Filmmakers Alliance: Sustainable Production for the Planet

Telephoto has a role in productions of all kinds, short and long, and has seen a significant increase in use by film production companies in particular. However, Anthony sees that there is still a way to go when it comes to convincing agencies and brands of the financial and environmental value of remote production. To … Read more

Falling home prices is coming. High unemployment could make it much worse

London CNN Business – Last year, Auckland’s largest real estate company was unable to sell properties fast enough to meet demand in New Zealand’s largest city. Homes were “flying out the door,” said Grant Sykes, a principal at the Barfoot & Thompson real estate agency. “There were chin-breaking moments when agents would stand across the … Read more

The post-pandemic mental health breakdown in the entertainment industry

Silhouette of a production in progress on a white stage. GT Mental health has begun to be treated with more importance over the past decade. Charities, non-profit organizations, and campaigns were launched around the world as we began to realize as a society that mental health is just as vital as physical health. Usually at … Read more

Biden and Xi prepare to meet ahead of Ukraine-overwhelmed G20 summit

NUSA DUA, Indonesia (Reuters) – Chinese leader Xi Jinping arrived on the Indonesian island of Bali on Monday for a long-awaited meeting with U.S. President Joe Biden ahead of a set to be perilous summit of the Group of 20 nations. With tension due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The two leaders are expected … Read more

Britain froze Russian assets worth 18 billion pounds

Russia bypasses Libya and Iran as prime target of UK sanctions The UK says sanctions are hurting Russia’s military Russia uses chips in kitchen utensils for cabinets The UK government has reported 236 sanctions violations LONDON (Reuters) – The British government said on Thursday it had frozen more than 18 billion pounds ($20.5 billion) in … Read more

Last year’s deforestation pledge slowly started

São Paulo (Reuters) – A year after more than 140 countries pledged to halt all deforestation by 2030, little has been done to fund protection measures or pass new conservation laws, experts say. This pledge was widely praised at last year’s COP26 climate summit, especially after the signings by Brazil, Indonesia and Congo. The three … Read more

UK sanitation scandals put Hong Kong billionaire in the line of fire | environment

Whitbourne, UK – When Hong Kong billionaire CK Group Li Ka-shing agreed to sell a 25 percent stake in the UK-based water company to New York-listed investment giant KKR, the investment was greeted with enthusiasm in financial circles across Asia. In parts of the UK where Northumbrian Water Limited (NWL) operates, news of the $1 … Read more

Booming Wall Street boosts global and European stocks; oil slices

WASHINGTON/LONDON (Reuters) – Global and European stocks rose on Friday as Wall Street extended gains on hopes that some central banks will slow down in raising interest rates. Commodity prices took a hit from the strength of the US dollar. Oil prices fell after China, the largest importer of crude, expanded its restrictions on the … Read more

The world’s largest dirty energy club is cracking – Politico

Click play to listen to this article The fossil fuel industry is facing the unraveling of one of its most important international agreements — and the man running the show isn’t taking it very well. A string of major EU governments have now abandoned the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT), a deal between 53 countries originally … Read more

Rishi Sunak, the UK’s next prime minister, faces major economic problems

LONDON (AFP) – Former Treasury chief Rishi Sunak He is set to become Britain’s first prime minister of color after he was chosen on Monday to lead a ruling Conservative Party that is desperate for a safe hand to steer the country through economic and political turmoil. The challenges facing the UK’s third prime minister … Read more