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"kabanov" Discussed on The Mr. Warren Hayes Show

The Mr. Warren Hayes Show

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"kabanov" Discussed on The Mr. Warren Hayes Show

"He's in a good. He is in the best position to win blockade. And why wouldn't he tournament form. Zack sabre jimmy glorious. I don't know if he felt like you had to pick up the slack because naito wasn't there. I don't know if this was the plan all along. I don't know but he has been brilliant block. Beats a little more cut and dry. You've really got three guys vying for the top spot right now cobb because go kada and evil kabanov cutter at the top twelve points. Evil has ten hiroshi. Hashi is at six and the rest of the field has all been eliminated. Tai chi sonata. Goto yoshi hashi chase owens. Tom tonga all mathematically impossible for them to make it to to win the blocks so they will all be spoilers at this point jeff. Cobb like is still like you said. He's he he got through He got through a sonata which was one of which is the start of his perilous end of tournament because as his His tournament was was very lightly stacked right up to now and now he's getting the main eventers is getting the tippy top guys. What's up machine. Nice to see you. Welcome to the chat. He's got hiroshi tallahassee. he's got kazuko cada. he's got evil and all guys who technically are still in the running time high. She's on the verge but mathematically speaking There's a possibility still for him to be in this. I said at the start. And i'm gonna. I'm staying down this track. They are setting jeff. They are setting. Jeff cobb up to be the final boss for kazuko. Cada at the end of this at the end of block. B with kaczynski. Okada going over in going to the finals. That's still what i think what they're gonna do. So i see him defeating evil defeating okada defeating evil defeating tallahassee but losing to kazushi okada on the final night. Or did you want..

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"kabanov" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

Cueca Apertada

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"kabanov" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

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"kabanov" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

10:54 min | 1 year ago

"kabanov" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Will never apologize for standing up for a l. gdp l. l. lgbtq plus smoke bbq so rsvp s. mlb. A couple of things. I really like about this first of all. I'm speed with which ramps up for sure. He sprinted into it. Why didn't dislike slow down and try to get ready like really like dressing go fast. And then how his his his sigh of despair know the beautiful thing does from defiant and leader lead into the by the end of it. He's just audible. You can hear his dispatcher going. I will never apologize for standing up for l. gdp at l. l. lgbtq two plus rights to not have to undergo conversion therapy pie r. Squared build the two plus two equals four. Oh speaking of countries that are almost america but not quite backed australia. Coming up president gijon paying is a communist. This is breaking news so stay tuned right anyway. So talk about australia. And they have seeded like the united states perhaps properly authority to deal with the cova to their state governments. They actually have several states in australia. Not nearly as many as us because we're better but anyway In a lot of these state health authorities are exercising iron fisted power that we would never put up within the united states. Australia's been cut into sections and there are harsh strict rules about not being allowed to venture from one state into another as i mentioned earlier. There's a couple of in stuck at a rest stop in the outback for ten days. No the the region there are I wouldn't mind being stuck out back. Wait in a lot of another blooming onion. Sure why not as long as we're stuck here. Parents simple separated from children. You have families divided in half and listen to this would you. This is this is so indicative of what happens when you grant so-called emergency powers in south australia. There are less than a dozen. Active corona virus cases. The premier stephen marshall has resisted calls to fast track people coming back home. We simply can't take chances at the moment they've got a he says of the thousands of exemption applications that are sitting on. Somebody's desk saying look. I gotta get home. My kids need me etc. We can't take chances at the moment. They've got to conduct a risk assessment on every single one system. Believe that's young. We as far as we've gone with dr ci in the various people that are so concerned about kabanov time we. We haven't gone that far. Thank goodness yeah. So you have people actually doing human smuggling just to go home or get to work violating the laws of australia including in south australia where there are fewer than a dozen cases. Go ahead grant those emergency powers americans because they'll give them back immediately. Oh one more thought on that topic. We got a note from allan amos in hawaii and he said do you come from a land down under sorry. We're already in hawaii switching music boy. Anyway allan hawaii points out that that Hawaii did we california. Did they figured there coverted scale so that tier one is covert is really bad. Run and hide. You'll be guild tier five. Is you know but his it is still a threat. There are still some rules. There is no tier sex. Saying it's over so government controls based on ovid are now permanent in hawaii. Dr scott gottlieb was on fox news this morning and said we're moving to a place where masks become optional. So i'm hoping that's the reality of fully already are for. London breed the mayor of san francisco. And only when. Tony tony tony or other nineties. R&b acts are playing minor. Rb ex. You got a mask on. Janet jackson walks by and get right off because it's fine according to london breed. Oh you see boys to men whatever please right tongue kiss a stranger. Covert is neutralized by ninety s. R&b were following the science. So jonathan swan tweeted this out. And he is a report from axios that i listen to what he has to say. I trust him and he tweeted this wall street journal article and he said this article may be the most important china article you read this year. Wow i gets my attention. I saw yesterday didn't it. G jingping aims to rein in chinese capitalism And the long and short of it is already paragraph or two for you but the long and short of it is Gene things a communist. It turns out so A little background on that idea. The best chronicler of the soviet union for my money as this guy named kotkin stephen kotkin and he's written a number of books i've seen him give. I don't know how many different lectures about it. And everything like that. And he said one of those shocking things that he found doing all of his research on the soviet union when the wall fell and the soviet union kind of went away briefly and They were able to get into the archives. And actually see the letters between these people hit. It was shocking him to find out he's people were actually communists. They actually believe this crap. Lenin and stalin actually believed that cramp. They weren't just evil heinous dictators that wanted to be rich and powerful. They actually believed the crap about communism that state control and planned economies our best the redistribution of all assets. Killing all those people in all those horrible things ultimately okay because it was going to turn out for the good. They actually believed that. Wow wow they thought they were ushering in a workers utopia and you know most people had thought along just like i've thought about paying that. He's just a thug. I mean they called the communist party but they've had communist. They've had leaders of the communist party for decades now who are embracing capitalism. Pretty strong because it was making them crazy. Rich them in the rest of the communists are the people at the top of the communist party. They call themselves communist but whatever that means well it also enabled them to stay in power because if the people weren't getting richer than they were thirty years ago that they'd be out of power but gee ping will i'll read the The the first paragraph from the articles using pink campaign against private enterprises increasingly clear. It's far more ambitious than meets the eye. The chinese president is not just trying to rein in a few big tech another companies to show. Who's boss china. He's trying to roll back. China's decades long evolution toward western-style capitalism and but put the country on a different path entirely a close examination of mr g's writings and his discussions with party officials. Show for most of the last forty years. They've been embracing economic reforms to make the country richer and his work and communist party leaders have given market forces wider room to flourish that opening helped lift hundreds of millions of people out of poverty as joe was just saying and created trillions of dollars wealth but also led to corruption and An erosion of ideological the idol ideological basis for continued communist rule. In mr g's opinion private capital now has been allowed to run a muck and wall street journal examination shows that he's trying forcefully to get china back to the vision of chairman mao who saw capitalism as a transitory phase on the road to socialism. Wow and that's what. Jonathan swan says the most important article about china. This year he actually believes that whole communism crap and is actually set on trying to pull it off and i think that's good news for the united states bad news of your a chinese person. Yeah i've been saying for a long time. I don't think. China is going to eclipse the united states and becomes the world economic power. I just well they. They might be bigger but they're not going to be more dynamic or important or or the world's great military power either because of demographic problems in the limitations of their system. now. I'm double convinced if he actually a comment. I mean if you actually like winter storm actually believes this stuff. No because it doesn't work it won't work. He's gonna roll back all the stuff that has made them so wealthy and powerful well and as we've discussed in you know different contexts. Once people get something maybe they never had it. Maybe the only had it for like two weeks but once they get it taking it. Away from them is politically incredibly dangerous. Allegedly hard in the united states. You couldn't do it. You can do it in a communist country. You kill them well right right but those who aren't killed are going to be pissed so how that ends up. I don't know china's incredibly capable totalitarian state. It could be that all of the angry will of the people in the world isn't enough now kick him out of power but interesting to watch. I'd say so. So so jean. Ping wants to be chairman mao. Only with all of the technical logical advantages of the modern dictator. So boy it's going to be injured like you said it's gonna be something to watch over the coming years. Well to end this on an idiotic note somebody needs that gives xi jinping a fortune cookie that says communists communism doesn't work and you're lucky numbers are three eleven seventeen twenty four and twenty one more time michael. Can i hear mr one more time. Take one more shot at it. Never apologize for standing up for l. gdp at l. l. lgbtq two plus kids. That could be you certainly in the final ten for clip of the really be. That's really good. 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"kabanov" Discussed on Ultimate Guide to Partnering™

Ultimate Guide to Partnering™

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"kabanov" Discussed on Ultimate Guide to Partnering™

"I just i love to help you know i really do. And i think it's part of what i love about running sam sales to that we can help so many people. We can make such operative impact but being an individual contributor for me while i'm so financially driven. Guess you can't tell and you know while that was great and printing money was great hitting conan getting kabanov. That was right when i really wanted was. They wanted to balance and wine the financial and the heart filling balance of knowing that you were impacting other people's lives. And i do think that the transition just as you said i think a lot of salaries just Leaderships like you know. We've been dating awhile. I guess the next step is marriage. Reassure sang. Saying this is. I just got married but i think that the is important about what is motivating you to do that. Why leadership because i know also a lot of people who have found into leadership Nope and have pivoted. And i'm sure you have as well offense. And just said i don't want to deal with the psychology of it. I don't want to deal with temper tantrums. I wanna deal with the egos chest wanna focus on my own number announced my own schedule so it the motivator hostility erin. it's not just for the glory because it's not glorious at the top Yes i loved the heart filling piece. I love that i'm gonna remember the heart filling component and you know you mentioned being competitive by nature. Was there something that instilled that in you at an early age. I've talked to mom. I talked to my mom about that before. I don't know what it is. I don't know what was the first time. I wanna conscious that i was like well. This feels nice. I said this forever plays at. I don't know what it is vince. Are you pretty competitive. You have any insights from your side. I am and a lot of. It comes back to sports. But i was not a competitor. I didn't play competitive sports. Believe it or not i was. I was the overweight kid in the room. And i lost the way through. High school went out for the football team and didn't make it because i couldn't run the laps but i think there was. You know there was certainly a burning desire to succeed and that burning desire was invoked. It's way different ways right. So i'm with you to a late. Sports author out college and high school and that wasn't competitive. I was just like well. This is this is not lately. But i wasn't that surprising. I would've expected you to just be out there like totally competitive. I don't know you know what. Actually i'm getting out by saying if actually come back to the thing that's on my linked profile. It says that i got my first exposure sales. When i raised money for the leukemia lymphoma society. I won second place. I was in sixth grade. I raised the second. Highest amount of money Sector in florida. And i think it was. It really was winning. Second that made me think. Like i never want to be second again. I think that's kind of maybe. Maybe that's art. This therapy sessions events. I'm into it. No i saw that on your linked in profiles thinking the same thing. I didn't like coming in second..

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"kabanov" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

Talentos para o Sucesso

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"kabanov" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

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"kabanov" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"kabanov" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Solutions do can apply such as Using mendel so you take a type of rock which can then react with of next year and then Trapped up forever as wrong other than any other form and that would be the equivalent of The faucet field but when it's a nature dissolution like between the. The math is really hard to work. And that's why experts stolis that just buying a few dollars worth of credits for your fossil fuels even going to make them carbon. So you know kaley is a very cynical reporter. So i'm gonna ask the question that she's dying to s. which is basically do carbon offsets really help stop climate change or is this kind of a marketing ploy and because i a- science reporter i'll have to give you a nuanced answer. So they help but not as much as we think so when he by kabanov sets of thinking they're buying one tonne of carbon. We are not really buying ton of common. Your bryan probably a fraction of that. And so when corporations use carbon sets to balance the carbon books that is actually in a way a fictitious transaction that happening carbon offsets or protecting forests is an absolutely he planning solution but buying them through the offset market. To be able. To get rid of your robinson's is in the to do them What is the way that system needs to be created and there's a lot of going around that But the carbon-neutral commodities are. Being sold is definitely not the solution. All right doctor shot rati. Thanks so much for joining us. Really appreciate it. He's climate and energy reporter for bloomberg green with our big take story of the day. And i'll tell you folks. These big take stories are phenomenal reporting. Great graphics just a great read and we have them every day here on bloomberg go to bloomberg dot com. Check those out some great reporting from our good folks. At bloomberg news hit you saw corporate america the big big companies.

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"kabanov" Discussed on The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"kabanov" Discussed on The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

"Ethel ford big p. Surprisingly american airlines industry we've got wars. How many of the companies out the pest. Control companies have contracts with these organizations. I reckon probably a lot a lot of just to say that that is a laundry list of companies. And i am sure that. Pm it's some of them have hands and those companies in some way shape or form and the fact news they do all these companies accounting seuss. It's going to be a flow down trickle. Down effect that supplies and service providers to the accompanies. We'll have to be cobb unusual. Otherwise that company won't be to maintain the neutrality. So the fact is for you to survive in a future. You've actually got to think about what you can do to reduce carbon footprint and this will be a challenge for a company but there are a lot of things that you can. Oh yeah no. There is a lot of things in. Its from the simple to the aggressives that they can do. And and i'm sure some of the piano. Okay so you know especially as maybe some of the smaller companies like okay. Well what can we do as far as you know having that change it become more carbon-neutral i mean. Do you have any ideas immediately. Glad you asked to be honest Fos to think about people say the gunman's go to do these got government's gotta do that will allow the government. The government comes from us. So we've got to start with ourselves and even something think something like guy across the road threat morning coffee so i always take a reusable cup. They keep coming out to be honest. This has been a problem during covered. Yes we haven't been voice. I will use to these bought. Provide these t. workers that they can take away. Put your company lighter walking around you know john smith pest control super pest control give to your clients wow what. A simple appetizer. Maybe the like give out some cops at the next meeting. Area go go. Yeah something simple. And i'll see in the home. We can recycle. We can put them water. Tanks shoes cry water. Use sola sola border. And i've done all these things. The not like i said at the start. I wanna try to leave the world in a better place for workwise but also environmentally so. I'm very conscious about this. So let's go onto companies now one thing that we have to us look at and to learn from the pass and covert tortoise. A lot about how we can manage your workplace. Do we need those big offices. Can we have stopped from working from will. Yes we can We were able to do it. Do we need that business. Cheap or can we do. Virtually i mean the fact is the airline alliance credibly kaban wasteful. Incredibly holiest yes. They are with Some airlines have you can actually buy carbon offsets. And that's a very potent point so the airline that olive. I'm guilty fly a lot. But i fly with an airline. That office kabanov sits. And i p- high. Every time i fly so if i fly from sydney to melbourne and al flight. It's about five dollars. I'm gonna pay always now own airlines do it. But i- preferentially go down airlines as she have carbon offsets. At least i feel quite as guilty..

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"kabanov" Discussed on The Energy Gang

The Energy Gang

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"kabanov" Discussed on The Energy Gang

"How trees store carbon and that means you'd have to have a hundred year contract now. I don't know if you've ever had a one hundred year contract for anything the longest you can get on a home. Loan is an a contract is thirty years. A hundred years does not account for bankruptcies for shifts for all of these risk that we have around managing land and building for us and so. It's just really much harder than it looks. And then you add the the fire complexity and it really becomes gnarly. Yeah up city grath. It's hugely important at. We've talked a lot about net zero goals. It's become something that everybody talks about Now often. I think people tend to forget the word net it The fact of being able to have a net zero emissions by using come captured. Kabanov sets Forestry among other things is hugely important it would be much much more difficult to achieve zero goals if they were just zero goes love a net zero goals but as catherine's lighting. It's really important to make sure that these offsets games actually work. It has been very interesting. Latest the british government does that she just launched an inquiry into carbonell sets to try and make sure that they are actually delivering. What they say a delivering As inquiry it's going to be headed by racial very brilliant woman used to run the un sustainable initiative sustainable energy initiative. She's now head of the Fletcher school at tufts university. It's going to be very interesting to see what she comes up with. Because it is clearing houses. I i very very important. Issue and only becoming more so as net zero becomes the thing that everyone is looking for yet. Another piece is that risk factors for these programs are looked at from a national level. So they they look at california in the same risk as they would vermont or north dakota or any other state and if you look at what's happening in california now three times. More acreage was burned This year than the same time last year. I mean it is worse and worse every single year and last november. Sixteen scientists sent a letter to the chair of the complaints. Offset protocol task force in california. To say you need to look at this in a much more regional way you need to be more. Accurate need to take into consideration. All of these other risks And really build and a substantially increase this forest but pool this insurance pool basically for most projects based on evidence. Yeah this is a really troublesome story. Offsets are of course important for preserving the health of forests and i think they are particularly beneficial for preserving the health of soils when it comes to agricultural offset so i don't want to discount them entirely but they've always made me a bit queasy because they can be difficult to track particularly Internationally in places like brazil Where you know that people have done satellite imagery and found that places that have been set. Aside for a carbon offsets are completely deforested. And as we mentioned a couple times you have beetle. Infestations droughts and fires that will ultimately get worse for virtually every forest ecosystem so it is a troublesome development because they're these corporate commitments rely so much on offsets today and over the next decade They play a role. But this story shows that that role can pose a serious challenge to corporate climate commitments. Okay let's transition to our free electrons to wrap up the show. These are stories. We're following something novel interesting. Maybe random what is happening at you go first. What is your free electron this week. So this is what. I did on my holidays. This is my vacation in the uk Obviously impossible to stop thinking about entity altogether. While i was there one really interesting story about offshore wind. The uk uk at the world's number one offshore wind generator. It's massively important industry there and still growing significantly but a very striking report the quite a bit of coverage in the uk press As report actually published by se which is one of the big power supplies in the uk warning about the longer term economics of these offshore wind project. basically they have support mechanisms that typically support their economics. Fifteen years as low. Start to roll off in the twenty thirties because of these projects are going to be really quite significantly challenged They're probably going to need significantly higher power prices than what they're able to achieve. It's that classic problem. Mukasey said quite often with variable renewables. That are the points. When generation has at its highest. Pat prices collapsed. We see that with California with sola wind in of west texas. And so and all those kind of places where you got a lot of renewable generation that can have a big impact all nepal markets. And so that's going to create a big problem potentially for the economics offshore wind in the uk not immediately but as a into the the twenty thirties and beyond and so there's a cool to reform the uk market. Really you need some pretty fundamentally different pamuk structure in place in order to make sure that those wind projects can remain viable into the long term. Though that's an instinct as one for the future but definitely one. That's going to be with watching. I think yes definitely a challenge when as variable resource. You're a price taker catherine. What's your free electron. Yeah so. I saw this story of oberlin. Ohio it's oberlin college and conservatory which is a very progressive college And has certainly been very much a leader on divestment and trying to figure out. How do we really move forward With par paris climate accord and these secured eighty million dollars in certified climate bonds for their sustainable infrastructure program. This is only the second certify. Climate bond offering among us colleges and universities in the third in the world and these bonds attract bids three times more than the amount of the offering this eighty million will allow them to really fully fund the first phase of their forty million dollar program. They're going to build a geothermal energy system they're going to replace old steam pipe. Save millions of gallons of water more than a million dollars. A year in operating costs Their buildings are being upgraded. Which is as we know in extremely expensive.

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"kabanov" Discussed on VINTAGE Podcast

VINTAGE Podcast

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"kabanov" Discussed on VINTAGE Podcast

"Carbon sources of power to do this will require at least two hundred thousand additional jobs of the next three decades. This is something to get really excited about. Imagine zero kabanov going from house to house street-by-street neighborhood by neighborhood to insulate homes and help people change the way they heat justice with fdr deals program people would have the sense of being shed mission for the country. Giving the greenest homes in the world an inspiring example of this little. Small-scale is retrofit. Get in a cooperative in manchester owned and run by its workers which is employing stagehands technicians and join us who've lost jobs in theater during the pandemic to insulate homes. It turns out that skills eminently transferable. Of course we won't leave. Work has to be able to get their jobs back in the theater. But this illustrates the principle and points the way to what could be done with an equivalent scheme on a national scale as we face this transition. Those who run the fossil fuel industry do not merit our support. But those who work in it and all other industries that underpin a high carbon economy deserve all the support we can possibly muster. There are an estimated three hundred thousand jobs in the uk dependent on the oil and gas sector alone concentrated in particular areas of the country and these jobs tend to be decently paid with good. Pensions and unionized workforces. Unless we handle the change well we will let down and talk communities. I've fell to bring people with us. The problem is in the uk we haven't been doing enough to create equivalent jobs even in areas where we appear to be doing well on green issues like offshore wind over the last two decades. Successive governments have made great strides in turning the uk into a global leader in offshore wind generation by first mandating energy supplies to include renewables and more recently by guaranteeing the offshore wind.

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"kabanov" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"kabanov" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"We accelerated those plans in two thousand nineteen in response to the latest climate science and quote all right. Well let's talk more about that. Pledge in particular specifically at september two thousand nineteen pledge and joining us now from devon in the united kingdom. is tom rivet karnak. He's former chief political strategist for the paris. Climate agreement at the un climate convention. Meaning that he and christiana figures are best known for negotiating the historic parrot paris climate agreement in twenty fifteen and recently. He helped amazon develop. Its climate pledge that they announced in two thousand nineteen. Tom welcome to on point. Great to be here. So what has amazon pledged to do regarding its climate impact. So amazon came out in two thousand nineteen and committed to be net zero by twenty forty. So that is ten years ahead of the paris agreement the best science when we negotiated the agreement between governments in two thousand fifteen was that we needed to reduce our impact on the climate to nothing by the middle of the century and the whole organizing idea behind the content. Pledge is that if that's what the world's governments essay than amazon wanted to go faster and so created this climate pledge that requires companies that sign up an amazon was the first signatory to be transparent about their emissions according to commonly recognised standards and to disclose that publicly to reduce their emissions through genuine reductions in business processes in everything they do and transportation and heating and cooling to get that down really as far as it can and then with the residual rump of emissions. That can't be reduced to buy credible reliable permanent offsets to get that down to zero. So so that's that's the plan. I just want a a half to. I just cannot help myself. I have to make the point that amazon when it decides to do something it does go big decided to get one of the co-authors of the paris climate agreement essentially to help the company right. Its own climate. Pledge now i would like you to help us understand anesthesia. I'm going to want to get your view on this. Also in a second between the concept of net zero emissions which amazon talks a lot about in its corporate communications regarding its pledge versus actually reducing overall emissions down down to zero. Why did amazon choose. The net zero option while so. This is not uncommon in how companies and indeed countries think about meeting that climate commitments. There's a general recognition that we need to reduce emissions as fast as possible. But what scientists will tell you is that we have left climate change so late that it's now very unlikely that we can reduce emissions fast enough to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. And so we need to do both. We need to reduce emissions as quickly as we can and at the same time we need to take action to remove the pollution. That's already in the atmosphere in order to bring it down to a safe level that involves restoring degraded land planting trees that's appropriate restoring nature and all kinds of other ways and maybe down the line other kinds of direct air capture the actually suck kabanov at the atmospheric. So that's the difference between the two and the reason for the net and this is the subject of much debate at the moment is that companies are coming out and being as ambitious as they can be but it's difficult to see getting absolute zero and what what. What the argument that. I've heard in that. I have some sympathy for his. We shouldn't allow that fact to stop us from doing what we can now. We need to reduce emissions as quickly as we can through real reductions right away and down the line. We also need to invest in nature and as technology improves as the economics improve. Maybe we will get to absolute zero down the road but whether that's the case or not we need to start now anastacia. I wonder what you think about that. though. Because i'm looking at another major retailer. Wal-mart which allies mentioned earlier in that Die audio postcard. Essentially that you heard from her walmart's own climate. Pledge looking at it right now. It says walmart is targeting zero emissions across its global operations by twenty forty without relying on carbon offsets. Its goal is to power its facilities with one hundred percent renewable energy by twenty thirty five globally. So that's walmart says it wants to do is amazon being ambitious enough. I think that they have. They're playing a bit of catch-up at this point because they they did stop environmental sustainability work kind of late in the game compared to some of the competitors and too many others sectors but as you noted they do move quickly and move strongly they move they also released supported by a huge team of people working on it so i think that will say them catch up a maybe even take some of these commitments in the future they get comes down to where you draw the boundary around a company's responsibility as to how how ambitious it is so if you're including all of these products and services that amazon is selling on its platform as part of its responsibility then that's a massive undertaking that they've just they've just committed to If walmart for example is also including all of the products and services that it sells on its shelves anterior. It's retail than. I don't think they're going to be reaching net zero zero emission with all of that included So it it sort of depends how you wear and how you draw the boundaries around some of these commitments. To sort of how ambitious it is. But i do think amazon is making some pretty big financial commitments to the innovation end of the spectrum realizing that they have is really hard to avoid emissions right now whether it really isn't Sustainable aviation fuel for example all sufficient quantities that they would need and still run their business away. They want to run sir. You know what what are we gonna do. Today are looking ahead and trying to invest in the new new technologies new approaches to creating those sorts of energy sources that have less impacting a few spare. And that's great and we need to see more of that So while yes we can critique this that and the other of their perch. i'm. I'm actually fundamentally pretty cited that they taking such a big stance right now and putting the birth financial resources into it as well as stuffing and they sort of analytical prowess on to hoping find solutions here well kilometers something. You're because you right to point out. That is walmart including all of its you know. Its other vendors and suppliers in its zero emissions target and and in fact it's not because it says because most of walmart's environmental impact comes from its supply chain. Walmart is also working with those suppliers through its project giga ton initiative to avoid a gig a ton of greenhouse gas emissions so that's different than absolute zero that they're targeting for their own operations. That's walmart but tom rivett carnac. Let let me turn back to you here. Because i think what's really really important to understand something. The anesthesia pointed out earlier. And that is as far as i can see when we're talking about the different areas of environmental impact. Their sort of roughly categorizes scope one scope to scope three the and the smaller the number of the closer. It is to the company's own own control but those scope three impacts with vendors suppliers supply chain etc for amazon. That's the mo- isn't that the vast majority of its environmental impact is perhaps beyond its direct control and and reach in terms of trying to reduce overall emissions. Well that's true of every company every company actually the scope three so scope. One is the fuel that you actually combust to. Do business to drive around in trucks for example scope to is the fuel is combusted. On your behalf to for example create electricity you need the heating.

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"kabanov" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"kabanov" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"When you were on the first time will you with creative edge at that time. I don't think you were right. I'm sorry i didn't i. Didn't i thought that was newfield. When i was gonna ask if that had that had changed anything about your Way you conduct your your profession but since a since you went with them that's a question let's pass. That seem interesting. Because i know a lot of people who i have had several guests now who are authors. Who came on the program for an interview and then later got part of the creative edge thing and came back as one of mickey's clients and it's just an interesting he. He seems to be Helping quite a few authors Improve their careers now. if you don't mind me Observing something you seem to be personally and maybe it's just because of the setting but you seem to be very a kind of on a happy Lighthearted mood especially the two times. I've talked to you The ever when you writing this violence and stuff. The does that giggle lead. I've heard several times in this program Does that come out and like boy. This is really Over the top violence. And i'm enjoying it in the silly type of way i kinda. I kinda intuitive that it seemed like it seemed like you would you in you would enjoy making yourself Giggle a little bit about some of the absurdities of of the situations. People might find themselves in her. I find myself many times sitting down. Like oh how. Can i make this absolute worth. It can possibly be for these characters Own yet is gonna be amazing. And then you know i'll do a little happy dance or mathis maybe pop out in the hall and you know season weird things i just wrote. It really drives me. Like and i i hear you and i appreciate that and i think that's what makes you can you now. I'm trying try to bec- because Everybody has a weird parent. And i'm sure you had with parents. I had been but i'm trying to magic life as your four year. Old linking while mama's got this really crazy dockside better be careful visit. She's got no love. I better be careful more. Like i be just like mom bean do that. I think that's that's a good thing. I mean you be doing something right. That the tab that attitude And and you know it's a it's a great thing for I know you. I believe i could be wrong about this. But you do some gauche writing on the side right now Does kathryn hudson the novelist. Who writes for herself that personality Do you have to fight to keep her at of the works that you're doing as a ghost writing. Is that a struggle. When i started was because apparently have quite unique case for buried dark vision and for morley great characters and those that readers may not necessarily like in the beginning but are swept into enjoying eventually and so it was difficult for me in the beginning to search. Turn that switch off and hardly more so with most of the fiction. That i go right. I am in that space like this is just ridiculously silly and hilarious. Kabanov the right into my own books. But it's what my clients right. It's what they want. It's worth their readers are looking for gobble up daily. So that's a revelation to me. Because i didn't even really consider that you doing fiction as ghostwriter because most of the people i talked to who do go threatening it's mostly memoirs and stuff like that way you basically interviewing people in trying to help them write their life story because they're not writers So right and so. I was thinking Some more in a non case like that. You're writing my memoir. And all of a sudden i'd have to call you up and think catherine i never cast a spell on on a i also i've also gush written nonfiction just like that and i have A client of mine. He's a couple of months ago actually emailed me and the amusement in his voice was really fun to read music. So i noticed that your Your publishing branding is exquisite darkness. And you write really dark stuff. How are you helping his like self. Help review. It's the same kind of thing. And so i explained to him that the the darkness that is inside. Kathryn hudson is department allies into my vision. The rest of me very happy ends optimistic and positive and always looking for those those greater. Inspirations million even inspired amount story my own redemption story that allows me to draw from my south and i'm helping my clients there's compartment is a difficult thing and it's something that puzzled me. 'cause i'm never ever been able to do it. I worked for a time In pathology i was doing autopsies. I was doing a lot of Fetal autopsies and baby autopsies and things like this and the doctors. I would work with had no problem sleeping at night. They had no problem taking a dead baby out of a bag. Throwing it on the tape just throwing it down on the table. Meanwhile my heart is breaking. I'm like in tears just watching this happen. And they just carried on. What's today and they're cutting open cadaver. You know but the ability to actually compartmentalize your mind and competitive Compartmentalize the way you look at the world. That is always baffled me. Because i can't do that and i i'm wondering if you can give me some advice on how you do that in your writing or how you are able to separate yourself when it comes to doing some work for somebody else. Rather than for yourself. Avenue clue on how you just a natural thing you were born. How i get maybe part of just my natural Wave existing in the world. I had to learn at a very young age. Our to do out compartmentalize on my own at knowing. Talk how but it was a. It was a self defense mechanism to cope with a pretty rough upbringing. Ends of build my own Safe room result whenever a good and stuck.

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"kabanov" Discussed on Cracking Aces

Cracking Aces

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"kabanov" Discussed on Cracking Aces

"Hopefully it'll start being fought against count on have never been that to now and it doesn't seem like it's getting much better so we're in for the wild i was. I was in the west village last weekend for the first time in a long time and i mean all most of the restaurants so same like there's still people out but the storefronts they're all it's all they're all empty. Yeah i just go. Crabbing obviously not getting political on here but the election be mike. My fourth day new york is going to be. I'm sure that'll be entertaining as well. Now you're also if you moved to hoboken it is legal. It's regularly can say not. You're not far from from regulated online poker few papa berg for a sunday. There's you know it's not huge stuff but there's some pretty good stuff to play. Yeah i mean. Honestly truthfully. I loved to describe you out sunday just kind of like i said i have a ton of respect for your your school people. I respected them outside. I would love that. Yeah then. I've lived with jake for two years and i got zero lessons zero. Not his fault my fault. I just never did. But it is a big waste when you live with. You know one of the best players and you just never learn single thing from also work with another guy. You're gonna remember you. The chemist chemists eighty. Three's the potty so he lives a bat roosts. name's jeremy go there. I just hired. He's going to be my poker coach. Now so i'm pretty pumped about that. Because he's he's awesome. He's still he's still just playing a bunch online. Yeah he plays e points a lot also. I used to like kinda mentioned this like i used to party. Like real hard new orleans. I quit drinking and six months ago. And so like i'm a lot sharper my my. I feel like that mcinnes thing. I'm hoping opposed to seattle. Yeah yeah for sure that the i've only been to new orleans once in it was for a bachelor party. I can't even imagine what it's like living there when you're in your early mid twenty s especially without a six figure bag call and an playing poker for a living like i was. I was complete idiot. It was it was it was it was insane. I mean it was but it was. I feel like i learned a lesson from at least a lot of other people live in that way never learned so i'm kind of lucky on that. Want to do some stuff in the future. I mean hopefully come comeback kobe. But i'm big saints. Pelicans kabanov music. I wanted to sabar. Still take stuff down there for mardi gras jazz fest. Answer which gets really good com content at all that..

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"kabanov" Discussed on COACHCAST Brasil

COACHCAST Brasil

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"kabanov" Discussed on COACHCAST Brasil

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"kabanov" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"kabanov" Discussed on The Science Show

"So to undress soccer off who centenary of birth. It is right now. This is from the bbc portrait of the once famous man. He's tall and slightly stooping and looks rather like a father superior of a monastic community. He always chooses his words meticulously and he did so when i asked him. If after all the arrests and trials the human rights movement could survive. He thought it could senior. Actually there s told. Lithuania and human rights movement is already coping with a difficult situation. It is not dying it cannot die. It's already fulfilled the be dusk. It's already changed attitudes throughout the world. It's still the world the truth about the violation of human rights in our country and this cannot be cancelled out it continues. Its work and it's only weapon is obligatory but where i asked lies. The strength of the moment the strength of the democratic movement lies in the fact that it is necessary in the morton divided world. Defense of human rights has become the only ideology capable of uniting people of different world outlooks religions nationalities and social attitudes andrey sakharov in translation distinguished. Professor alexander. kabanov is based to the university of north carolina chapel hill and was one of the instigators of a letter to the journal nature about science in russia. Here he is in. I think his garden reflecting on memories of sakharov. Well many things have been said about soccer of i would share the following personal experience. One of the very important things he did. He is essentially sacrificial enroll consistent saying truth which many other people want to say but they couldn simply because the price for doing that was very high was in fact very important to those who were not speaking up. I do recall how my own father who also was a prominent soviet scientist a member of the ketamine with tremendous respect spoke about soccer of and eluded to the fact that soviet government didn't force russian academy to expel soccer in. I believe that soccer of example was extremely important to people like my father who were not speaking up themselves who served some different role in the society but the example of soccer of can't them saying in the otherwise totalitarian society and help them to fulfill some other important mission that they fulfilled in life and the fact that he spoke with me about soccer of was also very important because i saw the respect he was expressing and when i grew up and perestroika started i started asking myself what make people different. What did we gain and would do we lose. And i was comparing to example of soccer of myself. I wrote an essay in which i was analyzing what makes me different from the previous generations. And i concluded that the feeling of internal freedom was extremely important and essentially will work gaining. This is internal freedom at the time when soccer was returned from gorky to moscow and once acquired this internal freedom. I never wanted to lose it. It is intrinsically important for scientists to tell truth because truth and actually knowledge is the basis of the scientists profession as well as some other professions and it is very difficult for his scientists to exist in tila state. Were the untruth and lies are just part of life and it's dangerous to speak up so it really crushes personality unless you have someone like suffer of who really help the entire group of until agenda to keep the sanity. They looked at his example and they were really bringing full forwards some of the ideas and some of the deeds which helped scientists in general and the society at large to survive. I asked him next about himself. Did he agree that his position. As an academician and nobel peace prize winner gave him a certain immunity that it's just having s jimmy needs to guest. Usually just she's to yes. I do if you compare me with. Those unknown are little known people especially those who leave in the provinces far from moscow who carry on the struggle on a one to one basis. Then i do agree but if you look at it from the point of view of generally accepted democratic norms. Then i don't agree i'm not protected. No what are those who are near and dear to me from slander from the willful and petty tyranny of their authorities from constant civilians interference with postal and telephone communications and much else. That makes life ex through and difficult. What will happen in the future. I simply don't know soccer off in translation. Now here's a coincidence. This year marks not only the centenary of under soccer off but thirty years since the end of the cold war and the fall of the ussr. So what's the state of russian research now. 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"kabanov" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"kabanov" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"kabanov" Discussed on ChupaCast

ChupaCast

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"kabanov" Discussed on ChupaCast

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"kabanov" Discussed on The Wrestling Radio by Arnob Chakraborty

The Wrestling Radio by Arnob Chakraborty

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"kabanov" Discussed on The Wrestling Radio by Arnob Chakraborty

"What what did i say. That these metros extremely ca laments hardcore match. let's continue those impulses raven doppler. Image automates july. Nineteen two thousand Spent how here gritted saving. His father's life went. He almost choked on his own for made you for me. I don't like it okay. He explained how raven much like his father. He stood Lifts mattis punctures lifts called. Cavanna showed up bantering away but punk was having none of it. This time seem in. Bungalow says raven can disable. This was a dog collar match. I can i can give a definition of what he stopped college raven where sadat color and see 'em punk west adult color. Anything time one chain luncheon one dog per raven weird and seeing punk word if you if you turn out towards the symposium that it will be getting shot like that and they say aluminum on can defaced like that. We've started punk code. Another great promo naven into cloud. He also called. Danny dorling was in the crowd for some reasons. This too had yet. Another fantastic bro. Raven was destroying for a while. He can just faded away. I i saw in match that. I wasn't punk even take the dog collar the site. That's that was made from aluminum or mental he. He kept his hand and and beaten. He made he's had in to talk like that and he'd seen punctures had county councils. The country mostly like that. It was absolutely awesome. Seem see i can just say the In pumpkin buster. When money said the bleeding start from his head he can just said okay. Let's continue these two had yet. Another fantasy world raven was destroying punk for wide punk was able to start fighting back. After he sent raven through a table that actually managed to pull off a fantastic crowd brawl with the highlight being punk using the chain to pull off the top row of some glitches. They made their way back lowering. Raewyn was on the part to petri but called. Cabinet popped up to giving raven effect. Yeah cold kabanov give raven twitter minute. I just saw that. It was absolutely danny. Dorey chesty mov punk crowd on top even to pick up the kicking you can justed punk. Got victory. This was one of the greatest measures auto body. The post metros even more electric. You can just say that punks punks who can just save punks match she got the victory was punks three bench for the raven. It was not finished opponent yet not finished yet. so let's begin punk.

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Greta Thunberg sets sail to US climate conference on carbon neutral yacht

FT News

09:35 min | 3 years ago

Greta Thunberg sets sail to US climate conference on carbon neutral yacht

"Greta tune bug. The swedish climate activist made headlines this month by opting to sail to the u._s. Rather than travel by plane choice reflected a growing recognition that air travel carries a heavy cost to the environment you need a convoy are transferred. Correspondent has been looking looking at this problem and the aviation industries response to it and she's here with me now to discuss this along with our environment correspondent lesley hook you nina you spoke to anna hughes an environmentalist who pitta misers this new growing hostility towards flying. What did she tell you well. Anna hughes has founded a flight-free twenty twenty campaign in the u._k. Off the back of other campaigns exist in other countries and she's encouraging people to commit to not flying in twenty twenty aim is to get one hundred thousand people to sign up to the pledge so far she's got three thousand and she's found that when she speaks to people <music> the quite often aware of the effect flying has on the environment she is concerned because it's not obvious how the aviation industry can realistically decarbonised when is in the long term and a hughes is tapping into the trend of flight shame driven by the likes of greta which started scandanavia and on a huge herself south actually committed to not flying ten years ago and doesn't fly anywhere she tries to get everywhere by bicycle or public transport and encouraging people to perhaps when they think holiday today's stop thinking flight and papp's consider u._k. Destinations if that's weather based or even tried to get some of the european cities that they used to fly into by train in because once you take into account security cues immigration queues etc getting to the airport which is usually out of town. The train doesn't necessarily take that much longer and if you organize snuffing book in advance it can be a cheaper option so that's what she's trying to do is quite big. Trend 'cause we do think when we think of holidays we will think cheap travel. Let's go to spain so let's see what's the evidence. I mean how bad is flying compared with other pollutants well. It's really interesting because in terms of global carbon dioxide emissions aviation is only two percent don't which doesn't sound that bad but there's a raft of research over the last few years that show that the emissions airplanes not just carbon dioxide but also oh night trajan oxides also the contrails they create. Those are those white ice vapour clouds that you see in the sky when you see that white line behind the plane. That's called the contrails israel. All of that has an impact on global warming. That's much greater than just the c._o. Two impact so most of the studies show that the warming impact of planes is about twice the amount that you would expect just from c._o. Two alone because of those other factors so closer to five percent percent of man-made warming can be attributed to aviation the reason that climate activists are so worried about this is because it's an area. That's growing very very quickly. Kley so well in other sectors like power. We have wind and solar farms. Many countries in europe have already been decarbonising their power sectors or your our dr electric vehicles are growing with aviation. It's not really clear how it's going to decarbonised as you mentioned and also this is a very fast growing industry street. People are just travelling more than they used to so. You need to use spoken to a number of airline to executives. What's the industry doing then to combat this well. There are several several things they're doing in the short-term. They're often investing in more fuel-efficient aircraft and also there is carbon offsetting but carbon offsetting. He's not decarbonising so kabanov fittings when you purchase a tree also one industry insider told me that customers don't always realized that they can carbon offset or they choose not to carbon offset and it's quite difficult to sometimes encourage passengers to click on that bit of the website light when they're booking a ticket but in the long-term various airlines are looking alternative fuels and electrification but realistically these are aw long-term solutions which aren't going to happen in the future certainly at scale is anybody. She's investing real money into the alternative fuels could have been electrified. Haitian is quite a few years away. I mean nobody's predicting we'll be flying from london to new york anytime soon if all by twenty fifty in an all electric airline so these sort of alternative fuels are they investing lots of money in these people are investing. There are various airlines like b._a. Left-hand sir are working working with projects that will create biofuel or synthetic fuel united airlines is another company which is heavily involved in developing biofuel and is trying to really scale it up but looking at it globally. The investments are relatively small and it's not enough but there are airlines which feel about particularly in the u._k. Governments need to start stepping in and incentivizing <hes> lines to switch to other fuels because the problem in the moment is that jet fuel is much cheaper and so in terms of business model. It's very difficult to justify moving to an alternate fuel which is in some cases three times more expensive than leslie other any environmental sarmento concerns about some of these fuels. I think biofuels has become very very popular for the aviation industry to talk about. There's headlines lines about used cooking. Oil from your house can fuel this plane isn't that cool and snazzy and it is but what the research shows is that to actually create and produce biofuels at the scale that would be needed for aviation or for other forms of transport that can't be easily electrified at the moment. You would really need so much land to do that that it wouldn't be feasible at the large scale so the i._p._c. report. That's the report art from the u._n. Intergovernmental panel for climate change that came out earlier. This month showed that to limit global warming to one point five degrees would require prior seven million square kilometers of land for bio energy and seven million square kilometers the size of australia so this is a lot of land when bio fuels are done small-scale. You could grow a crop. Perhaps on some land wasn't being optimized or wasn't being used for food crops but if you think about twenty year's time global population is going to grow food needs are going to grow and if demand for biofuels growing along with that puts a lot of pressure on available arable land and is there an issue also with the of energy density of some of these biofuels. I mean i guess one of the issues again. Switching from kerosene does have a very high energy density which gives you that thrust thrust the airplane. I mean do they match up. I think looking at alternative views of the whole electro fuels if that can take off electro fuels are approach that does much that nc of kerosene which is why if it can be produced at scale in a sustainable way that could be a real breakthrough biofuels at the moment tend and to be used from what i can gather anyway tickly in the case of united for example the bio fuels are often a drop in fuel which is blended with kerosene so it might right behalf and hof lizzy. Can you explain what our electro fuels. Electricals also called synthetic fuels. The idea is using power from renewable. Oh energy like wind or solar to drive a chemical reaction that yields a synthetic fuel so rather than extracting fossil fuels from the ground. You are synthetically creating a product that basically can match kerosene very very closely using the power from renewable energy. Let's just go back to electric. Electrification people do talk about electric flying taxis which should be in the air by twenty twenty five. I just wanted how do you see that you nina talking to various. This people working on this and airlines for example easyjet is working with right electric to develop an electric aircraft which would be viable for their business but even an the likes of easyjet who quite bullish on the development of electric aircraft even they say the earliest electric aircraft aren't going to be in service until probably the twenty thirty s mostly because of certification it takes years to certify a new aircraft pilots will need retraining certain areas of airports pulse will need to be reconfigured to deal with the new demands of a completely different model of aircraft and even if we do see the first electric planes in the twenty thirty s. I likely to be hybrid so there might be elements of the journey that still run on fuel so possibly it might need fuel to get in the air and and then the electric will kick in when it's cruising but that remains to be seen. It sounds like it's all quite a long way off. I decide one final question. In terms of policies. I mean are there any the policies that the government should be putting in place now to advance all of this so at the moment the u._k. Has a passenger tax and i think it generates about out four billion a year but that goes straight to the treasury and is not designated for anything in particular is just tax on tickets and the chief executive of heathrow airport who i spoke to not recently has called for the government to start allocating at least some of that money towards developing a more sustainable aviation industry so i guess one other sort of conclusions. Is that it flying. We'll have become more expensive. If it's going to be greener in the future it remains to be seen but the way it's looking probably thank you very much. You need leslie and thank thank you for

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