Globally [adverb]

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In it, the authors make clear that while global attention has been focused on the coronavirus pandemic — for good reason — the climate crisis and the resulting disasters facing communities around the world are just as catastrophic.

Electricity and heat production account for about a quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions, and most electricity produced in the United States still comes from fossil fuels.

General Motors announced Thursday that it is increasing its investment in electric vehicles and autonomous tech to $27 billion through 2025 — $7 billion more than prior plans — as it seeks a top global position.

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, Washington Post readers have been asking our journalists questions about the virus and the local, state, federal and global responses to it.

Then going through a pandemic and global recession, it took another major hit, losing nearly half its staff to layoffs and more than half of its advertising revenue.

Saks Fifth Avenue, for one, will take a global spin with its theme, “This is How We Celebrate,” while reminding viewers that NYC is the center of the universe.

Unfortunately, a global pandemic has kind of made this harder, so I’ve been trying to think out of the box and see what I can do outside the app world.

The president-elect has promised to rejoin the Paris Agreement against global warming on the day he’s sworn in, and campaigned on the existential threat that is climate change.

“We have full confidence in the performance” of our test, Kristen Cardillo, BD’s vice president of global communication, said in an email.

Last week, the global agency holding company continued its matchmaking ways as it once again smooshed together two agencies — Grey and AKQA — to form AKQA Group.