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Offering a wide range of services, the core competences of CaymanBrack is to bring future-proof fields of business, which are actively conducted by CaymanBrack or in which CaymanBrack
holds a stake, to the relevant local marketplaces.
In all issues relating to human resources you can rely on CaymanBrack as a competent partner. The one-stop human resources consulting for business includes the development of strategic and conceptual problem-solving techniques as part of the day-to-day work in the area of human resources.
The climatic conditions in the Mediterranean countries give reason to expect higher returns there. CaymanBrack fosters very good relationships with Italian and German construction companies in Middle and Southern Italy and supervises from Switzerland the construction of photovoltaic plants in the Italian regions of Campania and Abruzzo.
In January, CaymanBrack and EuroNova Asset Management Pte.Ltd., Singapore, agreed a letter of intent to build what they claim will be the world’s most effective hybrid vessel to date. With it´s partnership CaymanBrack will ensure that green and sustainable projects in the passenger traffic and shipment of goods have the financial resources they need to develop. It seeks to financially support projects that will improve the environmental performance of transport and passenger vessels specifically as it pertains to reducing emissions and increasing fuel efficiency.
Investors who want to make money on blockchain, needs to invest in the companies that are both earning revenues from it today and building the systems that might make for a new revenue stream in the future. It's a combination of long-term bets and very short-term ones, too. Blockchain, and all that it will become is not just for venture capitalists hunting for the next big start-up. This is not a fad. The yield curve for investors is steep.
What's a blockchain? And why does CaymanBrack need to put money in there?
Meanwhile, some 1.1 billion inhabitants (17% of the world population) do not have access to electricity. Equally, 2.7 billion people (38% of the population) use conventional biomass for cooking, heating and lighting in their homes - at serious risk to their health.
Likewise, the transition to an energy system based on renewable technologies will have very positive economic consequences. According to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), doubling the renewable energy share in the world energy mix, to 36% by 2030, will result in additional global growth of 1.1% by that year (equivalent to 1.3 trillion dollars), a increase in wellbeing of 3.7% and in employment in the sector of up to more than 24 million people, compared to 9.2 million today.
Shipping and the Environment
The human and environmental costs of shipping are vast. Low-grade marine fuel oil contains 3,500 times more sulfur than road diesel. Large ships pollute the air in hub ports, accounting for one-third to half of airborne pollutants in Hong Kong, for example. Particulates emitted from ships cause 60,000 cardiopulmonary and lung-cancer deaths each year worldwide. Expanding harbours to take vast ships destroys coastal ecosystems. And scrapping fleets of obsolete smaller ships pollutes seas and soils, and damages workers' health, especially in the developing world.
Investing in our planet
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