Shareholders increasingly concerned about impact of climate change Teck exec

by The Canadian Press Posted Mar 7, 2017 11:51 am MDT Last Updated Mar 7, 2017 at 12:40 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – Teck Resources has received a growing number of inquiries from shareholders about how climate change and carbon pricing will affect its operations, an official with the Canadian mining giant said.Speaking at the world’s largest annual gathering for the mining industry, currently underway in Toronto, Chris Adachi said the company is receiving “very detailed inquiries” about climate change from investors and other stakeholders.Adachi, who helps manage Teck’s (TSX:TECK.B) carbon strategy, told attendees at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada convention that the inquiries have been ramping up in recent years.For example, stakeholders are asking how the company thinks about carbon pricing and various climate change scenarios during the project design process, he said.Teck is a mining and mineral development company headquartered in Vancouver, B.C. that focuses on copper, coal, zinc and energy.It owns or has interests in mines in Canada, the U.S., Peru and Chile.Follow @alexposadzki on Twitter. Shareholders increasingly concerned about impact of climate change: Teck exec read more

WCH 2017 mistery Opening match with 30000 fans at football stadium

Handball 2017handball at stadiumHandball Francelille handballworld championship 2017 handball French Handball Federation has to announce the venues and the cities in which World Championship 2017 will be held, writes The decision has to be publish on Tuesday, but still is unknown, which cities will join Paris, where famous Paris Bercy, after renovation, with 17.000 seats will host the final weekend of the tournament. Some cities as Montpellier or Nantes are the favorites because of the halls with the capacity of 9.000 seats, but it is almost unbeliavable lack of sports hall with capacities over than 10.000 seats in one of the biggest European countries.FFHB announced last year that the goal will be to reach 500.000 fans during WCh 2017. The only way to to that is to be helped by fantastic football infrastructure. There are some intentions that opening match could be organised on magnificent stadium “Pierre Mauroy de Lille” with 30.000 seats capacity and retractable roof. That would be a new world record on big events organised EHF and IHF… ← Previous Story “DANKE CONNY”: Konrad Wilczynski gets standing ovation in Vienna Next Story → THW Kiel sign Danish goalkeeper – Kim Sonne read more