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ZSE market commentary | 29 July 2015

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Industrials The Industrial index continued in the downward trend as it lost 0.56 points (0.38%) to close at 145.05 points. LAFARGE (LACZ.zw) declined by $0.0300 to trade at $0.3500, TSL (TSL.zw) eased $0.0200 to $0.1800 and ECONET (ECO.zw) shed $0.0099 to settle at $0.3301.Other losses were in STAR AFRICA (SACL.zw) which dropped $0.0023 to trade at $0.0100 while DELTA (DLTA.zw) and MEIKLES (MEIK.

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Sustainable Brands Relocates Brand Innovation Conference to Beaumont Windsor Estate

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 Sustainable Brands® recently announced details for its pan-European conference to be held at the Beaumont Estate in Windsor, November 16-18. SB’15 London will gather nearly 500 senior-level brand strategists, sustainability executives and business model innovators for co-creative dialogue at an ‘out-of-the-city’ venue with intent to spark new and unexpected ideas. The

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UPS Accelerates Progress Toward Sustainability Goals

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 UPS (NYSE: UPS) today released its 13th annual Sustainability Report, highlighting its growing investment in alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles and commitment to log 20 million hours of volunteer time by the end of 2020. With its "Rolling Laboratory" approach, UPS accelerated its investment in an alternative fuel and advanced technology fleet of more than 5,000 vehicles last

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American Electric Power Releases 2014 Environmental Performance Summary

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AEP’s 2014 Environmental Performance Summary highlights the diversification of AEP’s power generation portfolio along with investments in environmental controls that have resulted in environmental benefits. Since 2005, AEP’s carbon emissions have gone down 15 percent while sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxide (NOx) and mercury emissions also have decreased significantly. Emissio

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UPS Makes Substantial Move To Renewable Fuels

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UPS® (NYSE:UPS) today announced agreements for up to 46 million gallons of renewable fuels over the next three years, constituting a 15-fold increase over prior contracts and making UPS one of the largest users of renewable diesel in the world. The agreements with three leading suppliers of renewable fuels, secure access to an advanced renewable diesel fuel in order to meet the company’

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Empowering women against natural disasters in Bangladesh

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Source: World Food Programme Country: Bangladesh WFP project engages 1,800 ultra-poor individuals under a two-year resilience programme where participants, mostly women, take part in food-and-assets for work-and-training activities aimed at disaster risk reduction.By Maherin Ahmed During the rainy monsoon months, up to 70 percent of Bangladesh gets inundated, making it tough for coastal communit

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At least 26 dead in flash floods in western India

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Source: Agence France-Presse Country: India Flash floods triggered by torrential monsoon rain have killed at least 26 people. The rain and high winds have also cut power and communications across the north of Gujarat state.Ahmedabad, India | Wednesday 7/29/2015 - 07:40 GMT Flash floods triggered by torrential monsoon rain have killed at least 26 people in a west Indian state in the past 48 hours

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Increasing food insecurity trend persists in Anbar and Ninewa

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Source: World Food Programme Country: Iraq IDPs are the most affected by food insecurity. More than one in five reported ‘poor’ or ‘borderline’ consumption in June. Two in five of IDP households reported not having enough food or money to buy food. Highlights Food insecurity escalated in Iraq in the second quarter of 2015. WFP’s mobile Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping (mVAM) trend data collec

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