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NEW YORK -Tuesday 3 May 2022 [ AETOS Wire ]

(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Moody’s Corporation (NYSE:MCO) published today its 2021 Stakeholder Sustainability and Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) reports. Moody’s places sustainability at the core of its business, and the Sustainability Report highlights the wide range of work being done across the company to build a Better Business, support Better Lives, and deliver Better Solutions. The TCFD Report spotlights Moody’s climate leadership, including progress on its decarbonization plan and enhanced physical and transition risk analysis, as well as the role the company plays in the transition to net-zero by helping market participants address climate-related risks and opportunities through its comprehensive suite of offerings.

The reports highlight several sustainability and ESG milestones Moody’s achieved in the last year:

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HERZOGENAURACH, Germany-Monday 2 May 2022 [ AETOS Wire ]

(BUSINESS WIRE) -- Sports company PUMA and Borussia Dortmund swapped shirts with the fans at the Signal Iduna Park before kick off on Saturday to draw attention to the circularity project RE:JERSEY, in which PUMA tests an innovative recycling method.

Before the match against VfL Bochum, Borussia’s players warmed up wearing RE:JERSEYs, which were made with 75% repurposed football jerseys. Afterwards, BVB legends Roman Weidenfeller, Wolfgang “Teddy” de Beer and Norbert “Nobby” Dickel encouraged the fans to donate their old polyester items. In exchange, a few lucky fans received RE:JERSEYs signed by the players.

In the RE:JERSEY project, PUMA tests an innovative chemical recycling process, which turns old polyester garments into new jerseys. The goal of this project is to reduce waste and pave the way towards more circular production methods.

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MOU governs the formalization of a long-term strategic partnership for the deployment of Energy Vault’s EVx™ gravity-based energy storage technology and software solutions to support NTPC’s clean energy transition

LUGANO, Switzerland & WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. & NEW DELHI-Thursday 28 April 2022 [ AETOS Wire ]

(BUSINESS WIRE) -- Energy Vault Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: NRGV, NRGV WS) (“Energy Vault”), a leader in sustainable, grid-scale energy storage solutions, today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with NTPC Limited (NSE India : NTPC, BSE : 532555), the largest power generating utility in India.

The objective of the MOU is to collaborate and formalize a long-term strategic partnership for deployment of Energy Vault’s EVx™ gravity-based energy storage technology and software solutions based on the outcome of a joint feasibility study. The technology also offers beneficial utilization of c ... Read more »

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HERZOGENAURACH, Germany -Tuesday 3 May 2022 [ AETOS Wire ]

(BUSINESS WIRE)-- As part of the launch of their new leak-proof underwear collection, global sports company PUMA and leak-proof apparel company Modibodi® have commissioned a global survey that investigated the reason girls are leaving sport; shining a light on the numbers that really matter.

Sport is all about numbers. And when it comes to the celebration of sport, the goals kicked, and games won are the numbers that take centre stage. But there’s series of numbers that are less well-known: the number of girls leaving sport daily, due to shame and fear of leaks.

The statistics unearthed were shocking, with 1 in 2 teens skipping sport because of their period. The PUMA and Modibodi® global survey discovered that for many girls, sport stops because of embarrassment, pain or fear of leaks during their period. The survey insights show how the culture and lack of innovation around periods is h ... Read more »

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DJIBOUTI-Tuesday 3 May 2022 [ AETOS Wire ]

(BUSINESS WIRE)--  Crowned champions in their last game of the 2021/2022 season of the Djibouti Premier League for the second consecutive year, after winning 14 out of a total of 18 matches (an 80% success rate), the Arta Solar 7 Sports Association maintains the Club’s dominance of Djiboutian football and continues expanding its workforce by recruiting the best players to conquer African regional football.

Winner of the Djibouti Premier League title and in the running to win the Djibouti Cup, Arta Solar 7 continues its steady ascent, to establish itself as one of the most prestigious football franchise clubs on the continent.

Behind this dream is the Ivorian businessman Tommy Tayoro Nyckoss, who took over as President of the Club in 2018 and gave the name of its renewable energy company to the team.  In November 2020, to accelerate its ambition of becoming one of the biggest clubs in Africa in the com ... Read more »

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TAIPEI CITY, Taiwan-Tuesday 3 May 2022 [ AETOS Wire ]

(BUSINESS WIRE) -- Yield Guild Games Southeast Asia (YGG SEA), a sub-decentralized autonomous organization (subDAO) of the Philippines-based blockchain gaming startup Yield Guild Games (YGG), today announced the upcoming Initial DEX Offering (IDO) of its $SEA token on the Copper launchpad.

The $SEA Token Launch Auction will commence on the Copper platform on May 9th at 15:00 UTC and it will run through May 14th. A total of 75 million $SEA tokens have been allocated to the IDO public sale, representing 7.5% of the total supply of one billion tokens. The starting price is set at $0.50.

“The IDO is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to appreciate our community’s unconditional support,” said YGG SEA Co-founder Irene Umar. “We are where we are because of the community and we would like the community to own a piece of YGG SEA through the IDO. DYOR, all I can say: what you see today is just ... Read more »

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