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How Biden’s administration threatens to sink US solar

How Biden’s administration threatens to sink US solar America’s biggest builder for solar farms has recently accused US President Joe Biden of doing more harm to the sustainability sector than the Trump administration, which has repeatedly been blamed for having a “dysfunctional” climate policy. George Hershman, chief executive of Solv Energy, the top installer of […]


Greener Energy Push will drive Inflation Higher Probably the most debated topic in Economics right now is the surging inflation rate. Economists across the globe are discussing its causes, its character, whether it is transitory or  here to stay, and the best policies to tamp it down. In the last weeks we have seen how […]

Being fired on a Zoom call before Christmas

Being fired on a Zoom call before Christmas “If you are on this call, you are part of the unfortunate group that will be fired. Your employment here ended effective immediately.” With these words Vishal Garg, CEO and founder of, announced just before the Christmas holidays the dismissal of about 9% of the company’s […]

Can the Courts save us all?

Can the Courts save us all? Climate change it is not only a question of environment. Its effect will be permanent in modelling economy, society, and politics. This multidisciplinary impact requires a unite answer, the sovereign state is unable alone to have enough capital and political power to reach zero emission, the only way to […]

ESG-wise, business schools lag behind Europe’s corporate leaders

ESG-wise, business schools lag behind Europe’s corporate leaders   The business world is changing dramatically. Executives throughout Europe are in charge of promoting meaningful, responsible, and sustainable business, spurred on by legislative reforms suggested by the European Commission. European business schools should be in the forefront, yet they are at risk of falling behind. Many schools […]

Build Back Better is not welcomed by automotive giants, why?

Build Back Better Act is not welcomed by non-US automotive giants, why? Biden’s Build Back Better Act has passed the House of Representatives on November 19th and it is now being discussed in the Senate. The 1.75 trillion dollars bill consists in social and environmental-friendly provisions, like Medicare expansion, Child Tax credits, renewable energy credits […]

Delhi faces a lockdown for air pollution

DELHI FACES A LOCKDOWN FOR AIR POLLUTION: The role of agriculture, and why can primary sector become an ESG investment opportunity Schools and offices closed, construction sites activities suspended, limitations to trucks circulation. These measures are not adopted to fight the pandemic, but another powerful enemy in Delhi: air pollution. The pollution level in the […]