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Tokyo bought into recycling for the Olympic Games

Gaston Gazette 30 Jul 2021
Turns out that the European Football Federation decided to use all of the pre-branded information, logos and other advertisements that would have been wasted and play through their tournament with last year’s date ... So, starting with the games’ name and logo, there was no thought of rebranding, as that would be wasteful.
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Winning first Olympic gold, Chinese young shuttlers reach pinnacle of Tokyo 2020

China.dot.org 30 Jul 2021
"I had thought of several celebration gestures if we won the gold medal, but at that moment all of the plans were wasted and my head went totally blank!" Wang said ... Taking on the two-time world champions and gold medalists at 2018 Asian Games Zheng/Huang, Wang and Huang needed more than luck to clinch a victory.
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Romania's Roman gold mines get UNESCO heritage status

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 30 Jul 2021
Rosia Montana, located in western Romania, is home to Europe's largest gold deposits ... The mining project, which the Romanian government owned a 20% stake in, also would involve razing four mountain tops, displacing hundreds of local families and leaving behind a waste lake containing cyanide, a toxic chemical used in the process of gold extraction.
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Pena: Hidilyn’s medal made from recycled material

Sun Star 29 Jul 2021
Did you know that Hidilyn’s gold medal, and all the 2020 Tokyo Olympic medals for that matter, were made from recycled metals? Yes, they were sourced from discarded electronic waste, or E-waste ... From these E-wastes, approximately 32 kilograms (kgs) of gold, 3,500 kgs of Silver and 2,200 kgs of bronze were extracted.
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Tata Motors launches Ace Gold Petrol CX starting at ₹3.99 lakh

Live Mint 29 Jul 2021
The new Tata Ace Gold Petrol CX is expected to be used as a medium of last-mile delivery, which includes market logistics, distribution of fruits, vegetables, and Agri products, beverages & bottles, FMCG and FMCD goods, e-commerce, parcel & courier, furniture, packed LPG ...
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Eight ways the Tokyo 2020 Olympics are sustainable: from cardboard beds to recycled medals

The National 28 Jul 2021
The Tokyo Games has set out to ensure it is the most sustainable Olympics yet, with a number of measures in place to cut waste and emissions ... The recycling effort yielded 32kg of gold, 3,500kg of silver and 2,200kg of bronze from 6.2 million old phones.Plastic podiums.
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What’s the point of Olympic teams?

Ekathimerini 28 Jul 2021
The 10 gold medals that we won at the 2016 games was one of our worst-ever results. Each gold medal costs Australian taxpayers $AU34 million dollars ... This is the main reason why Australians no longer win so many gold medals ... It wastes scarce public money that would be better spent on doctors, nurses and physical-education teachers.
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CLIFT | In 'Snake Eyes' the dialogue is about as silly as the toys it's ...

The Mercury 28 Jul 2021
Henry Golding, a Malaysian actor we know from “Crazy Rich Asians” and “A Simple Favor,” is pretty good in the new movie “Snake Eyes.” Then, too, the sets look nice. Not as nice as the sets in last week’s horror movie “Escape Room ... Poor Golding plays the title character ... Why? ... Joes ... Maybe Golding won’t be wasting additional time on movies based on toys ... .
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Japan beats US 2-0, turns incredible DP to win softball gold

The Daily Post-Athenian 28 Jul 2021
Japan won its second straight Olympic softball gold medal, beating the United States 2-0 Tuesday night behind 39-year-old Yukiko Ueno in an emotional repeat of the 2008 victory in Beijing ... Ueno had pitched a five-hitter to win the 2008 gold medal game ... remained stuck at three softball golds after victories of 1996, 2000 and 2004.
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Japan edges United States for softball title

TDT News 28 Jul 2021
Japan won its second straight Olympic softball gold medal, beating the United States 2-0 on Tuesday night behind 39-year-old Yukiko Ueno in an emotional repeat of the 2008 victory in Beijing ... Ueno had pitched a five-hitter to win the 2008 gold medal game ... remained stuck at three softball golds after victories of 1996, 2000 and 2004.
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Japan stings U.S., wins gold medal game

The Star Democrat 28 Jul 2021
Japan won its second straight Olympic softball gold medal, beating the United States 2-0 Tuesday night behind 39-year-old Yukiko Ueno in an emotional repeat of the 2008 victory in Beijing ... Ueno had pitched a five-hitter to win the 2008 gold medal game ... remained stuck at three softball golds after victories of 1996, 2000 and 2004.
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Japan beats U.S. 2-0, turns incredible double play to win softball gold

The Spokesman-Review 28 Jul 2021
Japan won its second straight Olympic softball gold medal, beating the United States 2-0 Tuesday night behind 39-year-old Yukiko Ueno in an emotional repeat of the 2008 victory in Beijing ... Ueno had pitched a five-hitter to win the 2008 gold medal game ... remained stuck at three softball golds after victories of 1996, 2000 and 2004.
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Jersey Shore: Saffire Matos calls Jenn Harley a ‘low class loser’ tells her to ‘stop ...

m&c 27 Jul 2021
Saffire wasted no time calling out the alleged fake commenter and had some choice words for the person she assumed was Jenn ... One follower in particular, under the username @alicia.jameson1995, referred to Saffire as a “gold digger” and accused her of constantly bragging about money.
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Laos sees record 932 mln USD trade value in June

China.dot.org 27 Jul 2021
... and food factory waste. Meanwhile, Laos exported mainly copper ore, bananas, mixed gold (gold bars), cassava, clothes, raw coffee, sugar, rubber, fruit (watermelons, passion fruit and tamarind) and sawn wood.
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Russian team topples American powerhouse with Simone Biles out

The Spokesman-Review 27 Jul 2021
The country — barred at the Olympics from using its name, flag or anthem over a systemic doping scandal — swept the gymnastics team gold medals, among the most coveted at the Summer Games ... “We did not waste our chance.”. The women hung gold medals around each other’s necks, and the Russian composer Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No.
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