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The preference for natural gas is related to the source of funding for university energy centers

Global Assessment: Urgent Action Needed to Reduce Methane Emissions This Decade (United Nations, May 2021); https://www.unep.org/news-and-stories/press-release/global-assessment-urgent-steps-must-be-taken-reduce-methaneGlobal Methane Assessment: Benefits and Costs of Mitigating Methane Emissions (United Nations Environment Program and Climate and Clean Air Coalition, 2021); https://wedocs.unep.org/bitstream/handle/20.500.11822/35917/GMA_ES.pdfJackson, RB et al.…

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On the occasion of International Youth Day, the Ministry of Youth and Sports and UNICEF officially launch the “Learning Passport” digital platform to benefit 100,000 young people in Iraq [EN/AR] – Iraq

Attachments The platform builds on ongoing work developed by the Prospects Partnership, funded by the Netherlands, and implemented by UNICEF and the ILO, to help refugees and IDPs build new lives. and better integrate by supporting host communities. Mosul, August…

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Global Neural Control Market Outlook 2022 and COVID-19 Impact Forecast 2028 – MIT, Hebrew University, Haier, Neurotechnology – Designer Women

MarketsandResearch.biz recent work, entitled Global Neural Control Market from 2022 to 2028, provides an in-depth analysis of the market, including product descriptions, fragmentation supported by various objectives, and the current vendor landscape. The study assesses the possibilities and current state…

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Microbial and Bacterial Cellulose Consumption Market Trend and Forecast 2022-2029 | Key players – Celluforce, US Forest Service, University of Maine, American Process, Innventia AB – ManufactureLink

Global Consumption of microbial and bacterial cellulose Market Report 2022-2028, has been prepared to support in-depth associate degree marketing research with inputs from business consultants. The global Microbial and Bacterial Cellulose Consumption market study sheds light on vital growth dynamics…

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