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Subject Espresso ☕️ - The world's first green palm oil state in Malaysia, English football fans against homophobic chants and investing in a green future
Date January 27, 2022 12:35 PM
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Malaysia's Sabah aims to win big as world's first green palm oil state [[link removed]]

The scheme aims to protect wildlife and forests, tackle land disputes and worker abuses, improve harvests and open the door to premium-paying palm oil buyers

LGBT+ fans tackle homophobic chanting in English football [[link removed]]

The “Chelsea rent boys” football chant could now be prosecuted as a homophobic hate crime in England and Wales

Borneo island's Sabah state spearheads green palm oil revolution [[link removed]]

Across Indonesia and Malaysia, about 4.5 million people earn their living from palm oil production. The business has helped lift millions out of poverty, officials say

China's Xi says country's low carbon push must guarantee energy, food security [[link removed]]

China, the world's biggest source of greenhouse gas emissions, has been under pressure to 'enhance ambition' and take more drastic action to tackle global warming

Opinion OPINION-Investor climate action plans can propel a clean transition [[link removed]]

Here’s how to make net-zero pledges a reality and hold those making them accountable

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