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Facebook had long hoped that Instagram would bring more young people to its entire family of apps. Mosseri, a longtime Facebook executive, was appointed to helm Instagram. With the leadership changes, Facebook went all out to turn Instagram into a main attraction for young audiences, four former employees said. That coincided with the realization that Facebook itself, which was grappling with data privacy and other scandals, would never be a teen destination, the people said. Instagram began concentrating on the “teen time spent” data point, three former employees said. The goal was to drive up the amount of time that teenagers were on the app with features including Instagram Live, a broadcasting tool, and Instagram TV, where people upload videos that run as long as an hour. Instagram also increased its global marketing budget.

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It is claimed these CCS technologies could dramatically cut fossil fuel emissions from power plants and some industrial sectors. Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest oil exporter, requests the UN scientists delete their conclusion that "the focus of decarbonisation efforts in the energy systems sector needs to be on rapidly shifting to zero-carbon sources and actively phasing out fossil fuels". Argentina, Norway and Opec also take issue with the statement. Norway argues the UN scientists should allow the possibility of CCS as a potential tool for reducing emissions from fossil fuels. The draft report accepts CCS could play a role in the future but says there are uncertainties about its feasibility. It says "there is large ambiguity in the extent to which fossil fuels with CCS agree with would be compatible with the 2C and 1.5C targets" as set out by the Paris Agreement. Image caption, The offshore Sleipner gas field in Norway has been using CCS since 1996 Australia asks IPCC scientists to delete a reference to analysis of the role played by fossil fuel lobbyists in watering down action on climate in Australia have a peek at this website and the US. Opec also asks the IPCC to "delete 'lobby activism, protecting rent extracting business models, prevent political action'." When approached about its comments to the draft report, Opec told the BBC: "The challenge of tackling emissions has many paths, as evidenced by the IPCC report, and we need to explore them all. We need to utilise all available energies, as well as clean and more efficient technological solutions to help reduce emissions, ensuring no one is left behind." Media caption, Tony Blair on climate change: "Even though the challenge is immense, there really isn't an alternative to dealing with it" The IPCC says comments from governments are central to its scientific review process and that its authors have no obligation to incorporate them into the reports.

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