May 19, 2020

Global Mining Renewable Energy Systems releases report

Renewable Energy
mining
pauline cameron
2 min
Global Mining Renewable Energy Systems releases report

The latest report will allow businesses to gauge its position in the mining sector as well as catalogue the initiatives taken by competitors

The Global Mining Renewable Energy Systems Market  report was released on 14 October. Comprising more than 100 articles of research that look to give market valuations, facts, growth factors and future trends of the renewable energy space until 2025. According to the report the key organisations include, Barrick Gold Corporation, Black & Veatch Holding, Newmont Mining Corporation, Solar Reserve and General Electric, to name but a few.

When factoring in the shifting dynamic of the energy market it is important for companies to know where they stand. The data released can inform on a company’s role as well as keep them up to date on the technological developments of the future, as well as become familiar with where market competitors are positioned and where a drop in the market can be expected.

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The report also includes chapters on historical Mining Renewable Energy Systems market developments and market entropy. Presented together with product specifications, SWOT analysis and peer group analysis, complete with financial metrics so an organisation may see how it compares to companies of a relative size.

Geographic, demographic, behavioural and psychological requirements relating to Mining Renewable Energy Systems are also included. This gives readers the ability to gauge what kind of features a renewable energy programme may need to include to best achieve stability in a given market.

To validate the potential of advertising, it is vital to get a complete picture of marketing effectiveness and how a targeted market reacts to certain stimulus. The report will enable businesses to put forward a concise marketing strategy by recognising reasons for audience inattentiveness and offer the solutions needed to regain customers interest. The report can also offer market segmentation with suitable sales and marketing channels organised by market size, measured by volume and revenue.

All of this allows a market to get a through view of what its next steps could be to better raise their profile in the renewable energy and mining sector.

For more information on the report click here.

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Jun 10, 2021

G7 Summit guide: What it is and what leaders hope to achieve

G7
G7Summit
Sustainability
EU
3 min
Business Chief delves into what the G7 is and represents and what its 2021 summit hopes to achieve

Unless you’ve had your head buried in the sand, you’ll have seen the term ‘G7’ plastered all over the Internet this week. We’re going to give you the skinny on exactly what the G7 is and what its purpose on this planet is ─ and whether it’s a good or a bad collaboration. 

 

Who are the G7?

The Group of Seven, or ‘G7’, may sound like a collective of pirate lords from a certain Disney smash-hit, but in reality, it’s a group of the world’s seven largest “advanced” economies ─ the powerhouses of the world, if you like. 

The merry band comprises:

  • Canada
  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • The United Kingdom
  • The United States

Historically, Russia was a member of the then-called ‘G8’ but found itself excluded after their ever-so-slightly illegal takeover of Crimea back in 2014.

 

Since 1977, the European Union has also been involved in some capacity with the G7 Summit. The Union is not recognised as an official member, but gradually, as with all Europe-linked affairs, the Union has integrated itself into the conversation and is now included in all political discussions on the annual summit agenda. 

 

When was the ‘G’ formed?

Back in 1975, when the world was reeling from its very first oil shock and the subsequent financial fallout that came with it, the heads of state and government from six of the leading industrial countries had a face-to-face meeting at the Chateau de Rambouillet to discuss the global economy, its trajectory, and what they could do to address the economic turmoil that reared its ugly head throughout the 70s. 

 

Why does the G7 exist?

At this very first summit ─ the ‘G6’ summit ─, the leaders adopted a 15-point communiqué, the Declaration of Rambouillet, and agreed to continuously meet once a year moving forward to address the problems of the day, with a rotating Presidency. One year later, Canada was welcomed into the fold, and the ‘G6’ became seven and has remained so ever since ─ Russia’s inclusion and exclusion not counted. 

 

The group, as previously mentioned, was born in the looming shadow of a financial crisis, but its purpose is more significant than just economics. When leaders from the group meet, they discuss and exchange ideas on a broad range of issues, including injustice around the world, geopolitical matters, security, and sustainability. 

 

It’s worth noting that, while the G7 may be made up of mighty nations, the bloc is an informal one. So, although it is considered an important annual event, declarations made during the summit are not legally binding. That said, they are still very influential and worth taking note of because it indicates the ambitions and outlines the initiatives of these particularly prominent leading nations. 

 

Where is the 2021 G7 summit?

This year, the summit will be held in the United Kingdom deep in the southwest of England, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson hosting his contemporaries in the quaint Cornish resort of Carbis Bay near St Ives in Cornwall. 
 

What will be discussed this year? 

After almost two years of remote communication, this will be the first in-person G7 summit since the novel Coronavirus first took hold of the globe, and Britain wants “leaders to seize the opportunity to build back better from coronavirus, uniting to make the future fairer, greener, and more prosperous.”

 

The three-day summit, running from Friday to Sunday, will see the seven leaders discussing a whole host of shared challenges, ranging from the pandemic and vaccine development and distribution to the ongoing global fight against climate change through the implementation of sustainable norms and values. 

 

According to the UK government, the attendees will also be taking a look at “ensuring that people everywhere can benefit from open trade, technological change, and scientific discovery.” 

 

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