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offsite link Anthony Fauci Booed as He Throws First Pitch at Baseball Game Thu Aug 11, 2022 16:28 | Will Jones
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the controversial Chief Medical Adviser to Joe Biden, has been booed by spectators while throwing the ceremonial first pitch at the Seattle Mariners baseball game. Richly deserved.
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offsite link Tavistock To Be Sued By 1,000 Families Thu Aug 11, 2022 14:10 | Toby Young
Law firm Pogust Goodhead is pursuing a class action case against the Tavistock. One thousand children rushed into irreversible, life-changing medical procedures are expected to join the case.
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offsite link Denmark Ends Vaccination For Under-50s as it Shifts to Treating Covid Like Flu Thu Aug 11, 2022 11:42 | Nick Rendell
Denmark?s policy towards vaccination in the autumn of 2022 will focus on the over-50s; the under-50s will only get a booster if a doctor recommends it, as the country shifts to treating Covid like flu.
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offsite link Kelly Smith, 31, Died Weeks After Her Chemotherapy Was Cancelled Due to Lockdown Thu Aug 11, 2022 07:00 | Will Jones
Warnings of lockdown cancer delays went unheeded, experts have said, as it emerged 10,000 NHS patients have been waiting for treatment for more than three months.
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offsite link News Round-Up Thu Aug 11, 2022 01:56 | Will Jones
A summary of all the most interesting stories that have appeared about politicians? efforts to control the virus ? and other acts of hubris and folly ? not just in Britain, but around the world.
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Climate Change Can be Addressed in Coronavirus Relief, Study Says Development Group Urges Shared Solutions for Debt and Climate Crises

category international | politics / elections | press release author Monday December 14, 2020 16:03author by Zach Conti - Jubilee USA Report this post to the editors

As countries address their debt crises, policy responses can reduce climate change, asserts a new study. “Linking Debt Relief and Sustainable Development: Lessons from Experience,” examines previous debt relief processes to learn how debt and climate responses can work in tandem.

As countries address their debt crises, policy responses can reduce climate change, asserts a new study. “Linking Debt Relief and Sustainable Development: Lessons from Experience,” examines previous debt relief processes to learn how debt and climate responses can work in tandem.

“The coronavirus crisis reduced spending on climate issues in poor countries,” stated report author Aldo Caliari, the Senior Director of Policy and Campaigns for Jubilee USA Network. “The good news is that global policies can be designed to provide debt relief and nurture a green recovery at the same time.”

In November, Zambia defaulted on its debt and several more countries face defaults due to the coronavirus-spurred economic crises. The G20 announced a new debt relief process for 73 of the world's poorest countries.

The Heinrich Böll Foundation, the Center for Sustainable Finance (SOAS, University of London), and the Global Development Policy Center (Boston University) commissioned the paper as a contribution to their Debt Relief for a Green and Inclusive Recovery Project.

Read Aldo Caliari's Linking Debt Relief and Sustainable Development: Lessons from Experience.

https://drgr.org/files/2020/11/BackgroungPaper2-Lessons-from-Experience.pdf

Read more on Debt Relief for a Green and Inclusive Recovery Project.

https://drgr.org/documents/

Related Link: https://www.jubileeusa.org/climate_coronavirus_relief_study
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