The cast will also include Lisa Joyce, Penelope Allen, two-time Tony winner Stephen Spinella, Glenn Fitzgerald, Harris Yulin, Austin Jones, Jim Broaddus, Scott Parkinson and Daniel Morgan Shelley. Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on May 10, 2015 Tickets are now on sale to see Peter Sarsgaard as the titular sweet prince in Hamlet. Directed by Austin Pendleton, the production will play a limited engagement March 27 through May 10 at Classic Stage Company off-Broadway. Opening night is set for April 15. William Shakespeare’s iconic revenge tragedy finds Prince Hamlet consumed with grief and determined to avenge his father’s apparent murder, with devastating consequences for his family and the kingdom. View Comments Hamlet
The latest move follows KLP’s announcement in May that it was taking its tolerance threshold for coal as a component of businesses it would invest in to the minimum practical level of 5%.At the time the pension fund said this threshold was necessary as it was hard to get accurate information from companies on all revenue below this level.The coal sands move announced today has involved KLP excluding four Canadian companies and one Russian firm from its investments. Norway’s NOK692bn (€69bn) municipal pension fund Kommunal Landspensjonskasse (KLP) and its funds subsidiary KLP Funds are to sell the shares and bonds of five companies with oil sands activities as the group takes more climate-orientated action.Sverre Thornes, KLP’s chief executive, said: “By going coal and oil sands free, we are sending a strong message on the urgency of shifting from fossil to renewable energy.”KLP said it has decided to lower its tolerance threshold for investing in companies involved in oil sands activities, and now firms with more than 5% of their business in this fossil-fuel area will be excluded from its portfolios.This threshold had already been lowered to 30% back in December 2017. Source: Cenovus Energy Inc.Cenovus Energy’s Christina Lake oil sands projectThese are Canadian firms Cenovus Energy, Suncor Energy, Imperial Oil (which is 69.6% owned by ExxonMobil), and Husky Energy and Russia’s Tatneft PAO, the pension fund said.More than NOK305m of equity holdings have been sold and NOK229m of bonds, for a divestment totalling €53m.Thornes said KLP was continuing to reduce its exposure to companies involved in an activity not aligned to a two-degrees Celsius maximum warming target.“As the largest pension fund in Norway, KLP also wants to send a signal to the markets that oil sands should not form part of the current and future energy supply,” Thornes said, adding that KLP hoped other large asset managers would follow its example.Nobel Foundation runs sustainability footprint on listed equitiesNobel Foundation has assessed the sustainability footprint of its listed equity portfolio, which consists of 10 externally managed strategies.The underlying funds were assessed individually in addition to an aggregate analysis.According to a statement from Impact-Cubed, which was hired to carry out the assessment, the test showed that the aggregated investments have a positive net sustainability impact overall, with especially strong results regarding environmental externalities – carbon, waste, and water efficiency – and the alignment of products and services with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.“A net positive outcome across a total portfolio is not at all a given even for an asset owner who select their managers based on sustainability criteria,” said Impact-Cubed founder Larry Abele.“There is a large variation in the focus and strategies employed by ESG funds, which can result in them cancelling out each other’s benefits at total portfolio level,” he added. “If an asset owner is not paying attention to this, they may be invested in a climate fund and a governance quality fund who when put together yield a set of climate and governance exposures indistinguishable from an index-tracking portfolio.”Ulrika Berman, chief investment officer of the foundation, which is tasked with maintaining the value of the Nobel Prize, said: “Integrating sustainability into the selection and monitoring of individual managers is becoming established practice, but we are also thinking about impact in a systematic way in terms of our entire equity portfolio.”According to a statement, the SEK4.3bn (€422m) investor will repeat the footprinting exercise every six months.Magnus Dahlquist, a finance professor at the Stockholm School of Economics, sits on the Nobel Foundation’s investment committee and was one of the academics who supported the development of Impact-Cubed’s methodology in its early years.NEST launches responsible investment video for membersUK defined contribution (DC) provider NEST has launched a short video giving detailed information to members about its responsible investment approach in an accessible way.The video is the result of feedback from members and pensions experts, including a survey commissioned to better understand and engage with members, which found almost two-thirds (63%) of NEST savers said they want to know more about the pension scheme’s status as a responsible investor.The animation, which lasts around two-and-a-half minutes, emphasises the importance of responsible investing in a changing world, in a simple straightforward way.The video, the first in a series, will be available to members and the public on NEST’s website, as well as being made available to employers to host on their intranet.Helen Dowsey, Nest’s director of employer & intermediary experience, said: “One of our key findings was that members want more details on how NEST invests responsibly and more simplified information on our investment strategy illustrated in a digestible and relatable manner. So we’re producing videos like this one, which highlights how we’re managing our members’ money.”She said that upcoming videos would cover topics such as encouraging and helping members to log in for the first time, and “top ten tips” for employers to help them navigate the system.The video can be seen here.
Read Also: Fabregas: Arsenal Need FA Cup Trophy More Than Chelsea “If anyone wants to see his mentality then it’s been shown since restart. He’s been fantastic for us. He’s been fantastic this season. “He’s shown the right attitude so I would expect nothing less than what he’s shown already – that’s Willian for you.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The head coach said: “N’Golo Kante and Willian are in the squad and we’ll see if they’re fit to be in the starting XI. “Ruben Loftus-Cheek has got a small problem he picked up yesterday, so he’s out of the game.” Saturday’s game at Wembley could be Willian’s last domestic game for Chelsea, with his contract due to expire at the end of the season.Advertisement Promoted ContentWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?TV Characters Who Hated Each Other But Later Became FriendsThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?10 Irresistibly Beautiful Asian Actresses7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Mysterious Discoveries Archaeologists Still Can’t Explain8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our Future7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black Holes7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value Willian, who has been at Stamford Bridge since August 2013, has been offered an extension by Chelsea, but has also received offers from Barcelona and Inter Miami. He is set to decide his future after this weekend, and Lampard said of the Brazilian winger: “I’ve known Willian for many years now, first as a player and now as a coach. Loading… Chelsea have received a huge boost ahead of the FA Cup final with the news that N’Golo Kante and Willian have both recovered from injury in time to face Arsenal on Saturday. Kante has not played for the Blues since coming off with a hamstring problem during their 3-0 win over Watford on July 4, while Willian missed last week’s victory against Wolves with an unspecified injury. However, Frank Lampard says both players will be in the squad for the cup final, although he had less encouraging news regarding Ruben Loftus-Cheek.
Frank Lampard’s tenure as Chelsea manager got off to an awful start with a 4-0 humbling against Manchester United at Old Trafford.Despite the scoreline, Chelsea were on top for large amounts of the game but were picked off by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men.Solskjaer will be first to admit the display was far from perfect, but this win was just the tonic after a summer of discontent.Chelsea had started the brighter on Sunday and Tammy Abraham and Emerson Palmieri efforts off the woodwork bookended an entertaining opening period in which Rashford’s spot-kick was the difference.Lampard’s new-look side continued to show promise as the second half got under way, only for United to show a ruthless edge sorely lacking in recent seasons.Harry Maguire, this week made the most expensive defender in history, won the ball, starting a move that ended with Martial celebrating the return of his number nine jersey by turning in an Andreas Pereira cross.Chelsea were punch-drunk and Paul Pogba put a summer of speculation behind him by superbly putting in Rashford to fire home.New boy James came off the bench to score a deflected effort in front of the Stretford End following more fine work by Pogba and, if that was not enough, United kept a clean sheet.Solskjaer named the youngest starting line-up seen in the Premier League this weekend, while Chelsea’s side also had an accent on youth as Mason Mount and Abraham started.The decision to select the latter looked bold given Olivier Giroud was on the bench, yet four minutes in the academy graduate turned smartly and unleashed a fierce shot that smacked the far post.Pedro struck wide and Cesar Azpilicueta sent over a threatening cross during a fine Chelsea start, with Mount trying his luck from distance as the away fans chanted, ‘Just like London, your city is blue’.Lampard’s side were showing potential but United’s attacking options were unsettling. A high press forced Kurt Zouma into an early mistake that Martial should have done better with and things soon got worse for the Chelsea man.Referee Anthony Taylor allowed play to continue after a tactical foul during a United break, which ended with Rashford being fouled by the Frenchman in the box.The decision was rubber-stamped by a VAR check and Rashford followed a stuttered run-up with an unerring finish.United looked to kick on after the opener but Martial’s radar, as was some of his decision-making – something that allowed Ross Barkley, who earlier went close, to test captain David De Gea.Aaron Wan-Bissaka was impressing but he was involved in the defensive confusion that led to Emerson striking the bar late in the first half.Chelsea continued in the ascendancy after the break, with Pedro seeing an effort deflect over and Emerson stinging the palms.An overzealous Abraham challenge on Scott McTominay remained a yellow card after a VAR review against a rattled United side, who were creating precious little.However, a tackle by Maguire on the edge of his own box started a move that would bring about a 65th-minute goal.Solskjaer’s side continued to push after the initial break fizzled out, with Pereira making space for himself and sending in a cross that Martial was able to bundle home.Old Trafford erupted, just as it would again two minutes later. Pogba may have been in his own half but he spotted Rashford’s run, with the forward keeping his cool after being picked out to slot home.The feel-good factor even saw divisive former manager Jose Mourinho serenaded, but soon Solskjaer’s name was filling the air.Pogba burst forwards with pace and power before feeding the ball to James, whose effort clipped Emerson and beat Kepa Arrizabalaga to seal a 4-0 triumph. Source: talkSPORT