June 6, 2020

COVID-19 is a global crisis that knows no borders, has impacted billions of lives, and has left no organization or economy untouched. It’s shown how systemic risks can have exponential repercussions — on health systems, sudden unemployment, supply chains, and the global economic outlook. Our preparation and resilience are being tested. The immense scale and diversity of the challenges sound very familiar to those who have long championed urgent action to avert catastrophic climate change and rapid nature loss. The difference with climate change is we know what the costs will be if we don’t act now.

That’s why we should look at our efforts to rebuild the post-pandemic world economy through the lens of action on climate change and nature loss. The global losses from climate change could total US$600 trillion by the end of the century. That will hit the global economy harder than the coronavirus. When it

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To see the grotesqueness of what’s happening in … this is not the America I dreamed of as a child. This is not the America I grew up wanting to be a part of, the America where I served in the military. 

I was born in New York and raised in . When I was 16, my parents saved enough to send me back to the United States. My first job was at a McDonald’s. Since then, I served in the Air Force and created content and technologies for the likes of , Lucasfilm, Universal Music, Miami Children’s Hospital and Microsoft Xbox. Today, I am the head of CEEK Virtual Reality, where we are working to create innovative content solutions and tools for virtual reality and augmented-reality experiences.

As a owner,

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) on Friday approved the so-called regulatory sandbox framework for the stock market ecosystem. The term is used for live testing new financial technology (fintech) solutions on actual customers, without having to be fully licensed, but under strict regulatory supervision.

Sebi’s new framework allows live testing on a small set of customers for a limited period of time.

“Entities regulated by shall be granted certain facilities and flexibilities to experiment with solutions in a live environment and on limited set of real customers for a limited time frame. These features shall be fortified with necessary safeguards for investor protection and risk mitigation,” said in a circular.

The new framework is based on a discussion paper floated by the regulator a year ago.

Sandeep Parekh, managing partner, Finsec Law Advisors said the