May 12, 2021

Green

Green Life Business Group Inc. Reports Quarter One 2021 Results

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After $260 Billion Slide, Alibaba Aims to Show the Worst Is Over

(Bloomberg) — Has the storm passed for Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.?That will be the question for executives and investors as the Chinese e-commerce giant reports earnings on Thursday in the wake of a government crackdown on co-founder Jack Ma’s empire. Profit and revenue for the quarter are sure to be less consequential than any concrete evidence about whether the regulatory issues are resolved.Alibaba has agreed to a record $2.8 billion penalty from Beijing and vowed to change certain practices deemed anti-competitive, including a requirement that merchant sell

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Green Bay small business owner targeted in overpayment scam, shares story to warn others

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – The owner of a Green Bay cleaning company says a $3,900 check received in the mail was the tipping point.

“I received this check, this huge check and it looked legitimate to me,” said Jean Schumacher, owner of JS Janitorial. “I told him that straight out. I normally never accept a payment until after my services.”

Schumacher had been exchanging text messages and e-mails with a potential client.

“There’s a family of three moving into the area that would like cleaning done for them, cleaning service which is what I provide. And it gave an

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Groups hand out first annual Green Business Awards | Business

The Sustainable Environment Advisory Committee, a city organization that works to create a greener St. Joseph, partnered with Missouri Western State University to present the first annual Green Business Awards recently.

The awards were given to three businesses in town that foster sustainability through environment-friendly practices. Diane Waddell, moderator of the Sustainable Environment Advisory Committee, said it is a way to incentivize more renewable practices.

“It’s happening all over, honestly, the world,” Waddell said. “We’ve been a little bit slow on this and that’s the reason we’re so excited.”

Nesting Goods, located Downtown on Felix Street, was named the greenest

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China to require financial institutions to move towards green finance – c.bank gov

Governor of People’s Bank of China (PBOC) Yi Gang attends a news conference on China’s economic development ahead of the 70th anniversary of its founding, in Beijing, China September 24, 2019. REUTERS/Florence Lo

China will require financial institutions to transition towards green finance as early as possible, to help achieve the country’s carbon neutrality goals, central bank governor Yi Gang told the Boao Forum on Tuesday.

China’s President Xi Jinping has promised to bring the country’s climate-warming greenhouse gas emissions to a peak before 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2060, committing the country to an accelerated transition to renewable

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EU chief adviser says credibility of green finance rules at risk

BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) – The head of the group advising the European Union on its green finance rules has urged Brussels to resist political pressure to weaken them, saying the credibility of the regulation is at stake.

FILE PHOTO: European Union flags flutter outside the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, December 24, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman/File Photo

The EU is racing to meet an April 21 deadline to publish the first section of its sustainable finance taxonomy, a list of economic activities that will decide which ones can be labelled as green investments in the EU

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Blue Diamond first business in county to earn ‘green’ certification

Locals who enjoy Blue Diamond products can rest assured that their favorite almonds are one of the most sustainably-processed commodities in the county following the organization’s recent recognition as Green Business Certified. 

Following a comprehensive certification process, the Blue Diamond Growers facility in Salida recently earned the prestigious distinction and is the first business in Stanislaus County to be recognized by the California Green Business Network, Stanislaus County, for demonstrating sustainability as a top business priority.

“Blue Diamond has a long 110-year history as an almond cooperative, and within that history has been a commitment to sustainability across all our

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