The European Union needs to more than triple its storage capacity by 2030 to adequately support its green transition goals.
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Historians, librarians and IT specialists from around the world have joined forces since the invasion began to form an online army to back up everything from websites to libraries.
Many have headed for Georgia, Turkey and Armenia, drawn by visa-free regimes and pre-existing Russian communities, but not all have been welcomed with open arms.
Rights advocates say intrusive solutions could already be so entrenched that personal privacy is the long-term price many people may yet pay.
In Italy, where more experienced or highly ranked Glovo riders get priority when it comes to choosing working shifts, new apps are being used by novice gig workers to get orders.
By cutting off access to China's power grid, with its plentiful supply of affordable renewable energy, the new restrictions could push miners toward dirtier sources of electricity.
Ireland introduced a legal right for employees to not respond to emails, telephone calls or other messages during nonwork hours from April 1.