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Xanthan Gum Market Research Report by Application (Drilling, Food and beverages, Oil & gas, Paper & coatings, and Personal care product) - Global Forecast to 2025 - Cumulative Impact of COVID-19New York, April 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Xanthan Gum Market Research Report by Application - Global Forecast to 2025 - Cumulative Impact of COVID-19" - https://www.reportlinker.com/p05911965/?utm_source=GNW Market Statistics:The report provides market sizing and forecast across five major currencies - USD, EUR GBP, JPY, and AUD. This helps organization leaders make better decisions when currency exchange data is readily available.1. The Global Xanthan Gum Market is expected to grow from USD 897.15 Million in 2020 to USD 1,252.91 Million by the end of 2025.2. The Global Xanthan Gum Market is expected to grow from EUR 786.64 Million in 2020 to EUR 1,098.57 Million by the end of 2025.3. The Global Xanthan Gum Market is expected to grow from GBP 699.32 Million in 2020 to GBP 976.63 Million by the end of 2025.4. The Global Xanthan Gum Market is expected to grow from JPY 95,749.09 Million in 2020 to JPY 133,717.80 Million by the end of 2025.5. The Global Xanthan Gum Market is expected to grow from AUD 1,302.78 Million in 2020 to AUD 1,819.39 Million by the end of 2025.Market Segmentation & Coverage:This research report categorizes the Xanthan Gum to forecast the revenues and analyze the trends in each of the following sub-markets:Based on Application, the Xanthan Gum Market studied across Drilling, Food and beverages, Oil & gas, Paper & coatings, Personal care product, and Pharmaceutical. Based on Geography, the Xanthan Gum Market studied across Americas, Asia-Pacific, and Europe, Middle East & Africa. The Americas region surveyed across Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and United States. The Asia-Pacific region surveyed across Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, South Korea, and Thailand. The Europe, Middle East & Africa region surveyed across France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, United Arab Emirates, and United Kingdom. Company Usability Profiles:The report deeply explores the recent significant developments by the leading vendors and innovation profiles in the Global Xanthan Gum Market including Archer Daniels Midland Company, Cargill, Incorporated, Deosen Biochemical Ltd., DuPont de Nemours, Inc, FMC Corporation, Fufeng Group Company Limited, Hebei Xinhe Biochemical Co, Ingredion Incorporated, J.M. Huber Corporation, Jungbunzlauer Suisse AG, Koninklijke DSM N.V., MeiHua Holdings Group Co, Meihua Holdings Group Co., Ltd., Merck KGaA, SNP, Inc., Solvay S.A., Spectrum Chemical Manufacturing Corporation, Stepan Company, TIC Gums, Inc., Unionchem CO.,Ltd., Univar Solutions Inc., Wego Chemical Group, and Zoranoc Oilfield Chemical. Cumulative Impact of COVID-19:COVID-19 is an incomparable global public health emergency that has affected almost every industry, so for and, the long-term effects projected to impact the industry growth during the forecast period. Our ongoing research amplifies our research framework to ensure the inclusion of underlaying COVID-19 issues and potential paths forward. The report is delivering insights on COVID-19 considering the changes in consumer behavior and demand, purchasing patterns, re-routing of the supply chain, dynamics of current market forces, and the significant interventions of governments. The updated study provides insights, analysis, estimations, and forecast, considering the COVID-19 impact on the market.FPNV Positioning Matrix:The FPNV Positioning Matrix evaluates and categorizes the vendors in the Xanthan Gum Market on the basis of Business Strategy (Business Growth, Industry Coverage, Financial Viability, and Channel Support) and Product Satisfaction (Value for Money, Ease of Use, Product Features, and Customer Support) that aids businesses in better decision making and understanding the competitive landscape.Competitive Strategic Window:The Competitive Strategic Window analyses the competitive landscape in terms of markets, applications, and geographies. The Competitive Strategic Window helps the vendor define an alignment or fit between their capabilities and opportunities for future growth prospects. During a forecast period, it defines the optimal or favorable fit for the vendors to adopt successive merger and acquisition strategies, geography expansion, research & development, and new product introduction strategies to execute further business expansion and growth.The report provides insights on the following pointers:1. Market Penetration: Provides comprehensive information on the market offered by the key players2. Market Development: Provides in-depth information about lucrative emerging markets and analyzes the markets3. Market Diversification: Provides detailed information about new product launches, untapped geographies, recent developments, and investments4. Competitive Assessment & Intelligence: Provides an exhaustive assessment of market shares, strategies, products, and manufacturing capabilities of the leading players5. Product Development & Innovation: Provides intelligent insights on future technologies, R&D activities, and new product developmentsThe report answers questions such as:1. What is the market size and forecast of the Global Xanthan Gum Market?2. What are the inhibiting factors and impact of COVID-19 shaping the Global Xanthan Gum Market during the forecast period?3. Which are the products/segments/applications/areas to invest in over the forecast period in the Global Xanthan Gum Market?4. What is the competitive strategic window for opportunities in the Global Xanthan Gum Market?5. What are the technology trends and regulatory frameworks in the Global Xanthan Gum Market?6. What are the modes and strategic moves considered suitable for entering the Global Xanthan Gum Market?Read the full report: https://www.reportlinker.com/p05911965/?utm_source=GNWAbout ReportlinkerReportLinker is an award-winning market research solution. 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doTERRA illustrates commitment to the environment through conservation, restoration, community development and wise use doTERRA’s Co-Impact Sourcing model focuses on ethical and environmentally beneficial sourcing methods, while ensuring that smallscale farmers have the tools and resources to supply pure essential oils well beyond the foreseeable future. PLEASANT GROVE, UTAH, April 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- As the world’s largest essential oils company, doTERRA is in a unique position to source and share pure essential oils, and make a positive impact in communities and native environments all around the world. doTERRA’s Co-Impact Sourcing model focuses on ethical and environmentally beneficial sourcing methods, while ensuring that smallscale farmers have the tools and resources to supply pure essential oils well beyond the foreseeable future. Some of doTERRA’s recent environmental sustainability initiatives include: Planting over 130,000 trees in Hawaii’s largest native reforestation effort over the past two years. doTERRA plans to plant another 100,000 trees in 2021.Removing 32,500 invasive Douglas Fir trees from the Queenstown Region of New Zealand. After the essential oil is removed from the tree, the trees are turned into mulch and used to plant native trees in their place.In Kenya, we have planted over 10 million plants, with plans to increase this to over 30 million in the next five years. This includes 7.1 million trees and nearly 3 million geranium and oregano plants. While doTERRA pursues what’s pure through sustainably and responsibly sourced essential oils, doTERRA Healing Hands focuses on empowering individuals, families, and communities through a wide-range of community development projects. These projects fall into one of seven areas of global impact including anti-trafficking, clean water and sanitation, disaster relief, empowering women, global health, self-reliance and supporting children. Each of these areas connects the stewardship of people and the earth through wise conservation and restoration efforts. “The name doTERRA means gift of the earth, and I am grateful that there is a clear understanding of ethical stewardship throughout the organization as we pursue pure products and the pure love of humanity,” said Emily Wright, Founding Executive, Global Leadership Development. “From the largest native reforestation project in Hawaii to ensuring our sourcing partners have access to clean water in Nepal, doTERRA is committed to being part of the solution no matter the cause, and we’re inviting others to join in the effort.” doTERRA is encouraging people to Engage in Good by finding ways to make positive, sustainable change close to home. Ideas for Earth Day include: Learn about the problems surrounding environmental issues in order to help find solutions.Be mindful of the use of resources and working to prevent waste.Building awareness by sharing stats, graphics, and other information on social media to help spread the word about environmental issues and enable others to get involved.Participate in local service projects that provide positive environmental impact. Learn more about how doTERRA is being an environmental steward through our sourcing and philanthropic efforts. About doTERRA dōTERRA® International is an integrative health and wellness company and the world leader in the Global Aromatherapy and Essential Oils market. dōTERRA sources, tests, manufactures and distributes CPTG Certified Pure Tested Grade® essential oils and essential oil products to over nine million dōTERRA Wellness Advocates and customers. Through industry leading responsible sourcing practices, dōTERRA maintains the highest levels of quality, purity and sustainability in partnership with local growers around the world through Cō-Impact Sourcing®. The dōTERRA Healing Hands Foundation®, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, offers resources and tools to global sourcing communities and charitable organizations for self-reliance, healthcare, education, sanitation, and the fight against human trafficking. Through the life-enhancing benefits of essential oils, dōTERRA is changing the world one drop, one person, one community at a time. To learn more, visit www.doTERRA.com. Attachment Kenya_Geranium-Farmers CONTACT: Kevin Wilson doTERRA email@example.com
Increasing focus on proteomics and genomics research, rising need to separate monoclonal antibodies from impurities, and growing application of chromatography technique across various end-use industries are key factors driving market growth New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - April 22, 2021) - The global desalting and buffer exchange market size is expected to reach USD 1,691.9 Million in 2028 at a CAGR of 10.3%, according to the latest report by Reports and Data. Increasing investment in ...
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A battle between those who want to save the environment and those who want to do business in Tiny has begun. The recent leave to appeal granted by the Ministry of Environment, Conservation, and Parks launched the process for the two objecting parties: Tiny Township and the Federation of Tiny Township Shoreline Associations (FoTTSA). FoTTSA filed its application on Jan. 27, under section 38 of the Environmental Bill of Rights (EBR). Tiny Township followed suit on Jan, 29, filing under the same section of the EBR. The decision to grant the leave to appeal has been detailed in the document available online. The appeal is against CRH Canada Group Inc.'s recent renewal of permit to take water from Teedon Pit for aggregate washing. Under the company's existing permit, it is authorized to take up to 6.8 million litres of water per day for the washing of gravel and other on-site uses. The water is taken from a source pond and a production well located on the property. Coun. Tony Mintoff, who had been the most vocal council member about the issue, said he was happy about the decision. "I feel that we've adopted two principle statements that conflict with any of the operations happening there and issuance of any further permits and licences," he told MidlandToday. "It's my feeling as an individual that the township should be objecting to every application every step of the way because it's consistent with the policy statement that's been adopted." Mintoff said he couldn't comment further on behalf of the council until a discussion takes place. "I just wish I could persuade more people," he said. "I'm happy we were granted leave to appeal. That's just one of the preliminary steps in a long, winding road." A special council meeting has been called for 1:30 p.m. this afternoon to discuss next steps. Mintoff said he believed it would be an open session and residents interested in the issue could view a live stream of the session via the township's YouTube channel. When reached for comment, Lynne Archibald, secretary FoTTSA said she would reach out to her peers to gather comment. A follow-up story will be posted after more information is received. Mehreen Shahid, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, OrilliaMatters.com
WASHINGTON — This week's climate change summit features lots of talk from different nations about their goals for reducing carbon emissions. But in the weird world of national climate pledges, numbers often aren’t quite what they seem. Sometimes a 55% reduction is about equal to 50% to 52%. Sometimes it’s even less. Sometimes it’s way more. As part of the Paris climate agreement process, each nation picks its own national goals for how much greenhouse gas should be cut by 2030 and — crucially — what baseline year it starts counting from for those cuts. That makes it difficult to compare countries’ emissions-cutting pledges to see who is promising more. US AND EU GOALS Both the United States and the European Union are offering similar-sounding pledges of cutting around half their emissions by 2030. But depending on what year you start from, each can sound significantly deeper than the other. The European Union goal, newly approved by the union’s parliament, is 55% below 1990 levels. The new U.S. goal announced Thursday by President Joe Biden is 50% to 52% below 2005 levels. If you convert the European goal to the American-preferred 2005 baseline, the two are the same. The European Union goal translates to 51% below 2005 levels, which is on par with the U.S. goal, said former Obama White House environmental aide Kate Larsen, a director at the private research Rhodium Group. But if you compare them using Europe's preferred 1990 as the baseline, the 50% minimum U.S. cut is only 41%, far shy of the 55% EU goal, according to Larsen’s calculations. If you compare the numbers to 2019, the last pre-pandemic year, the U.S. goal looks more ambitious than Europe's. The minimum the United States would be cutting is about 40% from today’s level and the EU only 35%, said Niklas Hohne, a climate scientist who helps run the Climate Action Tracker, which monitors world emission pledges. WHY DIFFERENT BASELINES? The idea behind different baselines goes back to a logjam that bogged down climate talks in 2009. Developed countries that already spewed lots of carbon pollution wanted poorer nations that were counting on fossil fuels for economic development to forgo the dirtier fuels, said John Podesta, who was then-President Barack Obama’s climate czar. So a solution was struck for the 2015 Paris agreement that allowed nations to voluntarily choose their own goals tailored to each country. Those nationally designed goals also included countries choosing their own baseline years. So countries tend to choose years in which they peaked or near peaked on carbon emissions. For example, Europe, which took early action after the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, chose to keep that treaty’s 1990 baseline because it factored in early cuts. This way, Europe gets credit for acting early. DOES IT MATTER? Many developed nations' goals pretty much even out, said Nigel Purvis, who was a U.S. State Department climate negotiator for the George W. Bush and Bill Clinton administrations. “At 50%, they’re all doing a lot,” Purvis said. “The baselines are becoming less important.” HIGHER GOALS Some nations are shooting higher. University of Maryland global sustainability professor Nate Hultman pointed to Denmark, which he said did the math to see how much emissions cutting was feasible for the future and found it to be 65% below 1990 levels. Denmark then purposely set a tougher goal, 70%, counting on unforeseen changes in technology that often happen. Climate Action Tracker’s Hohne said that despite the White House’s claims, the U.S. target is not enough to keep warming to no more than 1.5 degrees Celsius since pre-industrial times, the tougher Paris agreement target. The entire world must cut its emissions in half compared to 2019, Hohne said. But Biden's new U.S. target only translates to about 40% from 2019 levels. “If you take that comparison, then it doesn’t work,’’ Hohne told The Associated Press on Thursday. NOT JUST CARBON DIOXIDE Like other nations, the U.S. goal includes methane and hydrofluorocarbon gases that trap more heat but don’t last as long as carbon dioxide. Including those in the goals allows the United States to pick low-hanging fruit to better reach its goal, Larsen said. Russian President Vladimir Putin emphasized how slashing methane pollution quickly can get the world nearly halfway to its 1.5 degree Celsius goal. Reducing methane and HFCs gets results more quickly than cutting carbon dioxide, so cutting them “can buy us a lot of time,” Larsen said. HOW TO REACH US GOAL Most of the U.S. emissions reductions — about 70% — will likely come from the power sector, Hultman said. Switching to greener electricity would more quickly reduce overall emissions because people keep their cars for almost a dozen years. Seth Borenstein, The Associated Press
26. CLEVELAND BROWNS (12-6) LAST SEASON: First-year coach Kevin Stefanski side-stepped numerous obstacles related to the COVID-19 pandemic and numerous injuries to guide the Browns to their first playoff appearance since the 2002 season and first post-season win since 1994. He watched that win over Pittsburgh from his basement after testing positive. Quarterback Baker Mayfield bounced back with a nice season (30 TDs, 9 INTs), easing concerns whether he was a long-term answer. FREE AGENCY: Lost DE Olivier Vernon, LB B.J. Goodson, S Karl Joseph, S Andrew Sendejo, OT Kendall Lamm. Released DT Sheldon Richardson. Signed DE Jadeveon Clowney, S John Johnson III, LB Anthony Walker, DE Takkarist McKinley, CB Troy Hill. Re-signed WR Rashard Higgins, K Cody Parkey, LB Malcolm Smith, PR/KR Jojo Natson. THEY NEED: CB, DT, DE, LB, G, WR. THEY DON’T NEED: QB, RB, OT. POSSIBLE FIRST PICK: Virginia Tech CB Caleb Farley, Alabama DT Christian Barmore, Georgia CB Eric Stokes, Northwestern CB Greg Newsome II, Tulsa LB Zaven Collins, Miami, Fla. DT Jaelan Phillips. OUTLOOK: General manager Andrew Berry’s roster restoration has been superb. He’s plugged holes on both sides of the ball, overhauling the defence this off-season. That could continue early in this draft with an eye on the secondary to find a potential starting cornerback in case Greedy Williams has issues with a shoulder injury that sidelined him in 2020. Don't be surprised if Berry, who enters with nine picks, moves up if he really likes one of the top cornerbacks. The surprising release last week of Richardson — two days after Clowney's signing — creates the need to find another run stopper. Berry may also look to add depth to one of the league’s best offensive lines, and potentially a young quarterback to groom as Mayfield's future backup. ___ More AP NFL coverage: https://apnews.com/hub/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL The Associated Press
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MLAOn April 8th New MLA of Last Mountain Touchwood, Travis Keisig, rose in the legislature, providing his response to the 2021 budget. Born in Balcarres, a farmer and a welder by trade, Keisig decided to formally enter the political realm after his youngest child had been accepted into University around the same time long-serving MLA Glen Hart announced his retirement. Keisig ran and became the Saskatchewan Party candidate after a contested nomination in January of 2020. Keisig’s wife Sheila is the Administrator for the Rural Municipality of Tullymet and Vice President of the Rural Municipal Administrators’ Association of Saskatchewan. They have two daughters, Shannara and Sharlize. Shannara is enrolled in the Continuing Care Aid program at Sask Polytechnic, working part-time in the community of Strasbourg at the Last Mountain Pioneer Home. Like many young people, COVID has changed career and education plans, and his daughter Sharlize works in Regina at a veterinary clinic. She will be going to school in the fall to further her education in that field. Keisig first became interested in politics around the carbon tax debate. “It’s an unfair tax that disproportionately affects rural people. It disproportionately affects Saskatchewan people. It doesn’t do anything. If in your heart and soul you believe this is going to change the environment, the data doesn’t show that. British Columbia has had a carbon tax for almost 8 or 9 years and their emissions have done nothing but go up. The statistics show that. The Supreme Court has ruled, they are the ultimate voice in Canada. We are [devising] a plan on how we are going to deal with it, it’s still in the works but it will have to be implemented in some way in the future.” Living in Shaunavon for a period, Keisig worked for an oil field construction firm before starting his own small business providing mobile welding services. Keisig said the oil field has been very good to him and that the resource sector is hurting. “You can’t touch one manufactured product in your house without having some influence of hydrocarbons. It’s so rampantly used in the manufacturing process, it’s critical for our transportation. It’s an integral part of today’s society. As much as certain governments think you can tax it out of existence, it’s not feasible.” In the budget, the Government announced that SGI would collect effective October 1st, 2021, a $150 annual tax on electric vehicles (EV). The tax will go toward road maintenance. “I am 100% in support of it. There is 15 cents from every litre of gasoline that we purchase as individuals that goes toward road maintenance… If you want to buy an electric car absolutely, go right ahead. There is nothing wrong with that… but governments have to have a vision, how do we fund our highway repairs.” Keisig gave an example that if most people switched to EV’s, it would be a considerable loss in funding highway repairs, and the loss of a revenue stream would be devastating. “Realistically we never have enough for highway repairs. Small population, massive geography and our Government has always tried to make highway infrastructure as high as a priority as possible.” “All of Saskatchewan people have always committed to paying their fair share. They have never shirked their duties and this provides all electric car owners an opportunity to do that.” Keisig said there are 407 electric cars in Saskatchewan, and the fee will raise $63,000. Keisig said the experience of becoming an MLA has been overwhelming as there is so much to learn. He noted that new MLA’s are partnered with veteran MLA’s who teach the nuances of public service. “I was very fortunate to be partnered with my neighbour Don McMorris. A very well respected man in caucus and very experienced in the political realm. His guidance and assistance has been tremendous. There are 12 new MLA’s in the Saskatchewan party, which is nearly ¼ of the caucus. There’s a lot of new ideas and some of my new colleagues. I have to give them a ton of credit. They are absolutely fearless. They will speak up in caucus meetings and bring forward their points of view. Many decisions this Government makes is caucus driven and it’s important every voter knows that their votes matter, that their representatives matter.” COVID-19 has permeated all facets of life in Saskatchewan. Many municipalities have closed their offices with staff working from home, and council meetings have moved online over Zoom. Recently, at the request of the Strasbourg town Council Keisig attended their Zoom council meeting. He heard concerns over how the Last Mountain Pioneer Home Foundation had to fundraise to replace a specialized tub when they normally fundraise for things such as activities to enhance the lives of those living there. Numerous municipalities provided money for the tub. Chief Administrative Officer Jennifer Josephson said the concern was why municipalities should pay for capital costs for Saskatchewan Health Authority facilities. Josephson said it’s not that they don’t want to help, and they did help because many people have parents and grandparents who live at the home, and it’s a large area employer but questioned why they have to use taxpayer money for a capital cost. Keisig said the council had “very valid concerns and it’s top of mind for the government and myself personally especially when my daughter is an employee there.” Premier Scott Moe has asked MLA’s not to travel in and out of the city during the spring sitting due to the current COVID risk. Keisig and his family are taking the precautions seriously as he will spend the entire sitting in Regina. He said that usually, his spouse would visit during the weekend, however on a recent Dr’s visit to the city, she came in and left without their regular visit. Keisig was recently vaccinated at the Regina drive-thru when it was his turn. He remarked as to the efficiency, professionalism and cleanliness of the site after the spring snowfall. “It is very important that people go and get vaccinated. That’s the way we are going to get through this pandemic because every person I talk to, every person in my constituency, every person in Saskatchewan we want to get back to the way we were. And we will once the vaccinations keep rolling out. We are struggling with deliveries but as soon as we get them we are putting them into people’s arms.” Keisig credits the skills he learned in 4-H with providing him with essential skills in his new role as an MLA, “I wouldn’t be here right now if it wasn’t for 4-H.” Keisig’s father, Fred, who passed away in 2013, was in 4-H as a child after Keisig’s grandfather started the Tullymet 4-H beef club. Fred then passed 4-H to his children, where Keisig learned the ropes. Keisig’s daughters carried on the tradition through their involvement with horse 4-H. “I don’t do a lot of showing beef cattle anymore but the public speaking skills I learned as a small child in 4-H - I was in 4-H up until I was 18 years - old has served me tremendously well in the job I have now. I couldn’t even imagine doing this job without learning those public speaking skills as a youth.” Keisig said the skills he learned in 4-H “has been the cornerstone of the foundation that I have built this career on. I am a huge advocate for 4H and a huge proponent.” He recommended if people have the opportunity to put their kids in 4-H, to do so. Keisig is a member of the committee on intergovernmental affairs and justice. The spring sitting started on April 6th and will conclude after six weeks on May 14th. Jennifer Argue, Local Journalism Initiative reporter Note: These reports are abridged for content - Jenifer Argue, Local Journalism Initiative reporter Note: These reports may be abridged for content Jennifer Argue, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Last Mountain Times
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Thomas P. Kelly Jr., professor and dean at Loyola Marymount University, died on April 7. He was 91. Kelly was a professor emeritus and former dean of LMU’s College of Communication and Fine Arts and School of Film. During his 29-year tenure at LMU, he won several Teacher of the Year awards and was known […]