The Georgia Composite Medical Board (the "Board") recently promulgated proposed regulations designed to clarify the circumstances in which telemedicine may be practiced in Georgia. Comments on the proposed regulations may be submitted by May 30, 2013 and the Board will hold a public hearing on the regulations June 6, 2013.
This week we say goodbye to Manchester United’s beloved manager, Alex Ferguson, after 26 years with the club. Keep reading to revisit the career highlights of English soccer’s most successful manager. Capitol Hill was buzzing yesterday with the arrival of Prince Harry to the District. To the disappointment of Washington women, the schedule for the infamous party boy has been kept strictly to official royal duties. Atlanta will become one of 12 cities to host a rotating EU consulate and we learn over 30,000 UK jobs were created due to the London Olympics. Read on to learn how Georgia was added to the list of global production outposts for Pinewood, the studio operator for 21 of the 23 James Bond movies!
This week, we bid farewell to one of the most notable world leaders of the 20th century, Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Read on to revisit some of the “Iron Lady’s” greatest accomplishments. With the Masters Tournament underway in Augusta, Georgia, we take a look back at some of the greatest shots in Masters history. Also in Masters news, Britain hopes to end the country's 17-year drought at the tournament this weekend. We learn Delta Airlines is looking to Virgin Atlantic for a proposed joint venture on flights between North America and the United Kingdom. Read on to discover how waste from thousands of London restaurants may fuel the world’s largest fat-fuelled power station!
On April 10, 2013, the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (“DTSC”) released further changes to the proposed Safer Consumer Products (“SCP”) Regulations, with a 15-Day comment period ending at 5:00 p.m. April 25, 2013.
Britain’s Royal Ascot Horse Races has upped its prize money to $7.5 million this year. Generous as it may seem, the winnings still lag behind other prestigious horse races around the world. This week, we learn why Georgia has a real opportunity as a U.K. investment destination and how Atlanta plans to increase international exporting. The Bank of England became one of the world's most powerful central banks on Monday and KFC’s U.K./Ireland expansion is expected to create 1,600 new jobs. Read on to learn why Vogue’s “Fashion Night Out” is leaving London for Manchester Square for the first time!
This week the world met Nick D’Aloisio, UK's teenage genius that sold his iPhone app to Yahoo! for a rumored $30 million. Keep reading to get to know the boy behind the mega-deal and learn why he’s been the object of tech investors for years. We discover why lobbying the European Union could be the next step for K-Streeters and UPS expands their expedited ocean freight service to Western Europe. A Texas company will begin providing UK's search and rescue helicopter service in 2016 and google hosts a UK competition for innovative not-for-profit organizations.
This week, we discover why some campaigners are hoping to expose the City of London Corporation, the entity that has run the British capital’s financial hub for almost a thousand years. Investors believe Britain has a future in high technology manufacturing and Britain’s aerospace industry has been granted a £2bn research investment for the next seven years. We learn why Atlanta is a great location for Irish companies looking to expand in the US and why UK business travel is expected to increase this year. Read on to learn how to cast your vote for the greatest British scientific innovation of the last century!
Want to lose weight fast? According to the latest diet craze in Britain, that’s all you have to do – fast! Read on to learn the details and why Americans could start this fast-diet soon. This week we learn Georgia’s international reps will be in Atlanta on March 26 and discover how the city plans to leverage Hartsfield-Jackson’s new international terminal. Aston Martin announces production of its Rapide S model will be in UK and the Ministry of Defense will invest more than £300m for a new military transport aircraft. Keep reading to learn why UK payday lenders must change their current business practices within the next 12 weeks!
Craving a taste of the deep south? Be sure to make a visit to the Big Easy restaurant where you can dine on authentic Gulf Coast fare while you're across the pond. This week, we learn international trade in Georgia hit a record high in 2012 and the number of people working in Britain reached a new record at the end of 2012. British Airways will start offering passengers a discount on certain flights for not checking baggage and we get a taste of England with a delicious “Banoffee” pie recipe. Keep reading to learn why travel agents voted Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson the best airport in the US!
One lesson of the Tax Reform Act of 1986 – the last time we had major tax reform in the U.S. – was that those businesses and individuals who were prepared early and got actively involved in the fray tended to fare relatively better than those who stayed on the sidelines. In this respect, not all that much has changed, except that the time for pondering whether or not to participate may be much shorter this time around.
Representative Henry Waxman (D-CA) and Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), the co-chairs of the Bicameral Task Force on Climate Change, sent letters out to 300 leading U.S. companies and non-profit organizations soliciting views on climate change. Representative Waxman and Senator Whitehouse sent the letter to a broad cross-section of the business community, including large U.S. companies in the defense, oil and gas, retail, insurance, and manufacturing industries.
We are excited to launch this quarterly newsletter to coincide with National School Choice Week, an annual effort to highlight the importance and availability of quality educational options and innovative school choice programs across the country.
Attention Downton Abbey fans: this week we discover how you can get inside the actual estate. Highclere Castle, the setting for PBS's hit show, and Viking River Cruises have partnered to provide mega-fans and history buffs a unique tour throughout the remarkable castle. Prime Minster Cameron announced he will offer a vote to British citizens on whether to leave the European Union and UK's unemployment rate hit a three month low. Gatwick offers to relieve stress on Heathrow during inclement weather and millions of hamburger meat was pulled from shelves after horsemeat was found in the mix. Live Nation makes an exclusive deal to host gigs at London's Olympic Stadium and UK's first hand transplant was successfully completed.
During his inaugural address, President Obama made clear that responding to climate change will play a central role in his administration’s second term. He vowed to respond to “the threat of climate change,” noting that “the failure to do so would betray our children and future generations.”
This week we discover why London is the perfect landscape for a literary thriller. Read on to get a new city perspective from an old Londoner. The QE2 has been saved from the scrap yard by Asian investors with hopes of revitalizing the ship as a landmark cultural and tourist attraction. Leaked documents reveal the UK government may seek to prevent deepsea drilling operations and the energy and climate secretary announced most UK companies support decarbonising the electricity sector. The City of Atlanta is looking for a new International Affairs Director and Georgia Tech continues its graphene research in France.
The National Labor Relations Board eliminated two long-standing, bright-line rules favorable to employers relating to their duty to bargain: 1) the ability to discipline represented employees without first bargaining with the union; and 2) the right to refuse to produce confidential witness statements to the union in response to information requests.
Afraid of heights? If you're in the market to overcome the fear, be sure to plan your visit to The Shard, opening in London on February 1. Daring visitors will get a magnificent view from the top of the tallest building in Western Europe. This week, we learned 2012 UK car sales saw the highest jump since 2001 and British service and manufacturing firms expressed increased confidence in the later months of last year. We discover how Atlanta could benefit from a high-speed rail line and why manufacturers continue to look at Georgia. Did you have a Coca-Cola today? Read on to find out the benefits our favorite soft drink can provide to your stomach!
Happy New Year! As we begin this new year we take a look at London’s new restaurants and learn where we can sustain our new healthy resolutions with detox lunches. Keep reading to discover why Prime Minister Cameron is heading into 2013 with realism and optimism for Britain. This economic optimism is shared by the country’s businesses and retailers as manufacturing saw a 15-month high in December. Renewable energy continues to increase in the UK and electric cars are expected to double with the introduction of cheaper models and more charging locations. Read on and enjoy!
Friends, With Christmas just around the corner, we take an inside look at the royal family and the traditions passed down over the years. Should you find yourself across the pond for the holiday, keep reading to learn about the top ten Christmas-y things to do in London. For those of us in America, be sure to tune in to the Emmy Award-winning film of the Atlanta Celtic Christmas Concert featured on Georgia Public Broadcasting on December 23 and read on to learn how you can "British-up" your Christmas! In observance of the holiday, we will send out our next newsletter on January 4, 2013. Wishing you and your family a bright holiday and happy new year! Cheers! Mark
Music royalty including the Rolling Stones, the Who and Paul McCartney gathered at NYC’s Madison Square Garden on Wednesday for a concert to benefit Superstorm Sandy victims. Our firm, McKenna Long & Aldridge, is representing UK-based LINPAC Group in its sale of Ropak Packaging to BWAY Corporation, the latest in a string of transactions our Corporate Department has completed for LINPAC. Delta continues to expand with a third daily flight to London’s Heathrow Airport beginning on March 31 and UK sees more private sector jobs than ever before. London’s successful 2012 Olympics provide a blueprint of energy sustainability for future games and Coca-Cola hands over its UK corporate and public affairs to a new agency.
London's King Edward VII Hospital fell victim to an Australian radio show prank this week. Luckily, the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge is "quite stable" and both the hospital and radio show have since apologized for their misjudgment and inconvenience. Delta considers purchasing a large stake in Virgin Atlantic airlines and Global Payments, the Georgia-based payment solutions company, continues to expand in the United Kingdom. A UGA tennis player was selected for the National Who’s Who database and we discover why U.K. universities are slow to jump on the “massive online open courses” train.
For the first time in history, a foreigner will be the next Bank of England governor. Keep reading to learn why the highly successful Mark Carney is likely to receive a warm welcome as he takes on the role next summer. Georgia based mobile commerce company, CorFire, announced its new London office and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed made his second official trip to the UK and discussed US politics and infrastructure efforts. Two Atlantans are recipients of prestigious Marshall Scholarships and researchers from the University of Georgia begin to develop a diagnostic test for a leading parasitic killer. Read on to learn how storage facilities can serve as “Santa’s little helpers” this season.
In a unanimous opinion, the California Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District upheld a ruling by the Superior Court for Sacramento that enjoined the State’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (“OEHHA”) from listing two chemicals – styrene and vinyl acetate – as chemicals “known to the state to cause cancer” for purposes of the Safe Drinking Water & Toxic Enforcement Act (commonly referred to as “Proposition 65”).
With “Skyfall” opening in U.S. theaters today, what better time to go through the best of the Bond villains over the past 5 decades. Keep reading to place your vote for the best...or worst...villain. This week, we learn how Coca-Cola is honoring the U.S. Military for Veterans Day and why NHS-funded operations by private providers are increasing. Emory University offers an event for Atlanta residents to learn about U.K. theater challenges and we discover how reducing waste could help boost Britain’s economy. InterContinental Hotels Group explains the theme behind its upscale boutique brand and why they say "locals know best."
On November 6, 2012, a majority (53%) of California’s citizens voted against Proposition 37, a ballot initiative which would have required the labeling of certain genetically engineered foods.
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar recently signed a Resource Management Plan ("Plan") covering federally owned lands in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah. The plan establishes 17 Solar Energy Zones, spread out over approximately 285,000 acres of public lands that are now more readily available for development of solar facilities of 20 megawatts or greater.
After another successful NFL game at Wembley Stadium last weekend, we discover why London’s Mayor thinks the football league would be a perfect fit for the Olympic Stadium. Buddha Bar expands its global presence in London this month and UK's retail sales saw an increase last month. To boost trade between Georgia and the world, the Army Corps announced approval of the Savannah River deepening project. Penguin Books confirmed its merger with Random House and keep reading to learn the benefits of a global university partnership.
With London’s Lea Valley perfectly positioned to become the next high-tech hub, we discover why start-ups should look across the pond to launch their innovative ideas. Britain’s recent GDP figures are expected to show the economy is growing and the Royal Bank of Scotland looks to reduce its investment bank. Eurotunnel’s revenue continues to increase and we learn why the UK leads Europe in emission cuts. Fancy hard cider? You’re not alone. Read on to discover why more US drinkers are turning to cider for their fix. Cheers!
In a landmark case, Italy’s Supreme Court has ruled that mobile phones can cause cancer. This decision could result in new lawsuits in the United States and abroad.
Frequently Asked Questions about the potentially groundbreaking Proposition 37, a proposed amendment to California's Sherman Food, Drug and Cosmetic Law.
Good news for American Football fans in London: NFL Commissioner Goodell announced the league is expanding their annual one-game foray in the United Kingdom next year. Very timely news as the New England Patriots and St. Louis Rams prepare to face off at Wembley Stadium next Sunday. This week, we learn social media tips from the biggest consumer brand on Facebook, Coca-Cola, and why global business is essential to Atlanta’s economic future. Reports show strong power potential in Cornwall's Atlantic coast and the west coast of Scotland and the number of people out of work in the UK continues to decline. Keep reading to discover why university partnerships are becoming increasingly attractive.
With the 2012-2013 Premier League season underway, we take a look at the changes of player performance and sports science in the league's last 20 seasons. Delta’s “Pink Plane”, benefiting Breast Cancer Research Foundation, takes off for Europe this week and we discover why sponsors of the Olympics and Paralympics are still feeling the love from supporting the summer games. The state of Georgia sees a boost in international business and Ireland plans for its first offshore oilfield. Keep reading to learn why Cambridge University is issuing its first ever bond, 800 years after being founded.
An analytical framework of California's proposed Proposition 37 summarizing the Operative Provisions of the Initiative – the labeling requirement and the labeling prohibition, examining the Key Definitional Terms and the Exemptions that determine when and to whom the Initiative applies, and concluding by reviewing the Enforcement Provisions that determine how this law will be enforced.
Adele has done it again. The award-winning British artist released the latest 007 theme, Skyfall, at 0.07am this morning and the single has already topped the iTunes chart. The instant success of Skyfall shows it has the potential to become the first Bond theme to go #1 on the charts. This week, we learn about Coca-Cola’s successful efforts to recycle millions of bottles from the London Olympics and how Coca-Cola Enterprises is improving recycling behavior and infrastructure in Western Europe. Economists claim the UK recession is over and the NHS saw the biggest act of privatization with over 400 NHS service contracts signed. Read on to discover what U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood had to say when he took the stage at the world's largest air-cargo conference in Atlanta this week.
It’s Ryder Cup time again! While golfers from the US and around the world will face off on the Medinah Country Club course, it's the wives and girlfriends that may draw the biggest crowd this weekend. This week, we learn how Coca-Cola’s UK communications director succeeds in the ever-changing social media market and we discover the benefits of becoming a student journalist. Windfarm communities could see a break in their energy bills and Auburn University hosts global forum in Atlanta. Keep reading to learn how Georgia Tech and UK’s Newcastle University are partnering to develop innovative autism treatment and research tools.
House hunting in London? If a seven-story, 45-bedroom mansion is what you’re looking for, you’re in luck! The Hyde Park mansion of Lebanon’s late prime minister is now up for grabs. Asking for close to $500 million, the property is more than doubling UK’s previous house-price record. This week we discover a UGA graduate has been named curator of golf collections at St. Andrews and why a Nobel Prize winner will be stopping by a south Georgia university. Britain announces de-regulation of businesses in hopes of boosting the economy and the unemployment rate continues to fall in the UK. Keep reading to learn why four of Britain’s universities are ranked in the top six in the world.
International maritime shipping is central to global trade in a world of increasingly interdependent countries. Now, a key segment of this industry faces intense legal scrutiny. Late last week, top antitrust enforcers in Japan, Europe, and the United States launched investigations of international car shipping companies over concerns that the companies colluded to fix prices and allocate customers.
The Fighting Irish and the local Irish gathered in Dublin last weekend to watch Notre Dame take on the Navy Midshipmen. While the game was dominated by Notre Dame, both teams were excited to be across the pond to play the first college Emerald Isle Classic since 1996. This week, we discover how Georgia and the U.K. are partnering digitally and why Britain could be emerging from the recession. The Coca-Cola Foundation awards $10.5 million in grants and the coast of Scotland plans for the world’s largest offshore wind farm. Read on to learn how Glasgow Housing Association is helping higher education students.
This week, we take look back at the British rock band, Dire Straits, and how these Brothers in Arms became one of the world's most commercially successful bands. Georgia exporting saw a boost from the same period last year and we discover why the NHS “brand” could be going global. In an effort to be more “green”, UPS is letting their customers opt in to a carbon offset fee when shipping their packages. The Jacksonville Jaguars announced they will play four games in London from 2013-2016 making this team the anchor for the NFL’s annual game abroad. Keep reading to learn why European consumers are now forsaking daily visits to the local café.
Although the summer games wrapped last Sunday, Britain’s Culture Secretary announced his plans for a tourism boost to last through the decade. Tebow and judo? Tom Brady and table tennis? We take a look at NFL players and the Olympic sports they could dominate, given the chance. Read on to learn which Olympic sponsors topped the charts and what return they can expect from their lofty investment. This week, we learn the background of a London landmark, the Battersea Power Station, and how the property became such hotly contested real estate in 2012. The structure has become very special to me as one of my favorite train rides on the Gatwick Express runs directly under its shadow. Traveling by the abandoned property reminds me that I'm usually en route to see some of my best British friends in the Gatwick Diamond region south of London. Thank you, Jeremy Taylor, for introducing me to your professional organization and its members.
The Army this week released its RFP for up to $7 billion in renewable energy purchases. This release finalizes the draft RFP issued in February, 2012 and makes important changes and clarifications. The RFP and the accompanying FAQ's reflect modifications to the draft in response to over 900 industry questions and comments.
As the summer games come to an end this weekend, we take a look at some of the remarkable events that occurred in London over the past two weeks. Beach volleyball icons, Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh Jennings, reflect on their third and final gold-winning match together. This week, Great Britain reached the 50 medal mark when British athletes took the gold and bronze in the individual dressage event. For the most part, the Olympics have taken over London, but for those who don’t fancy the games, it could be the best time to explore the city’s most posh spots. Georgia sees partnership potential with Liverpool and we take a look at the newest higher education trend, Massive Open Online Courses. Atlanta travelers flying into and out of the world’s busiest airport will soon see a new landscape staring up at them, a massive Porsche logo. Keep reading to learn what else the European automaker has in store for its Atlanta Experience Center opening next year.
If you’re lucky enough to be in London for these exciting Olympic games, keep your eyes peeled for heaps of celebrity sightings. Celebs from around the globe have made their way to the great city for the spectacular affair. Atlanta's most informative and internationally focused newspaper, Global Atlanta, caught up with me this week to discuss my experience with the Olympic games and London. Keep reading to discover why Atlanta could be the next city with a London Eye and how Britain is going to boost its manufacturing sector. A Georgia State grad has been named to head Coca-Cola International and Skanska UK’s operating profit increases. Read on to learn what cities can expect after hosting the Olympic games!
On July 27, 2012, the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (“DTSC”) released proposed regulations implementing AB 1879, a California Green Chemistry Initiative law enacted in 2008, which establish an entirely new paradigm of chemical and product regulation.
The Olympics are here! While the summer games have dominated the headlines in London, I am proud to publicize that my friend, Governor Mitt Romney, is here to pay tribute to the Olympics and our closest ally, the United Kingdom. He has represented our country beautifully on his many visits here and I'm honored to have seen him on his international visit. After we all tune in to watch the torch reach its final destination tonight, be prepared to see more women athletes on the field with a title in addition to champion...Mom. This week we learn why women are no longer retiring after having children and why these mothers are the athletes to beat in the 2012 summer games. All the Olympic buzz and British accents have you longing to be across the pond? Read on to discover where you can quench your English thirst locally. Coca-Cola has always been a major Olympics partner, but this summer the world’s largest beverage company launches their biggest activation ever. Keep reading to learn what you can expect to see over the next few weeks!
Olympic buzz is here! From the airports, the beautiful London Parks, the restaurants, hotels, and cab drivers, everyone is prepared for the world to seize on this great city! But being the golf lover that I am, I find myself watching the "Open Championship" at one of my favorite pubs this Friday afternoon as rain threatens outside. FYI - I learned an early lesson being in the U.K., it's the "Open Championship" not the "British Open" as I have always referred to it. That being said, despite the gentle weather, bunkers still got the best of some at the start of The Open Championship on Thursday. This week, Coca-Cola launched its Future Flame campaign featuring inspirational young people who have been selected to run with the Olympic Torch. We discovered U.K. bonds are now some of the most competitive in the world and how the Olympics have helped lower unemployment in Britain. British holiday travel searches saw a 20% boost from last year and the U.K. Energy Secretary continues to resist pressure to reduce subsidies for the green energy industry. Read on to learn why the U.K. was ranked the most energy efficient economy in the world! Cheers! Mark
This week we saw the conclusion of another great Wimbledon tennis tournament. As one fortunate enough to attend the world class sporting event this year, I can only compare the greatness of venue, setting, fans, and talent of the athletes, to that of the Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Georgia. Special thanks to my friends at First Sports International for their wonderful hospitality and giving me the opportunity to attend. For this week's "Did you know", I could not help myself in recognizing The Rolling Stones as they celebrate their 50th anniversary as a band! Like many Americans, I grew up listening to the legendary British group that many consider the "World's Greatest Rock and Roll Band." While I have many favorites, the album "Tattoo You" and the song "Waiting on a Friend" bring back memories from years I will not disclose, for fear of dating myself. Keep reading to revisit the Stones’ road to iconic stardom that began in London’s Marquee Jazz Club in 1962. The University of Oxford received an exceedingly generous gift from an alum living in America and a British finance firm with a humble office in Kennesaw, Georgia, helps U.S. companies increase their global trade. Atlanta joins the national Making Global Local initiative targeting emerging economies as export destinations and Georgia-based NCR is recognized as Global 100 firm for IT outsourcing.
Cobalt Partners L.P. v. GSC Capital Corp., 944 NYS2d 30 (1st Dept 2012), a recent decision of New York’s Appellate Division, First Department, is noteworthy because it provides clear guidance on several issues that arise when a disappointed contracting party is faced with a bankrupt counterparty.
The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations continued in Scotland when Her Highness knighted her grandson, Prince William, into the Order of the Thistle. The honor is considered the highest in the country and the ever-fashionable Kate was in attendance to observe Thursday’s royal ceremony. London optimistically awaits the economic boost from the upcoming Olympic games and the Shard experiences a downturn in interested space lessees. Manchester United owners look to pay off a portion of ownership and we learn why Georgia will receive a portion of GlaxoSmithKline’s $3 billion settlement.
The Duke of Wellington’s celebrated warhorse, Copenhagen, will be honored at Wellington College in Berkshire. The14ft bronze statue is set to be unveiled as part of the university’s 150 year anniversary celebration. Read more to find out what makes this horse so extraordinary. This week, we learn of Delta’s first UK soccer club sponsorship and why Euro 2012 was so significant for Greece, despite its loss to Germany. Euro zone officials explain the pros of an orderly Greece exit and Dutch accountants suggest reform efforts that would make Europe appealing to international investors again. Keep reading to learn why Coca-Cola continues to sponsor major events like the Olympics.
Wimbledon begins this Monday and tennis fans everywhere will tune in to watch the tournament's excitement unfold over the next two weeks. Keep reading to learn 10 Wimbledon facts you can share that will make even the most amateur player sound like a tennis pro. U.K.’s May retail sales hint to positive activity for the country’s economy and Prime Minister Cameron suggests the eurozone crisis may continue for some time. We discover Britain’s public sector jobs drop to the lowest level since 2003 and Coca-Cola releases records showing successful sustainability efforts. Keep reading to learn how U.K. students are being encouraged to study abroad with discounted fees.
This week, we learn the Royal Bank of Scotland has honored the Queen with a Diamond Jubilee £10 banknote featuring images of the Queen throughout her 60 year-reign. Britain’s financial officials announced new measures to protect the economy from further crisis and London prepares for the games and anticipates a boost in tourist spending. Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed plans to hire three professionals for the city’s new international affairs office and Coca-Cola introduces a new bottle in the U.K. Keep reading to learn why broadcasters are paying a pretty penny to watch England’s Premier League!
As the celebrations continue, we discover the tower housing Big Ben will be renamed in Queen Elizabeth’s honor. The distinguished tribute mirrors that of Queen Victoria’s, the only other monarch to celebrate a Diamond Jubilee. This week, we learn Atlanta company, Zep Inc., acquires its second British company and the royal family prepares for the future of the monarchy. UK’s business secretary unveils a new proposal for job creation and British universities worry tough immigration laws will deter students from choosing England for their abroad location. Attending the summer games? Read on to learn why Olympic tourists should make time for UK’s countryside during their visit!
Omega, this summer’s Olympic time-keeper, released its new ad campaign featuring London’s most legendary rock band, the Rolling Stones. The commercial’s fitting combination of “Start Me Up” and the summer’s top athletes, has already received praise by many. UK's minister for climate change spoke about energy saving at the Metro Atlanta Chamber meeting and May retail sales saw a positive spike across the pond. Britain’s CBI lobbies for more government funding to boost investing as UK’s green economy continues to surge. Read on to learn why 15 technical colleges plan to open in the next two years.