In Germany it’s not illegal to consume marijuana but it is illegal to buy it. That may change. From: New York Times
Emerging from one of the world’s longest lockdowns, the country plans to admit most fully vaccinated travelers by the end of April without a mandatory hotel quarantine. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Building a fixed link would be too expensive, a feasibility study is expected to conclude.
The nationwide lockdown is Europe’s first since spring. And the national vaccine mandate is a first for the continent. From: New York Times
The Biden administration will spend billions of dollars on a new plan to combat the pandemic, investing in antiviral pills, rapid tests and manufacturing. From: New York Times
The restructuring is meant to make the company more appealing to investors and make it easier to sell assets, the oil giant said. From: New York Times
from: BBC News The oil giant will shift its tax residence from the Netherlands to the UK and its boss will relocate.
Japan regularly wins the award at annual COP meetings Originally published on Global Voices Coprolite (a piece of fossilized dung) of a Jurassic-era herbivorous dinosaur on display at Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum in Japan. The coprolite was dug up in Utah, United States. Photo by Nevin Thompson. Image license: CC BY 3.0 Japan earned a… Leggi tutto »
from: BBC News The planning inspectorate turns down an appeal to build the tower in central London.
Roger McNamee, an early Facebook investor, says it “should not be allowed” to build the metaverse. from: BBC News
Saying it wants “to find the right balance” with the technology, the social network will delete the face scan data of more than one billion users. From: New York Times
The US president is attending two summits, while his $2.75tn (£2tn) spending plans are up in the air. from: BBC News
The move follows a strong public rebuke of Israeli policy from US President Biden’s administration. from: BBC News
The chancellor has delivered his Covid recovery Budget, here’s how it will affect your money.
The firefighters’ union says there was an “unjustified reliance” on fire crews to evacuate the tower.
His space company Blue Origin hopes its venture will replace the International Space Station. from: BBC News
Why experts say cutting contrails costs less than $1bn a year but may be worth so much more. from: BBC News
The defense ministry said there was too little demand for its Fakhravac vaccine to justify producing it, and blamed the health ministry for reneging on promised orders. From: New York Times
The mandate, covering more than 300,000 employees, will remove an option to take regular tests instead of getting a shot. From: New York Times
In an effort to recapture momentum, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a host of measures, including plans for a big expansion of electric vehicles, more offshore wind power and greater use of hydrogen. From: New York Times