Politics: The hiccup of the increase in pensions, the compulsory energy audit of thermal colanders still pushed ... The eco flash of the day

Manchin walks back opposition and agrees to $370 billion for climate and energy and a 40% emissions cut by 2030, report says

  Manchin walks back opposition and agrees to $370 billion for climate and energy and a 40% emissions cut by 2030, report says Democrats praised the deal struck by Sens. Chuck Schumer and Joe Manchin, who previously indicated he wouldn't support additional climate spending. 1/8 SLIDES © Walter Bibikow/Getty Images How Madison, Wisconsin, is accelerating climate action with renewable energy, recycling, and green job initiatives Madison, Wisconsin's government, residents, and organizations are making it more resilient to climate change. Renewable energy, electric city vehicles, and creating a climate-friendly economy are top priorities.

Le couac de l’augmentation des retraites, l'audit énergétique obligatoire des passoires thermiques encore repoussé… Le flash éco du jour © Sophie Levy Ayoun / Capital The Coac of the increase in pensions, the compulsory energy audit of Thermal colanders still pushed ... The eco flash of day find the essentials of the eco news of the day in the flash produced by capital.

We start with the failure of day , which comes to us from the government. Last May, he promised that basic retirement would be increased by 4%, as part of a bill on purchasing power. The retirees before taking advantage of it on August 9, date of payment of their July pension. Patatras. The debates in Parliament have emerged and the law should not be promulgated before the end of the week. However, the National Age Insurance Fund, the CNAV, awaits its promulgation to trigger the revaluation of nearly 15 million pensions. The delay is therefore too short and the increase will have to wait until September .

Flooding in central Appalachia kills at least 8 in Kentucky

  Flooding in central Appalachia kills at least 8 in Kentucky JACKSON, Ky. (AP) — Krystal Holbrook’s family started moving possessions to higher ground long before dawn, racing to save them from the rapidly rising floodwaters that were menacing southeastern Kentucky. Her family scurried in the dark to move vehicles, campers, trailers and equipment. But as the water kept rising Thursday — leaving at least eight people dead and hundreds without homes in Kentucky -- they began to worry that they might run out of higher ground.“We felt we had most of it moved out of the way,” Holbrook said. “But right now, we’re still moving vehicles even to higher ground. Higher ground is getting a little bit difficult.

The Practical Info concerns you if you plan to sell or buy a property. Currently, any transaction is subject to the supply of an energy performance diagnosis (DPE). But from April 1, 2023, individual houses and buildings that will be assigned a F or G label in DPE will necessarily have to pass an in addition energy audit. A provision which was initially to come into force this September, but which was once again postponed by the government. More complete than the DPE, the audit gives work recommendations to be initiated. Its compulsory character aims to encourage the owners of thermal colanders to renovate their good before putting them on the market.

We continue with a figure: 4.20%. This is the performance served by civil real estate investment companies in the first half of 2022. This distribution rate - which designates the performance of SCPIs - marks the step compared to 2021. But no panic for the partners, since companies management, pushed to caution by two years of COVID-19, have become used to rebalancing in the last quarter. Offices, shops, health, logistics ... For knowing which sector has reported the most in the first six months of the year , go to our site.

How Manchin struck a miracle of a deal with Schumer, Pelosi and Biden

  How Manchin struck a miracle of a deal with Schumer, Pelosi and Biden A months-long standoff between Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) ended Wednesday when they reached a historic deal on deficit reduction, an Affordable Care Act extension, drug price reductions, climate and clean-energy investments to provide energy security, and expedited full-spectrum energy-permitting reform. Washington, the Democratic Party, and perhaps the world…Washington, the Democratic Party, and perhaps the world can breathe more easily again because — by some miracle of twisted turns and backflips — Schumer, Manchin, President Biden and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.

And we finish with the question of the day: will the blockchain invade the economy? Nothing is less certain because all companies are not intended to transfer their data to this technology, nor to use it to carry out transactions. And those who want to use it to provide better transparency and traceability of their products, for example, often face several difficulties. Developers who master this technology remain rare and cost dearly, and the legal and fiscal vagueness that surrounds a number of blockchain applications, such as NFTS, can also have a rejecting effect.

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