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Vicky McKeever - Green hydrogen tech boss warns of AI energy consumption risk - cnbc.com

Green hydrogen tech boss warns of AI energy consumption risk

The chief technology officer of Ceres Power has warned that as artificial intelligence tools become more widely used for efficiency, there is a risk that this could result in even higher energy consumption.

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Isaac Royel - MARK BAKER - Teenager is charged with terrorism offenses in stabbings of bishop and priest at Sydney church - apnews.com

Teenager is charged with terrorism offenses in stabbings of bishop and priest at Sydney church

SYDNEY (AP) — A 16-year-old boy accused of stabbing two Christian clerics during a Sydney church service has been charged by police with terrorism offenses.

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Growing demand for minerals sparks Indigenous outcry over ‘business as usual’ mining practices - apnews.com - Canada - New York - Australia - Brazil - Kenya - Norway

Growing demand for minerals sparks Indigenous outcry over ‘business as usual’ mining practices

BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) — Indigenous representatives from 35 countries issued a declaration Thursday criticizing the fact that they are too rarely consulted about mining that takes place on or near their lands, an issue that has become more acute with increased demand for minerals needed in the transition to a cleaner energy system.

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How electric trucks are becoming the norm for moving cargo - cnbc.com - Canada - state California - Los Angeles - county Long

How electric trucks are becoming the norm for moving cargo

The next time micromobility company Lime accepts a shipment of e-bikes and e-scooters in California, a new state law means the cargo must be loaded onto an electric truck.

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Elon Musk - Lora Kolodny - Reuters - Elon Musk says in email that Tesla sent 'incorrectly low' severance packages to some laid-off employees - cnbc.com

Elon Musk says in email that Tesla sent 'incorrectly low' severance packages to some laid-off employees

Tesla CEO Elon Musk sent an internal email on Wednesday, telling staffers that the company sent out some severance packages that were too low to a number of laid-off workers this week.

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Lora Kolodny - Tesla is laying off 285 employees in Buffalo, New York as part of a broad restructuring - cnbc.com - New York - state New York

Tesla is laying off 285 employees in Buffalo, New York as part of a broad restructuring

Tesla is laying off 285 employees in the state of New York as part of a broader restructuring according to a WARN notice filed in the state. Most of these employees worked at the company's Buffalo factory and a handful at a store and service center in the area per the filing.

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How sustainability is driving China’s next economic transformation - scmp.com - China - Hong Kong

How sustainability is driving China’s next economic transformation

There was some good news for China’s economy this week, with first-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) figures better than expected. However, structural and cyclical issues persist, and the consequences of policy missteps cannot be stressed enough.

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Isaac Royel - MARK BAKER - Father of boy accused of stabbing 2 Sydney clerics saw no signs of extremism, Muslim leader says - apnews.com - Lebanon - Australia

Father of boy accused of stabbing 2 Sydney clerics saw no signs of extremism, Muslim leader says

SYDNEY (AP) — The father of a boy accused of stabbing two Christian clerics in Australia saw no signs of his son’s extremism, a Muslim community leader said on Wednesday as police began arresting suspected rioters who besieged a Sydney church demanding revenge.

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Dylan Butts - Eco-friendly data centers help drive $6.3 billion of green investment in Southeast Asia, but report shows more needed - cnbc.com - Malaysia - Singapore - city Singapore

Eco-friendly data centers help drive $6.3 billion of green investment in Southeast Asia, but report shows more needed

Southeast Asia saw a significant uptick in green investments in 2023, with a boost from green data center projects, though funding remains insufficient, according to a report released Monday. 

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