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  1. “Planet Earth. See You Tomorrow”

    ... in the documentary were Nobel Peace Prize winner Terry Callaghan, researcher and UN expert on global climate change; Alexander Mazhuga, Doctor of Chemistry, Professor of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Rector of D. Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology of Russia; and others.

  2. Crisis management plan: Agile + Digital

    ... part), hundreds of organisations around the world had already accelerated the digitisation of their back-office operations and customer interactions by early summer 2020, reaching their targets three to four years ahead of schedule. Most of them view technology not just as an economic performance driver but also as an essential strategic component of their businesses. These are fast growers that have successfully responded to the crisis, experimented more boldly than others and innovated faster. ...

  3. Competition between technologies

    ... films. Your company was one of the first to start supplying the domestic market with imported oxo-biodegradable additives for polymer packaging. Why do you think their use is an effective way to address the plastic waste problem? Oxo-biodegradation technology was developed in 1992 by Canada’s Somers Environmental Products Inc. (EPI). In our opinion, this is the most fitting solution for bulk polymers. Plastics containing these additives decompose within one or two years. First, the material oxidises,...