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[Finance]

However, we will allow the sale of hybrid cars and vans that can drive a significant distance with no carbon coming out of the tailpipe until 2035. Five — we will have cleaner public transport, including thousands of green buses and hundreds of miles of new cycle lanes. Six — we will strive to repeat the feat of Jack Alcock and Teddie Brown , who achieved the first nonstop transatlantic flight a century ago, with a zero emission plane. And we will do the same with ships. Seven — we will invest £1bn next year to make homes, schools and hospitals greener, and energy bills lower. Eight — we will establish a new world-leading industry in carbon capture and storage , backed by £1bn of government investment for clusters across the North, Wales and Scotland. Nine — we will harness nature’s ability to absorb carbon by planting 30,000 hectares of trees a year by 2025 and rewilding 30,000 football pitches’ worth of countryside. Why Johnson's splashing cash on climate and defence And ten — our £1bn energy innovation fund will help commercialise new low-carbon technologies, like the world’s first liquid air battery being developed in Trafford, and we will make the City of London the global centre for green finance through our sovereign bond, carbon offset markets and disclosure requirements.  This plan can be a global template for delivering net zero emissions in ways that create jobs and preserve our lifestyles. On Wednesday I will meet UK businesses to discuss their contribution. We plan to provide clear timetables for the clean energy we will procure, details of the regulations we will change, and the carbon prices that we will put on emissions.

https://www.ft.com/content/6c112691-fa2f-491a-85b2-b03fc2e38a30

[Education]

1 (which is a surreal sentence to write find more having left Orlando two months ago). The Nuggets have more question marks than one would like as a title contender and only a few short weeks to address them. Coach Michael Malone’s objective has never been harder: Assimilate a team with five new players, develop young talent, revitalize old talent and compete in a loaded Western Conference. These are his most pressing questions with training camp on the horizon. There’s hardly been a word from the Nuggets about Will Barton, who was Denver’s third-most reliable player last season. After an injury-marred season in 2018-19, Barton bounced back with career-highs in rebounding, assists and shooting percentage. When the shot clock wound down, Barton was one of the few players who could still create something productive. His absence in Orlando, due to a knee injury, was apparent. Michael Porter Jr.

https://www.denverpost.com/2020/11/28/nuggets-training-camp-pressing-questions/