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  • [New] California's extended drought could cut the share of summer electricity generation from hydropower to only 8%, or 6.8 million MWh, from June through September. Natural Gas Intelligence
  • [New] While the changes in the shares of U.S. adults who invest in each product have not been huge and have fluctuated across the last 10 months, the relatively smooth surface belies a changing investor makeup, which could result in meaningful changes in investment product holdings in the next few months. Morning Consult
  • [New] In Germany, Secretary Walsh and other G-7 Labor Ministers plan to adopt a communique identifying shared priorities to create good jobs, increase skills training for underserved communities, ensure safe workplaces, and prepare and protect workers amidst climate change. U.S. Dept of Labor
  • [New] TikTok recently announced a revenue-sharing program for creators, and YouTube executives have said your platform plans to eventually add a revenue-sharing program for Shorts creators. Digiday
  • [New] Chile will share its example of developing an MRV system for waste and the US will share its new policy maker's handbook for MRV in the biogas sector. Climate & Clean Air Coalition
  • [New] Under Business-as-usual, marine demand for oil increases slightly by 2050, with natural gas increasing its share of the sector fuel mix to just under 15% and non-fossil fuels accounting for just 1%. The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS)
  • [New] In the IEA's NZE scenario, ammonia and hydrogen consumption combined reaches a share in the maritime fuel mix of around 60% in 2050 to become the largest propulsion energy source in maritime, while the share of sustainable biofuels reaches almost 20%. The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS)
  • [New] Moscow has repeatedly warned Finland, which shares a 1,340-kilometer (830-mile) border with Russia, and Sweden of repercussions should they pursue NATO membership. AP News
  • [New] The cost of the net zero transition in SSA will be higher as a share of GDP than in Europe and the United States. Center for Global Development | Ideas to Action
  • [New] Owing to increasing demand in Asia Pacific excluding Japan, Latin America, and Japan, North America will witness a slight dip in revenue share over the forecast period. PharmiWeb.com
  • [New] UK government plans to create new data protection laws will make more work and add costs for business, while also creating the possibility of challenges to data sharing between the EU and UK. The Register
  • [New] Despite reduced soybean supplies available for export from South America for the first half of the 2022-2023 marketing year, an anticipated record harvest and sharply higher exports beginning in early 2023 is expected to leave the United States with a lower share of global trade in 2022-2023. AgriNews
  • [New] Moscow has repeatedly warned Finland, which shares a 830-mile border with Russia, and Sweden of repercussions should they pursue NATO membership. Chicago Tribune
  • [New] The militarily non-aligned Nordic country that shares a long border and history with Russia will decide to apply for NATO membership in the coming days. The Independent
  • [New] Shares in Coinbase, the largest crypto exchange in the US, dropped 15.6% overnight on Tuesday after it posted net losses of $430m (£348m), far worse than analysts were expecting. inews.co.uk
  • [New] The US will share technology used to make Covid-19 vaccines through the World Health Organisation and is trying to expand rapid testing and antiviral treatments for hard-to-reach people. The National
  • [New] U.S. soybean meal exports are forecast at 14.4 million short tons, leaving the U.S. share of global trade near the prior 5-year average. EPA
  • [New] The United States will share technologies used to make COVID-19 vaccines through the World Health Organization and is working to expand rapid testing and antiviral treatments for hard-to-reach populations. The Jerusalem Post
  • [New] There are fears that further expansion of NATO - one of Russian President Vladimir Putin's biggest bugbears - could prompt an aggressive response from Russia, which shares an 830-mile long border with Finland. CNBC

Last updated: 29 May 2022


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