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Investors’ next high-yield bets should be on ocean sustainability, researchers say

Investors’ next high-yield bets should be on ocean sustainability, researchers say

Finance
Workers use a crane to land a dip net laden with barramundi from a pen onto the harvest boat at the Kuhlbarra fish farm, operated by Barramundi Asia Pte, off the coast of Singapore, on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. The Singapore Food Agency, set up last year to oversee food safety and security, aims to increase local production to 30% by 2030, from less than 10%.Lauren Ishak | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesAs the world grapples with climate change and an economic downturn, new research from the World Resources Institute suggests that sustainable ocean-based investments will yield benefits at least five times greater than the costs. Over the next 30 years, investing $ 2 trillion to $ 3.7 trillion globally across several sustainable ocean-based policy interventions would generate a net benefit of $ ...
Lacazette recalled, Ozil and Guendouzi still out – How Arsenal and Leicester should line-up for clash at Emirates

Lacazette recalled, Ozil and Guendouzi still out – How Arsenal and Leicester should line-up for clash at Emirates

Sports
Arsenal and Leicester face each other at the Emirates on Tuesday night with both sides in search of vital Premier League points. The Gunners are playing catch up in their bid to secure Champions League football and are six points behind Manchester United in fifth, which looks likely to be get the final place due to Man City’s impending Europe ban. Getty Images - Getty Ozil has not played a minute for the Gunners since the restart Leicester are trying to keep the chasing pack at arms length and three points would put the pressure on others. Mesut Ozil has back soreness, according to Arsenal’s latest injury report, and will be assessed ahead of the Leicester game. He is yet to feature for the Gunners since the restart so is unlikely to feature, certain
Declan Rice set for audition in front of Frank Lampard – How West Ham and Chelsea should line-up in the Premier League

Declan Rice set for audition in front of Frank Lampard – How West Ham and Chelsea should line-up in the Premier League

Sports
West Ham face another London derby a week on from their 2-0 lost to Tottenham and this time they face Chelsea – live and exclusive on talkSPORT.If the Hammers’ situation wasn’t bad enough, they now face a Blues side who are unbeaten in six matches, winning their last five in a row. AFP or licensors David Moyes’ men are out of the bottom three on goal difference Oh, and to make matters worse, they’re managed by former midfielder Frank Lampard who seemingly wants to sign the east Londoners’ best player – Declan Rice. It could be a rough night for West Ham boss David Moyes, who insists he still has big plans at the London Stadium. “West Ham has a fantastic history but what we want is new history and I want the chance to build new history, make new history, cr
Anthony Crolla says there should be prison sentence for ‘walking pharmacy’ Jarrell Miller after new positive drugs test

Anthony Crolla says there should be prison sentence for ‘walking pharmacy’ Jarrell Miller after new positive drugs test

Sports
Anthony Crolla has told talkSPORT that he believes prison sentences should be handed out to boxing’s drug cheats like Jarrell Miller. The unbeaten heavyweight was previously due to face Anthony Joshua last June, but failed multiple drugs tests and so his place was taken by Andy Ruiz. Getty Miller previously tested positive for GW1516, HGH and EPO, but claimed he has never knowingly taken a banned substance On Saturday evening it emerged he has tested positive for one of the same substances again while preparing for his comeback. Former WBA lightweight champion Crolla reacted on the Sports Bar Weekender and said: “It’s laughable, and it’s not laughable. “Because performance-enhancing drugs in a sport like boxing are dangerous. “I believe they should c
Nothing should threaten safety, dignity of bank employees: FM on banker assault

Nothing should threaten safety, dignity of bank employees: FM on banker assault

Finance
NEW DELHI: A day after an assault on a female staff within bank premises in Surat, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Wednesday said nothing should threaten the safety and dignity of bank employees and that she will closely follow the matter. Taking to twitter, Sitharaman said her office has spoken to Commissioner of Police, Surat City, R B Brahmbhatt, who has assured her that the accused constable shall be suspended immediately. A short video went viral on Twitter on Tuesday which showed a person manhandling a female banker, following which #ShameSuratPolice started trending on the social media platform. “Will be closely following this matter. Wish to assure that the safety of all members of staff in banks is of importance for us. Amid challenges, banks are extending all services to o