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learn-more-about-our-carbon-footprint-2019

O U R I N T E R N A L P R A C T I C E S Addressing our environmental footprint We are committed to minimizing our own environmental footprint while supporting others who work to improve environmental sustainability. Our approach has four components: 1 2 3 4 We minimize our footprint, focusing on greenhouse gas emissions that account for most of that footprint. We offset all emissions we have yet to eliminate, making our firm carbon neutral. We work with our suppliers to foster sustainable practi McKinsey , company social responsibility report , ghg emissions , social responsibility report , company social responsibility , emissions , ghg emissions scope , scope , ghg , ghg emissions total ghg , direct ghg emissions scope , social responsibility , responsibility report , indirect ghg emissions , comp 31-Jan-2021 auto-generated
nsps-overview-fs

EPA s Air Rules for the Oil & Gas Industry EPA s Actions to Reduce Methane Emissions from the Oil and Natural Gas Industry: Final Rules and Draft Information Collection Request Overview On May 12, 2016, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) took another set of steps under the President s Climate Action Plan: Strategy to Reduce Methane Emissions and the Clean Air Act to cut methane emissions from the large and complex oil and natural gas industry and keep the Administration on track to a IHS Markit , sources in the oil , methane from the oil , nsps for the oil , emissions come from oil , rules for the oil , epa s new natural , source of both methane , gas along with oil , emissions and the clean , clean air act , information collection request overview , final rule , methane emissions , gas , 31-Jan-2021 auto-generated
WEF_Skills_Taxonomy_2021

Building a Common Language for Skills at Work A Global Taxonomy January 2021 2 Preface The combination of the ongoing COVID-19-related global recession and increased automation in the future of work has led to a large-scale disruption of the jobs and skills landscape. While previous generations of talent could expect linear career progression and engagement in formal learning that decreases over time, the workforce of the future will be required to rapidly learn and relearn new skills as reskill WEF , framework for a global , development of new models , data and ai job , jobs for all report , forum s new economy , skills within the data , skills at various levels , skills as the skills , languages around the world , global taxonomya common language , source world economic forum , common languag 1-Feb-2021 auto-generated