Economies of Scale

Our aspirations for a great Australia need a big plate

If there is one demographic lesson we should have learned now, it is that as families become more prosperous over generations, they choose to have fewer children. This has become possible thanks to effective contraception. Like all other rich countries, our fertility rate has long been below the population replacement …

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How to end fuel poverty and achieve post-COVID-19 net zero

The world is not making enough progress to achieve SDG 7 of “ensuring access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all”; More than 750 million people do not have access to electricity and global adoption of renewables remains low; Economic plans to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic offer …

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The business benefits of video surveillance in the cloud – TechNative

Facility managers in both the public and private sectors are increasingly reaping the benefits of today’s cloud-based video security systems, with the latest camera platform capabilities providing an overview of all of their areas – both indoors and outdoors Providing quick and easy access to data from any location, this …

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Nova Innovation and Sabella forge the mooring of the tides – reNews

Nova Innovation and Sabella have signed a memorandum of understanding to “accelerate the development” of tidal energy sites that companies are developing. Under the MoU, the partners will combine their expertise to ‘propel a rapid increase’ in installed capacity in the tidal power sector in the UK and France. The …

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A new facility will produce bio-based textile treatments derived from crab and shrimp shells

Bellingham, Washington – Vision of the tides and Leigh fibers will open a production plant in the United States to expand access to bio-based textile treatments. The new plant in Wellford, SC, will produce Tidal-Tex, Tidal Vision’s line of water-based textile treatment solutions that are formulated with a non-toxic, abundant, …

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Standard home delivery policy for alcohol needs: Moët Hennessy MD

A: We had some good growth points last year in the fourth quarter, but overall the business suffered. The entire sector fell by 30% in 2020. The beer and ready-to-drink categories were the most affected. Wine, fortunately, only dropped by around 17%, even though there was no consumption in shops …

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CSR: Why are collaborations essential to better rebuild

In the recent past, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Build Back Better strategy to reduce the risks posed by future disasters for vulnerable communities in post-disaster recovery. The concept has gained prominence in the wake of the new coronavirus crisis since 2020, once all of us across the …

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“Moratorium on evictions is killing small landlords,” says one

The one-month extension of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s eviction moratorium was good news for tenants, but another nail in the coffin for some struggling landlords. Groups representing homeowners have pushed to end the moratorium and are now warning that an extra month will put some of those …

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Ghana Beverage Industry Report 2021: State of the Industry, Influencing Factors, Competition, Industry Associations

DUBLIN, June 24, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD)–The “The beverage industry in Ghana 2021” the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This report focuses on the manufacture of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, as well as the wholesale and retail beverage market in Ghana. It includes comprehensive information on the country and the …

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