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"adele morris" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"adele morris" Discussed on KQED Radio

"If you want to see some of those ads or maybe read the sheet music from that Irving Berlin song about income taxes. We got them online. Marketplace dot org. There's news from big cold day decision by Glencore, the Anglo Swiss mining conglomerate that it's gonna cap production at one hundred and fifty million metric tons of coal a year. Which is it has to be pointed out a little bit more coal than the company mind last year. But the announcement is a big deal, and it's a bit surprising to because Glencore has until now been bullish on coal saying, it would keep company's profits supplying developing economies in Asia. So marketplace's Mitchell Hartman explains the one eighty over the past few years Glencore has been pumping up its coal mining operations, which short-term profit wise has kind of made sense says custody customers at Carnegie Mellon University. Demand is still very strong in India and other parts of the world last year, coal shipments were more than a billion tons for the first time ever. So why is Glencore now pulling back their responding to institutional investors looking at the writing on the wall and seeing increased risk. From assets that won't be viable in a low carbon world that has increased appetite to deal with climate change. These are long term financial risks like increased regulation that favours renewable energy also climate change lawsuits against fossil fuel companies in the long run Adele Morris at the Brookings Institution. Says market players are signaling the grim outlook for coal reflected in no new investment in coal fired power plant, they expect eventually to have their greenhouse gas emissions curtailed. Meanwhile, Glencorse plan to cap coal production could have an upside for some US producers that want to ship more to Asia where demand is still strong says Ian Lang at the Colorado school of mines. You know? This is good news for them as if they can get to that Pacific market. They might have less competition. But that won't be easy. New coal export terminals need to be built in coastal state. It's like California and Washington where position based on the risk of further damage to the climate is strong. I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace. Coming up this new kinds of asthma triggers that exist in homes also exist in daycare centers and cleaning them up ain't cheap. But I sure students. Up sixty three points today about a quarter percent twenty five thousand nine fifty four. The NASDAQ gained two points that's less than a tenth percent. Seventy four eighty nine the S and P five hundred moved up four points about a ten percent twenty seven and eighty four Mitchell. Hartman was telling us about Glencore cheers up two and a half percent today. Samsung galaxy fold phone today the screen folds in half a tablet when unfolded Green Bay. Samsung are not easy to buy in the United States doesn't trade on American exchanges, but you can get the new galaxy starting in April, but get this price tag almost two thousand dollars as for Samsung's. Biggest competitor. Apple shares up six tenths percent today. Bond prices fell the yield on the ten year treasury note rose to.

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"adele morris" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"adele morris" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"If you want to see some of those ads or maybe reading sheet music from that Irving Berlin song about income taxes. We got them online. Marketplace dot org. There's news from big cold day decision by Glencore the Anglo Swiss mining conglomerate that it's going to camp production at one hundred fifty million metric tons of coal a year. Which is it has to be pointed out a little bit more coal than the company mind last year. But the announcement is a big deal, and it's a bit surprising to because Glencore has until now been bullish on coal saying, it would keep driving companies profits supplying developing economies in Asia. So marketplace's Mitchell Hartman explains the one eighty over the past few years Glencore has been pumping up its coal mining operations, which short-term profit wise has kind of made sense says Costas Samaras at Carnegie Mellon University. Demand is still very strong in India and other parts of the world last year, coal shipments were more than a billion tons for the first time ever. So why is Glencore now pulling back near responding to? Institutional investors looking at the writing on the wall and seeing increased risk from assets that won't be viable in a low carbon world that has increased appetite to deal with climate change. These are long term financial risks like increased regulation that favours renewable energy also climate change lawsuits against fossil fuel companies in the long run Adele Morris at the Brookings Institution. Says market players are signaling the grim outlook for coal reflected in no new investment in coal fired. Power plants, they expect eventually to have their greenhouse gas emissions curtailed. Meanwhile, Glencorse plan to cap coal production could have an upside for some US producers that want to ship more to Asia where demand is still strong says Ian Lang at the Colorado school of mines. You know? This is good news for them as if they can get to that Pacific market. They might have less competition. But. That won't be easy. New coal export terminals need to be built in coastal states, like California and Washington where position based on the risk of further damage.

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"adele morris" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"adele morris" Discussed on KQED Radio

"If you want to see some of those ads or maybe reading sheet music from that Irving Berlin song about income taxes, we got online. Marketplace dot org. News from big cold day decision by Glencore, the Anglo Swiss mining conglomerate that it's gonna cap production at one hundred and fifty million metric tons of coal year. Which is it has to be pointed out a little bit more coal than the company mind last year. But the announcement is a big deal. And it's a bit surprising because Glencore has until now been bullish on coal saying, it would keep driving companies profits supplying developing economies in Asia. So marketplace's Mitchell Hartman explains the one eighty over the past few years Glencore has been pumping up its coal mining operations, which short-term profit wise has kind of made sense says Costas America's at Carnegie Mellon University. Demand is still very strong in India and other parts of the world last year, coal shipments were more than a billion tons for the first time ever. So why is Glencore now pulling back their responding to institutional investors looking at the writing on the wall and seeing increased risk. From assets that won't be viable in a low carbon world that has increased appetite to deal with climate change. These are long term financial risks like increased regulation that favours renewable energy also climate change lawsuits against fossil fuel companies in the long run Adele Morris at the Brookings Institution. Says market players are signaling the grim outlook for coal reflected in no new investment in coal fired. Power plants, they expect eventually to have their greenhouse gas emissions cur tailed. Meanwhile, Glencorse plan to cap coal production could have an upside for some US producers that want to ship more to Asia where demand is still strong says Ian Lang at the Colorado school of mines. You know? This is good news for them as if they can get to that Pacific market. They might have less competition. But that won't be easy. New coal export terminals needs to be built in coastal states. California and Washington where opposition based on the risk of further damage to.

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"adele morris" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"adele morris" Discussed on KCRW

"If you want to see some of those ads or maybe read the sheet music from that Irving Berlin song about income taxes. We got them online. Marketplace dot org. News from big cold today decision by Glencore, the Anglo Swiss mining conglomerate that it's gonna cap production at one hundred and fifty million metric tons of coal a year. Which is it has to be pointed out a little bit more coal than the company mind last year. But the announcement is a big deal, and it's a bit surprising to because Glencore has until now been bullish on coal saying, it would keep driving companies profits supplying developing economies in Asia. So marketplace's Mitchell Hartman explains the one eighty over the past few years Glencore has been pumping up its coal mining operations, which term profit wise has kind of made sense says Costas Samaras at Carnegie Mellon University. Demand is still very strong in India and other parts of the world last year, coal shipments were more than a billion tons for the first time ever. So why is Glencore now pulling back their responding to institutional investors looking at the writing on the wall and seeing increased risk. From assets that won't be viable in a low carbon world that has increased appetite to deal with climate change. These are long term financial risks like increased regulation that favours renewable energy also climate change lawsuits against fossil fuel companies in the long run Adele Morris at the Brookings Institution. Says market players are signaling the grim outlook for coal reflected in no new investment in coal fired. Power plants, they expect eventually to have their greenhouse gas emissions curtailed. Meanwhile, Glencorse plan to cap coal production could have an upside for some US producers that want to ship more to Asia where demand is still strong says Ian Lang at the Colorado school of mines. You know? This is good news for them as if they can get to that Pacific markets. They might have less competition. But that won't be easy. New coal export terminals need to be built in coastal states. California and Washington where opposition based on the risk of further damage to the climate.

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"adele morris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"adele morris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"If you want to see some of those ads or maybe the sheet music from that Irving Berlin song about income taxes. We got them online marketplaces dot org. News from big cold day decision by Glencore, the Anglo Swiss mining conglomerate that it's going to cap production at one hundred and fifty million metric tons of coal a year. Which is it has to be pointed out a little bit more coal than the company mind last year. But the announcement is a big deal, and it's a bit surprising to because Glencore has until now been bullish on coal saying, it would keep driving companies profits supplying developing economies in Asia. So marketplace's Mitchell Hartman explains the one eighty over the past few years Glencore has been pumping up its coal mining operations, which term profit wise has kind of made sense says Costas America's at Carnegie Mellon University. Demand is still very strong in India. And in other parts of the world last year, coal shipments were more than a billion tons for the first time ever. So why is Glencore now pulling back near responding to institutional investors looking at the writing on the wall and seeing increased risk. From assets that won't be viable in a low carbon world that has increased appetite to deal with climate change. These are long term financial risks like increased regulation that favours renewable energy also climate change lawsuits against fossil fuel companies in the long run Adele Morris at the Brookings Institution. Says market players are signaling the grim outlook for coal reflected in no new investment in coal fired. Power plants, they expect eventually to have their greenhouse gas emissions curtailed. Meanwhile, Glencorse plan to cap coal production could have an upside for some US producers that want to ship more to Asia where demand is still strong says Ian Lang at the Colorado school of mines. This is good news for them as if they can get to that Pacific market. They might have less competition. But that won't be easy. New coal export terminals need to be built in coastal states. California and Washington where opposition based on the risk of further damage to the climate is.

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Victims of London Bridge terror attack are remembered in memorial service

The Todd and Don Show

01:01 min | 4 years ago

Victims of London Bridge terror attack are remembered in memorial service

"As patrol aircraft rear admiral trae wheeler commander patrol in recon group triton fly extremely high altitudes which streaming long periods of time the first vehicle arrived in november of last year the second this past april in washington rachel sutherland fox news there was a memorial service marking a year since the terrorist attack on london bridge more than seven hundred people gathered inside a century's old cathedral on the bank of the river thames to pay tribute to the victims adele morris a counselor with london city government says memories of the day or still fresh there longer latitude to sirens and helicopters they still make his jump flinch eight people died when three islamic extremist ran down pedestrians on london bridge and stabbed people at nearby restaurants and businesses the attackers shot dead by police prime minister theresa may attended the memorial saying britain's resolve to stand firm against terrorism is stronger than ever chain fergus fox.

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