great work, kudos. I just shared to all my connected people

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and hold those who locked us up accountable in court

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Hold yourself accountable if you actually followed any demands by anyone to lock up.

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Peter, everything, and I mean everything we are told is a lie. A brief piece (where was I?) outlined how the Dominion voting machines used in most states have a "safe" mode. A high level computer scientist/Univ. researcher (expert witness in a lawsuit) demonstrated to the court how easy it is to flip votes registered in a machine, using a pen he borrowed from the prosecutor. Seems all you need to do is hold a button down for a minute to gain access to the records. The mail in ballots in 2020? Reports in some states were many were never even folded, a lot had only the presidential choice checked with a similar signature. So you can suggest all the ways to turn this around, however, we have no law, no accountability, no Congress willing to take action, and a legal system that appears to follow only the rule of the UN/Rockefeller Foundation! Its mostly a lost cause, if only to wake people up to the depths of corruption.

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Russians say so? Aren't they implementing same Agenda 2030 goals?


A joint climate agenda should be one of the unifying projects in such a diverse region as Eurasia. Today, economic cooperation needs to be developed as part of the climate agenda, partly in an effort to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, including the necessary approaches and mechanisms based on the principles of the EAEU functioning as a single market. Realizing the unique potential of Greater Eurasia to achieve climate goals will require rapid solutions to a number of practical issues: reaching a political consensus on key areas of cooperation; preventing negative socioeconomic effects, such as the widening gap between developed and developing nations and the emergence of barriers to trade and investment; finding a balance in public-private partnerships in green financing to stimulate technological transformation, including through extrabudgetary funds; creating a foundation for the free movement of carbon units within the EAEU and further integration with major trading partners; and facilitating the availability of technologies that help reduce emissions and ensure low-carbon development as well as the efficient and sustainable use of fossil-based resources. Given the current geopolitical situation, is the climate agenda a focus in economic collaboration? How do such issues as accelerated import substitution correlate with the objectives of low-carbon development? How can funding be secured for the transition in technologies? Are the funding sources clear, and how can we bridge the gap with the actual scale of the investment that is needed? How can we transform low-carbon technologies from a zone of competition into a zone of cooperation? Is an international climate technology bank a real possibility?


Tatiana Zavyalova, Senior Vice President for ESG, Sberbank

Kairat Kelimbetov, Governor, Astana International Financial Center (online)

Samvel Lazarian, Head of the Centre for Macroeconomic Research, Financial Research Institute of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation

Zafar Makhmudov, Chief Executive Officer, The Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia

Andrey Slepnev, Member of the Board, Minister in Charge of Trade, Eurasian Economic Commission

Sergey Storchak, Senior Banker, VEB.RF

Ilya Torosov, First Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation

Andrey Sharonov, Chief Executive Officer, National ESG-Alliance

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That was awesome and very insightful, thanks.

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