Nissan has made a big bet on electric cars. They are not just making a couple thousand units to get favorable PR and meet quotas in places like California. They have invested billions to make hundreds of thousands of EVs.
Kevin Watkins examines the Africa Progress Panel report, released the same week that the World Economic Forum (WEF) was held, which calls for a renewed focus on equity and jobs creation, with education placed at the center of national strategies.
I really hate the term "bike culture" because the issue is not about "culture" at least the way I define culture ("attitudes") so much as it is about the system that supports or doesn't support, cycling as transportation.
The reason that bicycling has such a high mode share (37% of all trips) in Copenhagen isn't because residents are somehow unique or different, although a relatively flat topography certainly helps.
Thousands of Americans log in to online trading accounts every day to manage personal stock portfolios. Now, there’s a new option for individual investors. I recently took advantage of this option by creating an account with Solar Mosaic and investing a small amount of money, along with about 85 other individuals, in a 26-kilowatt rooftop solar system in Oakland.
Right now my $25 investment is really an interest-free loan, since historically companies like Solar Mosaic haven’t been able to offer financial returns on their products. However, thanks to passage of the JOBS Act last month, Solar Mosaic and similar companies will be able to offer returns on investments for “crowdfunded” projects. So in addition to buying pure stock in a publicly traded company, I’ll soon be able to use websites like Solar Mosaic’s to build a portfolio of solar investments that provide a return on investment with every kilowatt-hour of solar energy produced.
In weak real estate markets, disinvestment is a real problem, and you have few tools at your disposal to turn places around, because investments in reconstruction of properties, and extranormal investments in multi-decade disinvested properties, don't necessarily come back in significantly increased property value.
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