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Jaza Energy wins Keeling Curve Prize

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Jaza Energy recently won Global Warming Mitigation Project’s, “Keeling Curve Prize” in the Energy Category.  Projects in this category decarbonize energy, support zero-carbon energy innovations, and lead the way in improving the supply, distribution, and access of low or zero-emissions energy systems worldwide.

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The World Has Changed, And Corporate America Has To Keep Up

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Forbes Article by Leeno Karumanchery, of MESH Diversity:

In the nearly 20 years that I’ve been actively teaching anti-racism, diversity and inclusion, the one universal truth I’ve had to accept was that the business world just wasn’t ready for the “hard stuff.” I mean, D&I was considered incendiary enough. So in lieu of the real language of anti-oppression, I had to settle for comfortable, easy euphemisms. Of course, I still taught the material that needed to be taught; I just wouldn’t come in “guns ablaze.” I used language that made it accessible. But hey, that’s the work. It can’t just be about saying what you want or need to say. It’s about providing material in a way that others can hear, understand, process and want to engage.

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Startups, investors see opportunities and challenges as travel industry struggles with COVID, diversity issues

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It’s mixed messages these days from both startups and investors in travel as they navigate the COVID-19 crisis and issues around diversity and inclusion.

During a panel discussion as part of Phocuswright’s Battleground: The Americas online event, startup founders spoke with optimism about the pivots their companies have made to ensure their sustainability through this crisis.

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ENTREVESTOR: Pandemic whacks some startups, benefits others

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About a month into the lockdown, I’ve been trying to assess the mood and experiences of Atlantic Canadian startups, and it’s difficult to sum up in a few sentences.

Some companies have seen revenues vanish and are wondering if they’ll survive. Others have found sudden demand for their products. Cash-rich companies developing medical products are waiting to get into the lab again. And some IT startups are focusing on product development because there’s no point in trying to generate sales now.

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Byos Cautions RSA Conference 2020 Attendees, Travelers and General Public to “Dirty Half-Dozen” Public Wi-Fi Risks

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Byos, Inc., an endpoint security company focused on concept of Endpoint Microsegmentation through Hardware-Enforced Isolation, recommends caution for attendees of major conferences and events such as the RSA Conference 2020, a leading cybersecurity conference in San Francisco, February 24-28, and travelers in general risks of Free Wi-Fi. Many attendees will access the Internet via multiple free Wi-Fi connection points from Hotels, Airports, Coffee Shops and the Conference itself, and every free Wi-Fi access presents security risks for users that Byos calls “The Dirty Half-Dozen.”

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