The U.S. lacks a national hydrogen energy strategy like Europe's, or like South Korea's plan to have 15 gigawatts of hydrogen-powered fuel cells by 2040 and become the world's largest fuel cell-powered vehicle maker by decade's end.
The world is off track from delivering on the shared commitment to end AIDS by 2030 not because of a lack of knowledge, capability or means to beat AIDS, but because of structural inequalities that obstruct proven solutions in HIV prevention and treatment.
Pledges made so far under the 2015 Paris accord would deliver less than a 1% reduction in global greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 - a fraction of the 45% cut needed to avert catastrophic climate change.
We estimate that, by the end of 2022, cumulative per capita income will be 13% below pre-crisis projections in advanced economies-compared with 18% for low-income countries and 22% for emerging and developing countries excluding China.
From an ESG standpoint, the environmental aspect is covered by a pledge to halve carbon emissions by 2030, while the social side involves a commitment to zero harm for its engineers worldwide (reducing accidents and fatalities is a big focus for mining firms in emerging markets).
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