Leopard Changing Its Spots? BP’s New Position On Biodiversity Crisis

Leopard Changing Its Spots? BP’s New Position On Biodiversity Crisis

British gas and oil multinational company BP (British Petroleum) announced a new Biodiversity … [+] Position in June 2020.

Addressing the global biodiversity crisis has become a major priority for world leaders in recent months.

An alarming report by WWF’s Living Planet Index last month showed global species loss of 68% in the past fifty years (since 1970). Of the 8.7 million species identified, we are losing species at a rate that is 1000 times greater than the natural background rate. Almost all of this is attributed to the ways that humans and the current economic system use our planet.

18 Aug 2020: Close-up of a hatchling loggerhead turtle (Caretta Caretta) before making its way into … [+] the sea in Mugla, Turkey.

The rate of scientific discovery of 71 species a year reveals how much we are yet to learn about life on the planet.

There are many misleading headlines that the world ‘only’ lost 31 species compared to 71 new species discovered each year. However, this is due to the method for how extinction statistics are calculated. Scientists wait years or even decades before announcing a species is extinct (often delaying such announcements if species are already extinct in the wild but single specimens exist in captivity or zoos). Conversely, scientists will immediately recognize a novel species. So extinction numbers of 31 lost species may relate to events in the 1970s, not necessarily the much higher rates being seen from species disappearing in 2020. Human impact on rare species that have not been classified by science is not even being counted in these statistics.

The rate of species extinction is vastly outpacing new discoveries, when looking back historically. … [+] Seen here, 20 year rolling averages for the UK, stopping in 1980. Likely extinction rates have dramatically shot up since then.

So this means that the true extinction rate last year is likely in the hundreds or thousands of species, and even this is only from the baseline of species that have been categorized or ‘scientifically discovered.’

This means that the world is in the midst of a true biodiversity collapse, or what has been referred to as the Sixth Mass Extinction. Urgent action is demanded of all leaders – public and corporate.

Leaders who failed on the environment: world leaders pose for a group photo at the G20 Summit in … [+] Osaka on June 29, 2019.

It is clear that environmental efforts have not been good enough – by political leaders, business leaders, and even environmental NGOs have not innovated fast enough to get ahead of the problem. A whole generation of leaders have failed nature.

Even the post-Covid-19 recovery plans by many Governments have failed to be as green as initially promised to secure these funds.

Climate protests Greta Thunberg and Vanessa Nakate march with protestors at Davos on 24 January … [+] 2020, arguing leaders at the World Economic Forum Meetings had not been doing enough on climate or biodiversity.

This is why a new environmental movement has been emerging, led by younger, more diverse faces such as Greta Thunberg of Sweden and Vanessa Nakate of Uganda.

Figureheads such as Prince William and David Attenborough have called for urgent action, and announced new $65m ‘Earthshot prize,’ although is this sufficient relative to the challenge the planet faces?

64 world leaders have signed a biodiversity pledge at the United Nations last month. This pledge was as noticeable for who did not sign (USA, Russia, Japan, India, Brazil, China) as much as for who did. The question is whether these leaders mean action, as biodiversity targets set since the 1992 Rio Summit have been missed each decade.

Bolder new actions such as significant re-wilding is called for, but few appear to be willing to step up to take or invest in such solutions.

BP’s new CEO, Irish businessman Bernard Looney was appointed in February 2020 and immediately … [+] announced a bold set of environmental initiatives on carbon emissions and biodiversity,

With pressure on corporations to take greater social and environmental responsibilities in return for social operating license and favorable tax treatments, several have started to make public pushes into biodiversity and safeguarding nature.

For an oil major at the center of attention following the world’s largest oil spill in 2010 (BP Deepwater Horizon) and the high visibility that climate change is having, this is certainly a bold position for the 111 year old company.

In February, BP selected a new CEO after a decade of recovering from BP Deepwater Horizon impact, under the leadership of by Bob Dudley. BP’s new CEO is Irishman Bernard Looney. He has committed to help BP navigate through to a low carbon and lower environmental footprint.

It shows that big corporations who are willing to take the right actions will be rewarded by customers and the market (i.e., investors), so long as these commitments are genuine and not greenwashing (i.e., making fashionable environmental statements, but actions that indicate more business as usual).

21 Apr 2010: The Transocean and Deepwater Horizon sinking and explosion on a BP-owned oil rig was … [+] the worst oil spill in history, with over 130 million gallons leaked over 87 days into the Gulf of Mexico, USA.

BP learnt some harsh lessons from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster. Most important was – do not spill any oil in the ocean.

The other takeaways from the biggest oil spill in the ocean in history that took 3 years of active cleanup, and a decade of monitoring were:

Former BP Chief Executive Tony Hayward (in white jacket) was caught by media sailing on the Isle of … [+] Wight rather than being on the ground following the 11 deaths and largest oil spill in the world.

  • Immediate response. BP CEO, Tony Hayward, was criticized for sailing and appearing to be on vacation during the worst oil spill in history. His response became a classic business school case study of what not to do in the midst of a crisis, and he was promptly replaced as CEO by Bob Dudley.
  • 27 Apr 2010: BP hired contractor planes to spray chemical dispersant over oil coated Gulf of Mexico … [+] waters.

  • Cleanup was worse than the oil spill. BP ended up using highly toxic chemical dispersants, that had the effect of visually removing the oil, but created many longer term and more complicated impacts on marine life along the Gulf of Mexico. Much of that is still being felt today, and more lawsuits were launched based on the exposure of several oil spill responders to this deadly chemical cocktail. It was because BP knew the composition of the oil, it selected the particular chemical dispersants it did. The lack of disclosure about the oil and cleanup techniques were heavily criticized in the lawsuits that followed.
  • Oil covered pelicans found off the Louisiana coast and affected by the BP Deepwater Horizon oil … [+] spill in the Gulf of Mexico wait in a holding pen for cleaning.

    There were many other lessons, but these three alone were damning and in the complex set of legal settlements, it was estimated that by June 2016, BP paid over $63 billion in legal fees and cleanup costs.

    Bob Dudley served as CEO of BP from 2010 to 2020, and led BP’s longer term response to the Deepwater … [+] Horizon.

    The damage to BP’s branding and market value was even greater, and the CEO, Tony Hayward, lost his job.

    The CEO replacing Tony Hayward, Bob Dudley, expressed his apology for the company, saying in a speech to oil executives in June 2011, “The first thing I want to say is that I am sorry for what happened last year,” in a speech entitled “New Era, New Responsibilities.” He had gone on to say that BP was working to earn back the trust of the industry, state and federal leaders and coastal residents. 

    Dan Ariely’s work has served as an importance guide for companies facing dishonest business … [+] practices

    The author and researcher, Dan Ariely, has famously written about how corporations have to learn to apologize when they make an error. His bestselling book, ‘The (honest) truth about dishonesty,’ serves as a CEO guide for how many executives have had to handle the consequences of their company’s actions.

    It will be interesting to see to what extent these lessons have been learned and internalized by the energy giant.

    The cover of BP’s new biodiversity position, announced on June 2020

    BP’s new Biodiversity Position, announced in June 2020 stated BP’s goals and intentions as, “The rich biodiversity of our planet is under threat. We understand that transformative change is needed and recognize there is also an intrinsic link between the need for global action on biodiversity and climate change. As part of our purpose to reimagine energy for people and the planet, we are taking action to restore, maintain and enhance nature.”

    BP went on to make five bold commitments:

  • We commit not to operate any new oil and gas exploration or production activities inside the boundary of officially inscribed UNESCO World Heritage sites. We will consult with UNESCO if we are considering operating any such projects in the buffer zone or adjacent to a World Heritage Site. We will seek to avoid any associated activities that would have a direct residual impact on the value and integrity of a World Heritage Site.
  • We also commit not to operate any new oil and gas exploration or production activities inside the boundary of Strict Nature Reserves (International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) category Ia) or Wilderness Areas (IUCN category Ib) as listed on 1 January 2020. If we enter other protected areas, we intend to work with relevant stakeholders and biodiversity experts to help manage any potential impacts and assess opportunities to improve the management of the site.
  • We will aim to achieve a net positive impact on biodiversity in our new projects. From 2022 onwards, new BP operated projects whose planned activities have the potential for significant direct impacts on biodiversity will be required to develop net positive impact action plans for those activities. This requirement will apply to projects across our portfolio – from oil and gas to renewables – and our business will be required to implement the action plan for as long as we operate the asset.
  • We will aim to enhance biodiversity around our existing major operating sites. We are also putting in place measures so that from 2022 we can require BP major operating sites to have plans established to enhance local biodiversity, starting with sites in biodiversity sensitive areas. For example, restoring wetland habitats, conserving threatened species or improving the management of protected areas.
  • We will support biodiversity restoration and the sustainable use of natural resources. In countries where we have existing and growing investments, we will aim to further the conservation and restoration of biodiversity, and the sustainable use of natural resources by local communities.
  • Questions remain whether such commitments are bold enough to reverse the decline of biodiversity, or whether these are just operational good practice that BP should already have been applying (making one wonder what was happening before).

    The Mauritius cardinal, of which there are less than 100 in the wild, was put at risk of extinction … [+] with the oil spill directly impacting the bird’s feeding and nesting grounds in South East Mauritius.

    The clock on extinction is ticking.

    The Indian Ocean island of Mauritius suffered the worst oil spill in its history in August as a passing Japanese iron ore ship with over 1 million gallons of oil on board, hit Mauritius’ shores and spilled oiled into a network of internationally protected nature reserves.

    9 Aug: oil on Mauritius beaches following major oil spill that started on Aug 6.

    This included a small coral atoll which was home to hundreds of the last remaining species on Earth of particular plants, trees, birds, reptiles, insects and corals. There was incredibly unique genetic diversity in these outlying islands and surrounding coral reefs.

    As the citizens of Mauritius continue to call out that they are being abandoned by the international community during Covid-19 lockdowns, the actions of major corporations impacting these communities are coming under increasing scrutiny.

    There has been particular concern about the role of the UN ‘s global shipping regulator, the IMO and oil industry groups such as ITOPF in Mauritius as controversy has raged about the oil fingerprinting for the grounded Wakashio that was responsible for the oil spill.

    3 Oct 2020: leopard is pictured at the Yala National Park, Sri Lanka. Has BP truly changed its … [+] spots?

    This means corporations who know they wish to be on the right side of history have to step up. In doing so, it means placing sustainability at the core of their business operations, not in a side marketing or CSR division.

    Investors and customers have learnt to see through this.

    The question for BP with its new CEO and a new Biodiversity Position is whether the leopard really has changed its spots, or is it just a wolf in sheep’s clothing?

    Source: www.forbes.com

    Author: Nishan Degnarain

    How the DeFi Craze Made Its Way to China

    How the DeFi Craze Made Its Way to China

    When Nervos co-founder Guoning Lü saw a few China-based decentralized finance (DeFi) projects raise millions of dollars in a matter of hours, he knew the DeFi craze had officially reached the East.  

    One project saw its total value locked (TVL) climb from $2.9 million to $14.4 million within two weeks after launching in August, before tripling three days later. The project called DODO, a liquidity provider founded by a Chinese development team, now has total value locked (TVL) – the total amount of assets staked in the protocol – of over $100 million, ranking 16th in DeFi Pulse as of press time.

    DeFi is one of the hottest trends in the crypto world. So it’s not surprising the DeFi craze would find its way to China, which has an active cryptocurrency community despite government restrictions on trading and token sales. 

    Chinese startups are playing a crucial role in the DeFi boom with highly localized and nimble adaptations of western projects as well as a marketing apparatus that is laser-focused on Chinese crypto communities, industry watchers say. 

    From July through the middle of October, the number of searches for DeFi has soared on China’s social media platform WeChat. It has almost doubled during this period of time, according to WeChat Index, a data analysis tool that includes keyword searches, articles and forwards in WeChat moments. 

    Major Defi projects, such as NEST, DForce and YFII, all with huge Chinese followings, have raised millions of dollars in the span of a few weeks and topped the TVL ranking on DeFi Pulse.

    China often has a reputation for adapting western products to local markets, or in some cases mimicking them. Compound alleged China-based DForce “stole” its code and Chinese liquidity mining site YFII cloned another foreign-based project, Yearn.Finance (YFI).

    “Admittedly, many Chinese projects copy code from western DeFi pioneers such as the liquidity leader Yearn.Finance and decentralized exchange UniSwap,” Nervos’ Lü said. “However, Chinese companies are making innovations in localizing the original products and that is what makes DeFi products more popular in the country.” 

    DeFi-friendly crypto wallets, centralized exchanges’ financing schemes for retail investors and targeted marketing strategies are among the localized products and services that Chinese startups have created to pave the way for DeFi inside the country.   

    Chinese DeFi startups reach many crypto investors through wallets. 

    “Not many people know how to use DeFi applications directly given its complex technical features and financial schemes,” Lü said. “However, many Chinese crypto wallets simplify and optimize processes for users to participate in DeFi projects.” 


    Hangzhou-based imToken, for example, is one of the most popular mobile wallets in China. It has a built-in decentralized exchange (DEX), Tokenlon, enabling its users to trade tokens from different dapps on Ethereum, EOS and TRON within the wallet. 

    While the wallet is natively integrated with blockchain protocol Kyber, the in-wallet DEX is built on top of the code from another DeFi project 0x. Founded in 2016, imToken secured $10 million through a Series A round led by IDG Capital two years ago.  

    While some U.S. counterparts may also provide similar services, such wallets have emerged to be one of the major channels for Chinese investors to participate in DeFi, Lü said

    Trading costs are another hurdle for retail investors to participate in DeFi. As most DeFi dapps run on Ethereum, transaction fees on the blockchain have become prohibitively high for smaller investors.

    Centralized exchanges, which are major players behind the Chinese DeFi scene, have a solution for that, said Jason Wu, CEO of decentralized crypto lending startup DeFiner. 

    “Centralized exchanges are pooling money from retail inventors to invest in DeFi so that millions of Chinese smaller investors can afford the high gas fees in the projects,” Wu said. In turn, these centralized exchanges increase trading volume and earn more fees by listing and trading the native governance tokens of such DeFi projects on their platform. 

    Community building and marketing strategies are crucial to the success of a DeFi project. In China, key opinion leaders (KOLs), in-person meetups and online Ask Me Anything (AMA) gatherings are all key parts of the crypto marketing apparatus, Jason Wu said. 

    “The crypto space, including DeFi, is very KOL-driven,” said Sharlyn Wu, chief investment officer at Huobi DeFi Labs. “For a new project coming to the market, you need a number of KOL to support it and the KOL will influence a bigger group of audience to get into the projects.” 

    Many of the KOLs in China understand English, and they translate and process the western thought leaders’ content to inform the Chinese crypto community, according to Jason Wu. 

    There are three tiers of KOLs, says Sharlyn Wu. “The KOLs in tier 1 dig into white papers, code and the formula of economic models and the tier 2 KOLs basically translate to the Chinese community. Tier 3 KOLs are the ones who move things to the border retail market.” 

    These Chinese influencers tend to be researchers, venture capitalists and crypto journalists, Sharlyn Wu said. 

    Now, in-person meetings and conferences are coming back as China appears to have contained the spread of coronavirus. DeFi-themed gatherings have increased recently in China, Jason Wu said. 

    “Last week, I attended three conferences across three Chinese cities. Some of the conferences held more than 1,000 participants,” said Jason Wu, who has launched his own DeFi project recently. “There are retail investors, but most people there are business development managers from centralized exchanges, DeFi startups and crypto media members.” 

    Wu said Chinese KOLs tend not to use Weibo, the Chinese version of Twitter, as their main social platform. He noted there are many limitations on topics you can post about, such as direct trading between fiat and cryptocurrencies.

    WeChat is also where most online meetings take place in the crypto community. Through Ask Me Anythings (AMAs), crypto investors ask Chinese KOLs about new DeFi products and the latest industry trends.

    According to Jason Wu, Chinese crypto media also plays an important role in informing people of new DeFi projects, in addition to organizing conferences. They tend to focus on the technical side of the crypto business since the Chinese central bank restricts the promotion of crypto trading.

    “Capital in crypto is always on the lookout for returns, and DeFi has offered a great opportunity.”    Lü said. “When liquidity mining took off earlier this year, the capital started not only flowing into but concentrated in the DeFi space.” 

    The capital that backs Chinese DeFi projects might not come from new capital but two existing forces that have existed in the Chinese crypto industry for a long time, he said.

    On the one hand are the industrialists who have invested in infrastructure and ecosystem, who share dividends as the whole space grows, he says. On the other are institutional investors that tend to be more speculative and prioritize short-term gains. 

    China’s deep pockets in crypto can be traced back to its crypto mining industry with miner maker giants such as Bitmain and MicroBT. 

    China-originated centralized exchanges such as Huobi, KuCoin and Binance have also been a driving force behind many crypto crazes in China.

    Binance, Huobi and Kucoin, three exchange giants birthed in China, have made efforts to get into the DeFi space. Binance recently rolled out its patented blockchain, where developers can build DeFi applications on the platform, while Huobi launched DeFi Labs to back DeFi hopefuls. All three exchanges have listed DeFi assets such as governance tokens for trading. 

    The first wave that hit China’s DeFi scene is casino-style gambling, Sharlyn Wu said, noting there has been too much speculation in the market. But this could change. And China may not always be in the position of following the West. 

    “Even though Asia was initially behind in the first wave of the DeFi from the U.S., I think developers in China will lead DeFi the way they have led CeFi,” Sharlyn Wu said.  

    Source: crytonow.com

    Author: adminhttps://crytonow.com

    Palm Beach Confidential Teeka Tiwari – Is It Worth It? [Updated]

    Palm Beach Confidential Teeka Tiwari – Is It Worth It? [Updated]

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    Haryana woman rescued after being locked inside toilet for more than a year by husband

    Haryana woman rescued after being locked inside toilet for more than a year by husband

    A 35-year-old woman, who had been locked inside a toilet by her husband for over a year, was rescued from Haryana’s Rispur village in Panipat on October 13. The woman, who according to the husband is mentally unstable, was rescued by Women Protection and Child Marriage Prohibition Officer Rajni Gupta.

    When the rescue team rescued the woman, who they claimed did not appear mentally unstable, she was found covered in faeces and urine and was evidently famished. She was reduced to bones and was so feeble that she could not even get up and walk.

    Speaking to news agency ANI, Rajni Gupta said: “I had received information that a woman had been locked inside a toilet for over a year. When I reached there with my team, we found her in a deplorable condition. It appeared as though she has not eaten anything in months.

    The woman’s husband Naresh has been arrested by the Sanoli Police. A case under IPC sections 498 A and 342 have been registered against him.

    First Published on Oct 15, 2020 04:23 pm

    Source: www.moneycontrol.com

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