Rishi Sunak’s budget is “directly” moving the UK away from its climate targets, experts in environmental policy have warned. While the chancellor emphasised a raft of new green financial policies in his Wednesday address, he has been warned that the impact of schemes such as the “super-reduction”, which encourages business to invest in return for a big tax bill cut, and the fuel duty freeze is steering the nation even further from its much-vaunted environmental goals. Doug Parr, policy director at Greenpeace, told HuffPost UK: “This budget has not contributed to the emissions reductions processes we need to be undertaking. “Directly, as a consequence of this budget, we are further away from meeting our climate targets than closer.” Green campaigners have attacked the budget, accusing it of failing to tackle the immediacy of the climate crisis. They say it is in contrast to Boris Johnson recently amping up up rhetoric around Britain’s “green recovery” and the UK’s imminent leading role in the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow.Both Parr and Mike Childs, head of policy at Friends of the Earth, pointed to the green homes grant. Some 95% of the scheme (or more than £1bn) was quietly slashed in February and not referenced at all in the budget or the accompanying document.Parr said: “They basically covered it up. It wasn’t in the speech or the document, that the green homes grant was cut. So the money that was in that pot has been eliminated.“That’s over £1bn. It’s wrong to say there’s no mechanism for delivering on energy efficiency in the home sector, because there are schemes. But this was the biggest and the most likely to inspire owner-occupiers to do the things they need to do.“As the Climate Change Committee said, without better efficiency in the home sector – because our housing stock is some of the worst in western Europe – there’s no route to net zero. There’s a big hole now in any kind of strategy or game plan for net zero.”His comments come as a group of MPs sitting on the influential Public Accounts Committee warn the government has “no plan” for cutting emissions to net zero. A report from the committee said there was no co-ordinated plan, with clear milestones, to achieve the legally binding goal to cut emissions by 100% by 2050.A separate report from MPs on the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy committee urged the government to spell out how it would measure success at the COP26 summit. While this was one of the most obvious holes in Sunak’s budget speech, experts are concerned about a raft of other gaps and potential contradictions that could leave the UK trailing ever further behind its own climate aspirations. Among them are freeports, a key component of the chancellor’s budget speech. While Sunak was careful to emphasise that these would lead to the creation of “green jobs”, the controversial economic zones have been linked in the past to devastating environmental impacts. In July, the Wildlife and Countryside Link group, the largest environment and wildlife coalition in England, responded to a government consultation about freeports, warning: “Evidence from freeports in other countries demonstrates that lax application processes and regulation, poor enforcement and opaque customs processes have led to serious environmental degradation.” Childs said he wanted to see the detail of the plans, but added: “Freeports have often been a byword for lowering environmental protections and scrapping, particularly, habitat and wildlife protections.”Parr, meanwhile, raised glaring concerns about the fact that one of the freeports has been announced at East Midlands Airport, despite the environmental harm caused by flying. He said: “Having an airport as a freeport just embeds aviation as part of the framework where you don’t actually need to. “That has to be a high-carbon development, there is currently no alternative.” The freeze on fuel duty, although perhaps politically sensible during the severe economic downturn caused by Covid-19, is another example of green policies being pushed back, say experts. So too the super-deduction, which – although an encouraging stimulus for the economy – could lead to businesses investing in dirty energy rather than environmentally-friendly machinery.Parr said: “With no constraints on those [super-deductions] you can invest in fossil fuel burning infrastructure and say ‘yeah, I want a tax break on that’.” With COP26 fast approaching, Boris Johnson has been keen to push the UK as a “world leader” in climate action, even as ministers in his own cabinet make decisions that undermine green efforts, such as communities secretary, Robert Jenrick’s decision not to challenge the construction of a brand new coal mine in Cumbria.“We know this has got to be the year of action,” Childs said. “Because we’re hosting the climate talks, because the climate science is so very, very strong, because of the wildfires and droughts and floods around the world. “I’ve been engaged in environmental campaigning for 30 years and there have been many budgets where I’ve expected to be disappointed. We’ve now got a government, or at least a prime minister, that’s talking big on climate change, and that’s a good thing... but what’s obvious is the yawning gap between what Boris is doing and what Rishi Sunak is doing.“The gap between what needs to be done to get us on track to meet those 2030 targets has not narrowed at all, or to any significance. We are still way off track.”The PM has vowed to cut emissions by 68% by 2030 based on 1990 levels – now just nine years away. In that time, Childs explains, entire industries need to be built up to support a green policies, investments that can take years, even decades, to come to fruition.
There’s future here, if we take the green economy seriously, and there’s no future if we don’t.
Government spending on tackling climate change, deeply embedded in private investment, is difficult to quantify simply, and comparisons with other countries’ spending can be misleading. But, as Parr explains, looking at stimulus spending alone can give an idea of how the UK government measures up in terms of its investment in a greener future. Germany is putting around 40 billion euros (£53.4bn) into a green stimulus scheme, while France’s spending is around 30 billion euros (£25.9bn). An “optimistic’ view of the UK’s spending, Parr says, would put the government’s investment at around £12bn.With the UK leading negotiations at COP26, policy experts say, the pressure is on to set a shining example of what other nations could be doing to tackle climate change. But right now, experts say, the government – and Sunak’s budget – is far from where it could, and should, be. “I watched Sunak get up and speak, and on some level it’s heartbreaking,” said Childs. “You know what’s going on in the world, you know the opportunities, you know the case for our economic future is also clearly a green future, but at best he gave the environment lip service. “That just tells you how embedded the short-termist economists are within the Treasury, and they just don’t look up from their spreadsheets and their ancient textbooks to see how the world has changed. “There’s a future here, if we take the green economy seriously, and there’s no future if we don’t.” A spokesperson for the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy said: “The UK is leading the world in tackling climate change, cutting emissions by almost 44 per cent since 1990 and doing so faster than any other developed nation in recent years.“In the budget we built on the prime minister’s Ten Point Plan for a green industrial revolution by encouraging private investment and using the tax system to promote green growth. “This includes investment in offshore wind port infrastructure, a plan to make the City a leader in carbon offset markets trading, and the first ever UK Infrastructure Bank to invest in public and private projects to drive green growth and create green jobs.”Related...Rishi Sunak's Budget Explained In Two Minutes1% NHS Staff Pay Rise Is ‘Most We Think We Can Afford’ Nadine Dorries SaysThe Budget Is Barely Cold, But Has Rishi Sunak’s Mask Slipped Already?5 Bits Of Budget News Rishi Sunak Tried To Bury
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Downing Street has spent more than £2.6 million on refurbishments to hold White House-style press briefings, it has emerged.The cost of the renovations for the televised question and answer sessions with journalists was revealed as Boris Johnson faces pressure over the funding of a separate revamp to his official residence.Labour questioned the PM’s priorities for shelling out millions on “vanity projects” while “picking the pockets” of NHS workers, amid growing anger at the government’s proposed pay rise for health staff of just 1%.An extensive overhaul in No. 9 Downing Street began last year as the government announced the plans to hold the televised briefings, with their launch long delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.In response to a freedom of information (FoI) request submitted by the PA news agency, the Cabinet Office on Friday issued a breakdown of the costs totalling £2,607,767.67, largely excluding VAT.The department said funds have been spent to allow daily broadcasting by news organisations within the Grade I-listed building.“This will necessarily require one-off capital works, including audio-visual equipment, internet infrastructure, electrical works and lighting,” the response said.“This spending is in the public interest as the new broadcasting of lobby briefings will increase public accountability and transparency about the work of this government now and in the future.“Such spending on maintenance and technical facilities reflects that 9 Downing Street (the Privy Council Office) is a Grade I-listed building.”Opposition MPs seized on the figure to criticise the government’s recommendation of a 1% pay rise for NHS workers despite the unprecedented pressure they suffered during the coronavirus pandemic.As nurses considered taking industrial action, Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner said: “It would take around 100 years for a newly qualified nurse to get paid this kind of money.“It sums up Boris Johnson’s warped priorities that he can find millions for vanity projects, while picking the pockets of NHS workers.”Lib Dem deputy leader Daisy Cooper added: “This is nothing more than an expensive vanity project and is just more evidence that this government’s priority is spin, not substance.“The prime minister himself said that he ‘owed his life’ to Covid doctors and nurses but now he’s happy to see frontline nurses take a real-terms pay cut, whilst he gets a flashy new TV studio – the Prime Minister should hang his head in shame.”The disclosure came as the PM faced pressure over the refurbishment of his official flat above No. 11 overseen by his fiancee, Carrie Symonds.With costs reported to be spiralling, Downing Street refused to deny that Johnson was considering setting up a charity to pay for the works to the flat.The move raised concerns of possible conflicts of interest, offering a potential back door to providing a financial benefit to the PM.The televised briefings were said to be the brainchild of Johnson’s former adviser Lee Cain, but he reportedly disagreed with the PM’s choice of former journalist Allegra Stratton as press secretary to lead the briefings as a government spokesperson.Cain later left Downing Street, along with former Vote Leave colleague Dominic Cummings, as a behind-the-scenes power struggle within No 10 spilled out into the open.An advert said the salary for the press secretary role would be based on experience, but reports suggested the taxpayer-funded post would pay around £100,000 a year.The FoI response, which was delayed by several weeks as officials decided whether the disclosure was in the public interest, included £1,848,695.12 for the “main works”.Other costs included £198,023.75 on “long lead items”, and £33,394.63 on broadband equipment.In January No. 10 said the daily broadcasts were being delayed as ministers planned to hold regular press conferences during the lockdown.Lobby correspondents, the political reporters based in parliament, currently have daily briefings with the PM’s official spokesman, or his deputy – both civil servants.But under proposals set out in July, an afternoon session will be filmed at 9 Downing Street, led by Stratton.As a politically appointed special adviser, rather than an impartial civil servant, she will be able to take aim at opponents as well as defend the government’s actions.Related...7 Things The Government Spent Money On Instead Of A Pay Rise For NHS Staff1% NHS Staff Pay Rise Is ‘Most We Think We Can Afford’ Nadine Dorries SaysRishi Sunak’s Levelling Up Cash ‘Favours Affluent Over Deprived’, Labour Mayor Says
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You’re reading The Waugh Zone, our daily politics briefing. Sign up now to get it by email in the evening.When I wrote back in January that Labour anticipated a “vaccine bounce” would benefit Boris Johnson, some dismissed it as a crude bit of expectation management ahead of May’s local elections. Well, it turns out that bounce is more real than imagined, and getting stronger. Even if YouGov’s 13 point polling lead for the Tories is an outlier, the direction of travel is clear.Keir Starmer addressed the poll directly today, saying: “Of course we’ve got a lot of work to do – I accept that – but I think in the middle of a pandemic, particularly with the vaccine rollout, people do want the government to succeed.” He’s right, of course. For most people politics is often low on their list of priorities, and even less so in a pandemic. They just want things to get back to normal, or as normal as is possible.Indeed the dramatic fall in Covid deaths and hospitalisations has been matched by an equally dramatic rise in the number of people who think things will get better by the summer. A new ONS survey today found that around a third (32%) of adults felt “life will return to normal” in six months or less compared, with 22% last week. That’s a pretty big jump.It’s worth saying that Starmer’s problem is shared by other opposition leaders across the world. A study last year by the LSE found that incumbent governments across the globe had benefited from imposing lockdowns, with trust in government and their leaders rising. Add in an incredibly successful vaccine rollout and Labour was always going to struggle this spring.But the idea that people have decided to “cling to nurse, for fear of something worse” has taken a bitterly ironic twist in the UK, thanks to that heavily-criticised decision to offer NHS nurses a mere 1% pay rise. As I wrote last night, the political ineptitude of failing to reward the very people who have been delivering the vaccine – and who spent exhausting, PTSD-inducing hours in ICU this winter – is quite shocking.No.10 stuck firmly to the line that the 1% was “what is affordable”, and points to current inflation of 0.6% (while ignoring that the OBR forecasts inflation to go above 1% this year). Health minister Nadine Dorries actually dared to venture this morning that she was “pleasantly surprised” that any increase had been proposed at all, given the wider public sector pay freeze.In his No.10 press conference, Matt Hancock stuck to the line, saying “we do have issues of affordability”.Dorries said “this is what the chancellor thinks we can afford”, so it’s really a Treasury decision. With a 2% pay rise for nurses costing roughly £200m a year on some estimates, many will feel that’s a small price compared to other spending.It’s possible that the independent pay review body will come up with a higher figure (not least given the threat of losing older nurses and midwives) but ministers will then look like they were forced into it. Don’t forget that Johnson’s central 2019 manifesto pledge of “50,000 more nurses” was a sleight of hand that relied on 18,500 current older nurses not leaving the health service. How many will now?One simple solution could be for the Treasury to dip into the £55bn “Covid reserve” it has sensibly set aside for the coming year. Roughly £36bn of this reserve has been earmarked for Test and Trace (which gets another £15bn) and other contingencies, but that means Sunak has given himself £14bn wriggle room.As with the Iraq and Afghanistan war ‘reserves’ in the 2000s, the Covid reserve is an invaluable way of providing a spare pot of cash. Given the medical trench warfare fought by nurses against the virus, why not use it to fund a decent pay reward? Yet in his press conference Hancock didn’t even attempt to give himself wriggle room. I may be wrong but, as with Marcus Rashford’s free school meals campaign, it feels like the government could needlessly burn up political capital before agreeing the inevitable U-turn.It remains to be seen just how much if at all this NHS pay row eats into that healthy poll lead. But it could break the link between the government and the vaccine rollout, forcing the public to believe instead that it is NHS staff who deserve the credit for its success, not ministers. Many Tory MPs are also acutely aware that the “vaccine bounce” could be replaced by a “jobless dip” in the polls as unemployment grows later this year after furlough is withdrawn.Which brings us back to Labour. It has the problem that the next general election (in 2023 or 2024) may or may not be fought directly on the government’s covid response. But shadow Treasury Pat McFadden was surely right when he told us on our podcast this week: “Anybody turning up to the next election with a pre-Covid manifesto would be like turning up to D-day on a horse.”The fallout from the pandemic of how the state works and how the economy recovers is both an opportunity and a challenge for the Opposition. From catch-up schooling and online learning to working from home and the fate of city centres, from long-term public health and social care resilience to post-Covid growth rates (projected to be sluggish from 2023), it’s all up for grabs. McFadden points out that “levelling up” could ring hollow if shiny new rail stations or bridges are not matched by people thinking their family’s life chances have got better, if their wages remain stagnant or their kids are part of a youth unemployment epidemic.The next election will be won by a party that has a sufficiently forward-looking vision, a credible plan to carry it out and a leader who is seen as competent enough to deliver it. That could be Boris Johnson, it could be Rishi Sunak, it could yet be Keir Starmer. 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Mar 05, 2021: Market Tidbits:The global Smart Water Management Market was appreciated at US$ 5.87 billion during 2013 and is expected to grow substantially in the years to come.On the other hand, the regions that have ample of water have started taking a cue from this water shortage and taking imperative steps for securing their future.Download sample Copy of This Report at: https://www.millioninsights.com/industry-reports/smart-water-management-market/request-sampleRoot Cause bird eye-view:The UN has also started promoting water conservation all over; which, in turn, is likely to positively impact the smart water management (SWM) market.It is segmented based on advanced water meter, solution, service, and geography.By solution, it goes like enterprise asset management for water and wastewater utilities, network monitoring, advanced pressure management, advance analytics, supervisory control and data acquisition, meter data management, smart irrigation management systems, and residential water efficiency.By service, the smart water management industry spans information management, hydrant management, pipeline condition assessment, and value management.By geography, the market constitutes North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and LAMEA.Asia Pacific is expected to be the torchbearer due to rapid industrialization coupled with realization regarding water management.
The groundbreaking drama Pose is to come to an end after its third series, it has been announced.Set in the New York ballroom scene in the late 1980s and early 90s, Pose made history by assembling the largest number of trans actors ever cast on a scripted series.It also features a number of prominent transgender creatives behind the scenes, including writer and director Janet Mock and Our Lady J.On Friday afternoon, it was announced that the upcoming third series – which will begin airing in the US in May – will be the last. Executive producer Steven Canals said in a statement: “Write the TV show you want to watch. That’s what I was told in 2014 when completing my MFA in screenwriting. At the time we weren’t seeing very many Black and Latino characters – that happened to also be LGBTQ+ – populating screens.“And so I wrote the first draft of a pilot the ‘younger me’ deserved. Pose was conceived as a love letter to the underground NY ballroom community, to my beloved New York, to my queer and trans family, to myself.“I, along with my incredible collaborators, never intended on changing the TV landscape. I simply wanted to tell an honest story about family, resilience and love. How fortunate am I to have done that for three seasons.“I’m filled with gratitude to our intrepid writers, cast, crew and producers who worked tirelessly to make Pose come to life, humbled by our loyal audience, thankful to the ballroom community who trusted us to tell their story, overwhelmed by the critics who warmly embraced us and forever indebted to Ryan Murphy, FX and 20th Television for changing my life.”“we got to tell the exact story we wanted, as we wanted to tell it, and I’m incredibly honored and grateful.“—@MrRPMurphy. #posefx returns for its final season may 2, only on fx. pic.twitter.com/S5uV3fXcRY— FX Networks (@FXNetworks) March 5, 2021Hey Pose fam! We made the decision to end @PoseOnFX after 3 seasons because we reached the intended ending of our story. This experience has been life changing. THANK YOU is too small a word. And yet, it’s what is in my heart. Hope to see you in May 2nd when we debut. #PoseFXpic.twitter.com/P9fMZfrS06— Steven Canals (@StevenCanals) March 5, 2021Details about the third series are yet to be confirmed, but actor Jeremy Pope – last seen in Ryan Murphy’s Netflix show Hollywood – is thought to be joining the cast as a new love interest for the Evangelista house mother Blanca.Since its debut, Pose has been nominated for three Golden Globes and multiple Emmys, including an Emmy win for Billy Porter, who portrays ballroom emcee Praytell.His win was noteworthy as he became the first openly gay, Black winner in the Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama category.READ MORE:Emmys Criticised For Failing To Nominate Pose's Black And Latinx Trans And Non-Binary StarsPose Star Mj Rodriguez Reveals How The Show Gave Her 'The Children She Always Wanted'Billy Porter Shares The Pride Anthems That Were An 'Antidote To The Terror' Of The AIDS Crisis
Antibiotic Resistance Market Analysis The antibiotic resistance market is likely touch USD 13,146 million at a 5.8% CAGR between 2019- 2025, as per the new Market Research Future’s antibiotic resistance statistics.Others have again been segmented into vancomycin, sulfonamide, and others.Of these, combination therapies will lead the market over the forecast period for the rising use of such therapies for gram-negative infections, which have limited treatment.By disease, the antibiotic resistance market is segmented into community-acquired bacterial pneumonia, hospital-acquired bacterial pneumonia/ventilator, acute bacterial skim & skin structure infections, clostridium difficile infections, complicated intra-abdominal infections, bloodstream infections, and complicated urinary tract infection.By pathogen, the antibiotic resistance market is segmented into campylobacter, pneumonia, clostridium difficile, pseudomonas aeruginosa, hemophilus influenza, enterococcus, acinetobacter, streptococcus pneumonia, staphylococcus aureus, and others.Antibiotic Resistance Market Regional Analysis By region, the global antibiotic resistance market report covers the growth opportunities and recent trends across Europe, the Americas, the Asia Pacific (APAC), and the Middle East and Africa (MEA).
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The global precision agriculture market is anticipated to reach over USD 13,016 million by 2026, According to a new study published by Polaris Market Research.North America is expected to be the leading contributor to the global market revenue during the forecast period.There has been an increasing adoption of precision farming across the world owing to growing agricultural industry, and high-demand for food crops.The global precision farming market is driven by the increasing need to improve the quality of crops produced, maximizing crop production, and enhanced crop monitoring.Technological advancement along with government subsidies further boosts the market growth.However, high initial investment and lack of awareness limit the precision farming market growth.Get Sample copy of this report: https://www.polarismarketresearch.com/industry-analysis/precision-farming-market/request-for-sampleNorth America generated the highest revenue in the precision agriculture market in 2017, and is expected to lead the global market throughout the forecast period.This is due to high cost of labor, and presence of large farmlands in the North American region.
A staff nurse who held a phone to the ear of a dying patient on a Covid ward so he could say goodbye to his family has blasted the government for its “pitiful” 1% pay increase.Alex Oldham told HuffPost UK that the NHS has had the “year from hell” and that he backed proposals for strike action in response to the gesture.Oldham, who works in Bristol, said: “We’ve been working through a year-long pandemic where at times we’ve had nurses wearing binbags for PPE, there’s been 850 NHS workers who have died of Covid.“Yes, we’ve had nice things like Clap for Carers on Thursdays, and when ministers have given praise and kind words, but we now know those words are hollow and not worth anything.”The main nurses’ union is to set up a £35m industrial action fund in response to the government’s recommendation.The council of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) made the decision amid growing anger over the pay of health staff who have been under unprecedented pressure during the coronavirus crisis.Dozens of healthcare workers have also been tweeting their disgust at the proposal.PPE Selfies were so last wave. But I’m more tired, more worn out and even more deflated after today’s news of a measly 1% pay rise for NHS Staff. I hope @theRCN make it clear in their statement, that we will no longer accept this rubbish treatment pic.twitter.com/ELBgCHbN34— Sam W (@SamAWillc) March 4, 2021I'm a senior (band 6) Nurse.A 1% pay rise only puts an extra £6 in my pocket each week, which doesn't even cover how much I get charged for parking at work.— Callum Bell (@Callum_Bell8) March 4, 2021Unite, which represents tens of thousands of NHS workers, is also warning of industrial action. Some of the hardships endured by NHS workers have seen using foodbanks, moving out of family homes to live closer to the hospitals and cover staff sick leave and living in complete isolation in order to protect their families.A survey of RCN members last year revealed that more than one in three were thinking of leaving the profession, with many citing pay as the main reason.Oldham said: “Strike action, in whatever form that may be might have to be the only option, obviously with patient safety carefully considered.”When asked if he was tempted to leave, Oldham replied: “It does make me consider. There are other avenues to earning more money – like being an agency nurse, but that just doesn’t sing with my values. I like the ethos of the NHS, I like how it all works and the goodwill of it. But we can’t keep running on empty.”Callum Bell, who returned to nursing during the pandemic after a stint as a community organiser with the Labour Party, says the pay rise makes clap for carers “feel like a ruse”.Bell, who works on a mental health ward in the north east, told HuffPost UK: “Clap for carers was beautiful. It was so nice to finally see an acknowledgement for the work we do and the risks we take on a day-to-day basis. But that now feels like it was just a ruse to keep public support on board. The actual value they put on us - 1% - feels like an utter slap in the face. “I’m bloody proud to be a nurse, I worked hard and I want other people to come into nursing, but frankly, why would you for this money?”Bell, who is in band 6, will see his wage increase by £6 a week under the proposal. He said: “What can you get for £6 these days?”Downing Street has defended the figure, saying it was what was “affordable” and Health Minister Nadine Dorries has said she was “pleasantly surprised” at the proposal.Oldham said he was reminded of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s vow to lead a government of substance, not gestures, adding: “Here we are, really not seeing any substance. Even as a gesture it’s pretty pitiful.“The government also have a pledge for wanting to put an extra 50,000 nurses on the wards by the end of their term in government, but how are they going to achieve that when they are offering, in terms of retention and appealing to people, a £3.50 a week pay rise?“That’s an extra cup of coffee. That’s what that equates to, that’s the reality. And we also have to think about the human cost of the nurses on the frontline. I’ve held a phone to the ear of a dying patient, to their relatives who are crying on the phone because they can’t come in and see them.“This pandemic will ripple for years to come because of the PTSD that nurses and many other NHS workers will suffer. It’s a real insult, I’m absolutely fuming. “This request for a pay rise is not driven by greed. This is driven by the fact we are exhausted. We are on our knees and we are fed up of being treated like this. We want a substantial pay rise to put food on the table, pay the mortgage and pay for childcare.”Related...1% NHS Staff Pay Rise Is ‘Most We Think We Can Afford’ Nadine Dorries Says'I've Never Seen Such Sadness': Doctors' Burden Of Watching Daily Tragedies, Then Going Home To Lockdown