Records and a report obtained by The Times detail allegations of widespread medical abuse and forced sterilization against women held at an immigration detention center in Georgia. The report was presented Thursday to Congress.
International Finance Corporation piloted its green equity policy with an Indonesian bank, which went on to fund a coal complex with emissions the size of Spain
Thomas PoggeTwo enormous coal-fired power projects, Java 9 & 10, are being built in #Indonesia,
with massive funding from the International Finance Corporation (IFC),
the private lending arm of the World Bank Group.
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Thomas PoggeIf a company's climate policy is voted on by its shareholders, how will they vote? This could go either way.
Much better to constrain all companies equitably through governmental regulation, preferably at the supranational level.
President Trump signs directive that would potentially pull thousands of federal employees in "policy-making" positions out of the competitive service, making them at-will employees.
Thomas PoggeTrump executive order commands massive overhaul of the U.S. civil service, making certain top officers much easier to fire, for poor performance or over political differences with the current administration.
"An engineering problem that, when solved, solves energy."
Thomas PoggeRenewable energy: water, sun, wind, waves, tides, and
Geothermal! Holds great promise because it can deliver anywhere on land, 24/7, with minimal adverse effects.
Good discussion on how to make it cost-effective.
(Bloomberg) -- Goldman Sachs Group Inc. will pay a record foreign bribery penalty in the U.S. and will enter a guilty plea for the first time ever for its role in the plundering of Malaysia’s 1MDB investment fund.A Goldman subsidiary in Malaysia...
Thomas PoggeGoldman Sachs participated in stealing billions from Malaysian development fund 1MDB.
Goldman pays $2.3 billion to the US to avoid criminal prosecution; a good deal for both parties.
Malaysia's people get stuck with the losses.
China's environment conditions are "grim", falling short of public expectations even after five years of efforts to improve air quality, boost clean energy and curb greenhouse gas emissions, a senior official said on Wednesday.
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Thomas PoggeDr. Godswill Agbagwa, Founder of csaaeinc.org, just reported in a group email that Nigerian soldiers have shot "about 40 unarmed youths" who were protesting police violence (SARS). He included his contact details. This should be covered in the media. pic.twitter.com/5mEcc7tQDH
Prosecutors fined the bank $15.8 million for its failure, on more than 600 occasions, to promptly submit reports that would have alerted criminal investigators to suspicious transactions.
Thomas PoggeGermany fines Deutsche Bank which, with Danske Bank, was involved in facilitating up to EUR 230 billion in illicit financial transactions through its Estonian branch.
The fine? EUR 13.5 million, 0.006%.
Are you kidding?