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Meiron Lees, CEO of InnerCents, a Sydney based coaching company, talks about how to build resilience to stress. InnerCents specialises in executive coaching, leadership development, sales training and building resilience in challenging times. He is also the author of the book D-Stress and a Keynote Speaker on Thought Attacks - The Number One Corporate Virus
4 Jun 2011
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The Carroll Trust billion dollars offshore tax evasion fraud scandal has disclosed that the Federation of Small Businesses - FSB are believed to have been named in the FBI Scotland Yard prosecution files in this case of international importance. It has emerged in media reports that both Scotland Yard and the Surrey Police are understood to be "targeting" Anthony Clarke Chairman of the British Business Angels Association and the Angel Capital Group based in Pall Mall London who are close affiliates of the Federation of Small Businesses now based at Carroll House. Further sources have confirmed that Anthony Clarke in his previous capacity as the Chief Executive of the Carroll Global Corporation for nearly twenty years incorporated a startling array of twenty eight fraudulent UK Companies House corporations to provide a screen off for the embezzlement of millions of dollars of the Carroll Foundation’s liquid funds.
8 Oct 2011
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david cameron grilled on skynews !
25 Aug 2016
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this is a small over view of the gaza appeal for help and waves it creates, from the BBC & Sky news suppression to the response.
29 Jan 2009
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Michael Jackson Funeral 4 september 2009 at the graveyard cemetery Forest Buy Sky news Rest in peace Michael
5 Sep 2009
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***********/skynews The President of Syria has issued a historic invitation to his American counterpart Barack Obama, to a summit in Damascus in an exclusive interview with Sky News. Sky's Dominic Waghorn reports.
7 Sep 2009
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The Clean Skies News team is at Day 4 of the climate talks in Copenhagen, as discussion continues over emissions cuts for large countries and climate funding for poorer countries. They track comments from Todd Stern, George Soros and Interior Secretary Ken Salazar.
11 Dec 2009
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Oil is down roughly 13 percent since October, and the EIA reports that petroleum product consumption is at its lowest since July. Elliott Gue of The Energy Letter and The Energy Strategist joins Clean Skies News for a closer look at how these numbers are affected by storage capacity and how gas production will proceed in the coming year.
11 Dec 2009
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Clean Skies News reports from day 5 of climate talks in Copenhagen, as EU leaders in Brussels say they have agreed to commit $3.6 billion a year until 2012 to help poorer countries combat global warming. Margaret Ryan gives analysis. We hear from European Commission Chief Climate Negotiator, Artur Runge-Metzger. And Lee Patrick Sullivan gives us a tour of the first commercial scale biomass plant just outside of Copenhagen.
11 Dec 2009
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Clean Skies News' Lee Patrick Sullivan gives a tour of a commercial biomass plant just outside of Copenhagen that converts straw into ethanol.
12 Dec 2009
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Week 2 of UN World Climate talks have started in Copenhagen, leaving five days left for world negotiators to try to strike a substantive deal on climate change. Clean Skies News is there with team coverage and comments from UK Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Miliband, Executive Director of International Energy Agency (IEA) Nobuo Tanaka, South Africa Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Chesapeake Energy CEO, Aubrey McClendon.
15 Dec 2009
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Danes get 20% of their energy from off-shore wind farms. Clean Skies News tours one of the biggest farms, and talks to American and Danish officials on why they believe wind can be a sustainable form of energy.
15 Dec 2009
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