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Wundermittel zur Emmissionsreduktion oder Todesurteil für unsere Wälder?

WNDN.DE: Das Beispiel gilt in gleicher Weise für Biomasse: hierbei handelt es sich um Holzpellets die unter hohem Druck aus Holzresten gepresst werden.

Survey finds majority opposes home-sharing services ban

REMI: A group that monitors regulatory trends is touting the recent survey finding that a majority of Canucks oppose a ban on home-sharing services such as Airbnb.

Millennials lead the way demanding consumer choice

HAMILTON SPECTATOR: It’s clear, the data tells us that a majority of Canadians support consumer choice, young people are leading the way.

The Private Sector Will Fix Our Infrastructure

VALUE WALK: Thankfully, America is chock-full of innovators. It’s what we do and it’s who we are. That’s why we need to turn to our tech and engineering gurus to solve this crisis. They’ve already created Uber, Amazon, Facebook, Airbnb, and more – but what can they do with transportation infrastructure?

The UK is currently thrashing the EU on green issues

THE BACKBENCHER: EU member states recently released their 2015 emissions data, and the projections on whether they were on track to meet their 2020 goals.

Ontarians Back Weed Lounges, Private Retail

AM 800 CKLW: A Nanos Research poll shows most Ontarians want legal weed sold in private retail stores instead of at government operations like the LCBO.

Cannabis survey finds buyers want Private Retail

AM 800 CKLW: Cannabis survey from Consumer Choice Center shows that Ontario buyers prefer private retail to government controlled cannabis sales.

Poll Finds 55% Of Ontarians Want Private Cannabis Shops; 48% Want Lounges

CIVILIZED: Most residents of Ontario want legal cannabis sold in private retail stores instead of government operations, according to a new Nanos Research poll.

62% of Canadians “oppose” or “somewhat oppose” banning ridesharing services: poll

CANADIAN UNDERWRITERS: More than six in 10 Canadians (62%) oppose or somewhat oppose banning ridesharing services such as Uber, according to recent polling conducted by Nanos Research.

11 Million Comments and Counting on Proposed Net Neutrality Changes

A JOURNAL OF MUSICAL THINGS: The debate over net neutrality has brought in over 11 million comments. Consumer Choice Center maintains true internet freedom “can only be acquired through a competitive free market.”

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