years of war, the historic peace agreement is signed

After more than half a century of conflict, the Colombian government and the Farc guerrillas signed a historic peace accord on Monday. Colombia has entered a new era by signing a historic peace agreement with the Farc guerrillas to end a bloody armed conflict that has lasted more than half a century. The agreement was signed Monday, September 26 by former hawks who have made peace their spearhead: President Juan Manuel Santos and the Commander-in-Chief…

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War in Syria: nearly $ 400 billion in destruction according to the UN

War in Syria: nearly $ 400 billion in destruction according to the UN

The UN has estimated the cost of destruction in Syria at more than 388 billion dollars (334 billion euros) since the start of the war seven years ago. A full report on the impact of the seven years of war is due out in September. The war that has ravaged Syria for more than seven years has resulted in destruction estimated Wednesday by the UN at nearly 400 billion dollars (345 billion euros). This estimate…

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Coronavirus: an America more united than it seems

Coronavirus: an America more united than it seems

Faced with the epidemic, political clashes become even more violent in Washington. But locally Americans stick together and put aside their differences. We have known America deeply divided for years politically, especially since the bitterly contested presidential election of 2000. These divisions are only widening under the effect of the Covid-19 epidemic, only Democrats and Republicans. live in a different way. As of mid-April, more than half of the infections were located in New York…

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