Global Linear Alpha Olefins Market Anticipated to Hit

Global Linear Alpha Olefins Market Anticipated to Hit

New York, USA, July 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — A new report has been added by Research Dive on the global linear alpha olefins market to its offerings. As per the report, the global market is projected to surpass $11,747.8 million and rise with a CAGR of 4.9% in the 2019-2026 timeframe. This all-inclusive report … Read more

Environmental groups press leaders as UN Ocean Conference ends | Climate Crisis News

As a five-day conference comes to an end, several NGOs urge leaders to keep pledges made to save the world’s seas. Environmental groups have urged world leaders to keep promises they made at the UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon this week, to do everything in their power to save the world’s seas. “The ocean, climate … Read more

Gas shortages threaten to spark another power struggle with Europe

Researchers at Aurora Energy expect further re-shaping if Russian gas were cut off, with both Italy and the Netherlands likely to be sending gas to Germany. “Germany would make use of the spare LNG capacity that the Netherlands has,” says Gaetano Garfi, senior commodities analyst at Aurora. But as prices rise amid competition for scarce … Read more

Monkeypox cases triple in Europe, WHO says, Africa concerned

LONDON (AP) — The World Health Organization’s Europe chief warned Friday that monkeypox cases in the region have tripled in the last two weeks and urged countries to do more to ensure the previously rare disease does not become entrenched on the continent. And African health authorities said they are treating the expanding monkeypox outbreak … Read more

Greece gets European assistance in fighting wildfires

ATHENS, Greece — The first of the more than 200 firefighters from six European countries that will help their Greek colleagues in fighting wildfires have arrived in Athens. The 28 Romanian firefighters were welcomed Saturday by Climate Crisis and Civil Protection Minister Christos Stylianides and the leadership of Greece‘s Fire Service. “Romania is happy to … Read more

Wimbledon wild-card entry outside top 100 gets Djokovic next

WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — It is, to be sure, the stuff of movies: An oft-injured guy ranked outside the top 100, making his Grand Slam debut thanks to a wild card, knocks out two seeded players on his way to A fourth-round matchup at Wimbledon against none other than No. 1 Novak Djokovicthe three-time defending … Read more

Could This Prevent Cancer Deaths?

About 129,000 of cancer deaths per year could be prevented across 34 European countries simply by adding vitamin D to common foods, such as milk and margarine, a recent analysis suggests. That would translate to 1.2 million prevented-years-of-life-lost or about 9% of cancer deaths across Europe, according to the research team, led by Tobias Niedermaier, … Read more

Dogs Could Have Joined Humans More Than Once, Ancient Wolf DNA Has Revealed

The beloved pooch snoring on your couch or sticking a snoot under your arm at dinner time came from a much wilder origin. At some point, dogs diverged from gray wolves under the guidance of domestication, to become the diverse fuzzbutts that fill our homes and hearts with such joy today. Exactly when and how … Read more

Penny Taylor Calls for Griner’s Release at Hall of Fame Induction

Penny Taylor used her induction into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame to call for the release of her former WNBA Phoenix Mercury teammate Brittney Griner, noting it’s been 114 days since the seven-time WNBA All-Star was detained. “BG is our family,” Taylor said in asking President Biden’s help freeing Griner. “She’s yours too. The … Read more

COVID-19 at Wimbledon: 3 top-20 men out after positive tests

WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — Reigning Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic famously decided not to get vaccinated against COVID-19 — which prevented him from playing at the Australian Open in January following a legal saga that ended with his deportation from that country, and, as things currently stand, will prevent him from entering the United States to … Read more