The urgency to clean up the environment is growing as major investors, banks and even whole

The urgency to clean up the environment is growing as major investors, banks and even whole countries seek genuine clean fuel ESG and sustainability progress. New demand will provide pull and energy specialist consultancy, Wood Mackenzie, estimates that hydrogen demand pull will be 1,272% in the next five years. Linde/Praxair is the world leader in hydrogen technology and an investment in it should benefit nicely from that rare combination of push-pull pressures. Linde (NYSE:LIN) was big in the world outside the US but not within, so it merged with US gases leader, Praxair, who was big in the US but not so big outside Automatic Tape Dispenser, Automatic Label Dispenser, Harness Taping Machine – Bojin,https://www.ksbojin.com/

After a chilly start to the weekend, temperatures will be much warmer today with the warming

After a chilly start to the weekend, temperatures will be much warmer today with the warming trend continuing into the start of the work week. A cold front Wednesday will bring temperatures back down to temperatures slightly below average for this time of year. Temperatures early Friday morning need to be watched for the potential for temperatures near the freezing mark in some spots. Precipitation wise models are not in agreement on when the best chance for precipitation will fall however all of them mainly agree that high chances for rain are low. This means that some models are hinting at light rain as early as tonight and even Monday night while other models keep the forecast area dry. The long term models are hinting at Friday night into Saturday with the highest chance for rain however due to inconsistencies from the past couple days will hold off on putting a rain chance in for Saturday and will continue to monitor the trends in the coming days. Today decreasing clouds with highs in the upper 50s-low 60s. Those that may be stuck in cloud cover all day especially east of HWY 75 may be stuck in the mid 50s. Winds SE 5-10 mph. Tonight increasing clouds with lows in the low 5...

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You must be a full digital subscriber to read this article. You must be a digital subscriber to view this article. We hope that you continue to enjoy our free content. On March 25, Mr. Brooks of Enterprise wrote a letter to the editor with a clear, concise, and factual defense of the state of Alabama and its people. No state is without fault or public officials who err from time to time. Mr. Brooks’ letter showed that well-researched, common sense, intelligent retort can be put forth without resorting to toilet grammar, name-calling or conspiracy theories. This is still at the moment a free country in which citizens free of legal restraint can move from one region to another. His suggestion that those disgruntled with Alabama and its people move to a state more politically or culturally suited to their belief system is shared in good faith. I can think of three regular writers to this paper that should put that challenge to the test. I’m sure they would be much happier on the Left Coast or in New England. Come to think of it, I’m certain they would. Please keep it clean, turn off CAPS LOCK and don’t threaten anyone. Be truthful, nice and proactive. And share with us ̵...

Safely deploying TLS certificates: 5 common mistakes to avoid

A Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificate is a vital part of a balanced security breakfast, but millions of organizations are still eating Frosted Fruity Squiggles (with Extra Sugar inside!) and calling it a meal…and not even a tasty one at that. [ Email encryption review: HPE/Voltage Secure Email vs. Virtru Pro vs. Inky vs. Zix Gateway vs, Symantec Email Security.cloud | Get the latest from CSO by signing up for our newsletters. ] You’d think configuring and deploying a TLS certificate securely would be an easy thing, but a quick look at Censys or Shodan reveals a gargantuan number of insecure TLS certs, including quite a few from organizations that really ought to know better. TLS certificates protect the confidentiality and integrity of web traffic, email, and a growing number of other services, like DNS. While the X.509 system may be criticized as fundamentally broken, it remains an important and simple mitigation that should not be ignored, even if it is not a magic bullet that suddenly makes everything magically securitifically delicious. Factoring RSA primes as small as 1024 bits is a solved problem, which means an attacker can download your published publi...

3 Trends To Watch In Sustainable Packaging 04/03/2020

Subscribe today to gain access to the every Research Intelligencer article we publish as well as the exclusive daily newsletter, full access to The MediaPost Cases, first-look research and daily insights from Joe Mandese, Editor in Chief. The movement toward eco-friendly packaging that began among progressive consumer packaged goods brands a few years back is now reaching further into the mainstream CPG world. Today, an increasing number of marketers from a wide array of consumer brands have not only embraced sustainable packaging, but are pushing innovation in exciting new directions.  Let’s be clear: the move is not simply an altruistic one, but driven by consumer demand. According to a recent global survey by Accenture, 83% of people believe it’s important or extremely important for companies to design products that are meant to be reused or recycled, and 72% of said they’re currently buying more environmentally friendly products than they were five years ago; another 81% said they expect to buy more eco-friendly products over the next five years. In 2020, it’s not enough to simply slap a label indicating the use of recycled materials to stand out in an increasingly crowded f...

Signs of strain are beginning to appear at veterinary practices — not all of them —

Signs of strain are beginning to appear at veterinary practices — not all of them — as the COVID-19 pandemic takes a firmer hold on society and shelter-in-place orders spread. Today’s Veterinary Business asked industry professionals to talk about what they’re seeing and hearing. Click here to read Chapter 1 from March 16 and here to read Chapter 3 from March 30. The greatest challenge right now is the uncertainty of what’s going to happen next and the rapidity with which things are changing. What may have been a reasonable way to operate a practice three days ago is not today. Literally, as I write this, my county has issued a “shelter in place” order. Many practices continue to be very busy, but others are starting to see a decline in visits. Many employees are scared about their jobs. This includes veterinarians and non-veterinarians — anyone who lives paycheck to paycheck, has a lot of debt, is the primary breadwinner or otherwise has financial challenges. Practice owners aren’t immune to this either. One of the most important things practice owners and managers can do now is understand and acknowledge the fear and do what they can to preserve employment. Revenue, cash and jo...

Sodium Metabisulfite Market to register an appreciable growth rate through 2025

Global Sodium Metabisulfite Market Research, In this report, analysts have provided a detailed evaluation of the global market. The report is inclusive of a completely comprehensive study of the Sodium Metabisulfite industry alongside all the important factors that are likely to have an impact on the commercialization matrix of the market. A highly methodical quantitative as well as qualitative analysis of the global Sodium Metabisulfite Market has been covered in the report. The study evaluates the numerous aspect of this industry by studying its historical and forecast data. Also provided in the research report are a Porter’s five force model, in tandem with the SWOT analysis and PESTEL analysis of the market. The report covers various areas such as Sodium Metabisulfite Market size, segmental analysis, regional growth opportunities, drivers and constraints, major vendors in the market, as well as the competitive landscape. Request for a sample copy of this report @    https://www.decresearch.com/request-sample/detail/3127 The main aim of this report is to present various updates and data pertaining to the Sodium Metabisulfite Market and also to list out the growth opportuniti...

Gear-obsessed editors choose every product we review. We may earn money if you buy from a

Gear-obsessed editors choose every product we review. We may earn money if you buy from a link. How we test gear. When self-charging smartphone cases first arrived, they were a godsend. Most functioned like a portable battery pack that you charged before using, while others had their own solar panels that could harvest and convert light energy into a direct current. Version 2.0 looks like it could take things a step further by using up what’s already abundantly available. Think: smartphone cases that can soak up the leftover energy WiFi routers routinely produce. Because WiFi-emitting devices, like routers, produce what are known as tetrahertz waves, or T-rays, it’s theoretically possible to harness those electromagnetic waves to create energy to power up your iPhone. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have actually found a way to change the behavior of graphene to induce a direct current of energy—perfect for a passive charger that only needs to be near a router. Their work appears in the March 27 issue of the journal Science Advances. “We are surrounded by electromagnetic waves in the terahertz range,” lead author Hiroki Isobe, a ...