Despite the country having a substantial amount of potential oil deposits, the government has stated that the country has ceased further exploration in an effort to combat climate change and focus on sustainable development.
The green liner is to join the fleet a full seven years ahead of the Danish company’s original date—as they hope to rapidly shape the future of marine container shipping into one that’s carbon-neutral.
According to the Washington Post, the Danish Parliament voted on December 3 to end offshore gas and oil extraction, which had started in 1972 and made the country the largest producer in the European Union. The Danish government says it is “now putting an end to the fossil fuel era.”
The Lego Group will move away from single-use plastic bags in its kits, the group announced on Tuesday. “From 2021, Forest Stewardship Council-certified recyclable paper bags will be trialed in boxes,” the company said.
The 2,585 square-foot museum invites visitors to explore happiness from a global perspective that includes historical insights on how the concept of happiness has evolved over the ages, and the ways in which varying regional cultures define the term.
TSMC, the world’s largest semiconductor foundry, will offtake the full production from Ørsted’s 920MW Greater Changhua 2b & 4 offshore wind farm, making it the largest-ever contract of its kind within renewable energy.