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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gcm Resources Plc LSE:GCM London Ordinary Share GB00B00KV284 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.025 0.49% 5.125 5.00 5.25 5.275 5.125 5.25 286,349 08:00:21
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Coal Mining Services 0 -1.32M -0.0054 -9.48 12.53M
Gcm Resources Plc is listed in the Coal Mining Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GCM. The last closing price for Gcm Resources was 5.10p. Over the last year, Gcm Resources shares have traded in a share price range of 0.85p to 12.50p.

Gcm Resources currently has 245,596,374 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Gcm Resources is £12.53 million. Gcm Resources has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -9.48.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/4/2024
17:35
Boomtown. Another cracking day’s consolidation, more of the overhang cleared from the placing, still holding above the placing price.
Says it all
Green light imminent

IN BAXY WE TRUST👊

Dance puppet boy dance 😂

baxtea1
22/4/2024
09:29
The only thing the meeting has done is taking the share price DOWN

No lollipop for you ??

silvstallone
22/4/2024
09:06
Haha, morning Mick.
Not trying to stop him mate. He’s my puppet on a string, i like to make him dance 😂

baxtea1
22/4/2024
08:41
This meeting was more noise and hope than results

7p

🤣🤣🤣🤣 9315;👊

silvstallone
22/4/2024
08:12
What a boom after this spectacular meeting

🤣🤣🤣🤣 9315;🤣

silvstallone
22/4/2024
08:08
7.25 v 7.50 full ask being paid & nearly 1/2 million traded in five minutes

IN BAXY WE TRUST 👊

baxtea1
22/4/2024
08:05
Bangladesh's young climate activists demand revision of Energy Master Plan
Want renewable energy-based plan
High time to get rid of expensive technology, harmful fossil fuel use
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Bangladeshi climate activists hold a rally in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka on Friday, April 19, 2024. Photo: Courtesy
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Publish : 20 Apr 2024, 11:00 AMUpdate : 20 Apr 2024, 11:00 AM
Bangladeshi climate activists demand a revision of the Integrated Energy Power Master Plan (IEPMP) or integrated master plan for the electricity and energy sector so that a sustainable and climate-friendly renewable energy-based master plan is possible.


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They raised these demands at a rally held in front of the National Press Club in the capital on Friday.

The banner-festoons held by them spell various slogans like the transformation of the energy sector, amendment of energy master plan, urgency of renewable-based power and harmonization of various energy policies, danger of detrimental effects of climate change, energy transition, climate finance and need for renewable electricity.


The young climate activists called on the government to urgently revise the current master plan, highlighting the costly bogus solutions contained in the Energy Master Plan (IEPMP).

Dr Khandaker Gholam Moazzem, director of research at the Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD), a non-governmental policy-research organization, said in a message in solidarity with the youth's demands: “By prioritizing fossil fuels and false solutions like hydrogen and carbon capture in the current IEPMP, the government is hindering Bangladesh's energy transition and jeopardizing its environmental and economic future. To truly align with national renewable energy targets and accelerate our progress towards a sustainable future outlined in the Mujib Climate Prosperity Plan, it's imperative to revise the IEPMP. Removing barriers to renewable energy adoption is essential for a successful energy transition, and revising the IEPMP is the first step towards achieving this goal.âââââ€53;¬Å¡¬ï¿½

Young activists also called for an IEPMP to be in line with the Mujib Climate Prosperity Plan (MCPP) and other national policies to prioritize renewable energy.

To ensure a sustainable energy future for generations to come, the revised IEPMP should prioritize achieving national renewable energy targets by including them, activists urged.


As part of the Global Climate Strike, young students went on strike on Friday to ensure a liveable world and called on world leaders to be more vocal in tackling climate change.

Youth Net for Climate Justice, a Bangladesh-based climate organization, �and Fridays for future-s Bangladesh Branch held this program at the press club in coordination with the “Global Climate Strike� event, which is an initiative from “Fridays for Future�, an organization by school-level students worldwide.

Executive Coordinator of Youth Net for Climate Justice Sohanur Rahman said: “The Integrated Energy and Power Master Plan (IEPMP) must serve Bangladesh's interests, not those of others. The plan assigns a significant role to three new technologies – hydrogen, ammonia, and carbon capture and storage. Proven renewable technologies like solar and wind, however, are assigned smaller shares despite their recent growth. We young people reject false solutions and call for a shift towards an energy transition-focused master plan that prioritizes renewable energy sources and ensures a just transition for all.âââââ€#3;¬Å¡¬ï¿½

Bangladeshi climate activists hold a rally in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka on Friday, April 19, 2024. Photo: Courtesy
Bangladeshi climate activists hold a rally in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka on Friday, April 19, 2024. Photo: Courtesy

Greenhouse gas-emitting fuels like ammonia and hydrogen have also been included in the list of “clean for the environmentâââââS64;š¬Å¡¬ï¿½ fuels in the IEPMP. Such fossil-based power is not only harmful to the environment but also expensive and unproven. Experts are calling these technologies “false solutionsâââââ€;š¬Å¡¬ï¿½.

Climate activists also urged at the rally that developed countries should take effective action to ensure that multinationals do not invest in fossil fuels to limit global temperature increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius as per the Paris Agreement. And at the same time, renewable energy should be chosen as an alternative instead of falling for various unproven “false solutionsâââââ€;š¬Å¡¬ï¿½.

“Continuing fossil fuel financing perpetuates climate injustice, with profits for corporations but ongoing suffering for communities. It's time for banks and investors to divest and prioritize a just transition for all, ensuring climate justice.� Dr Samiya Selim, director and professor, Centre for Sustainable Development, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh, said in this regard.

Friday's rally also called for quick compensation to affected and climate-vulnerable countries with money from developed countries who are responsible for most pollution to establish ''climate justice'' as promised at the COP conference. To do that, a sufficient fund should be built on a priority basis which would be followed by a quick withdrawal strategy so that money can be discharged without any delay.

At the rally, the youth demanded an unconditional waiver of the financial debt of the countries of the "Global South" so that the poor and underdeveloped countries could put more effort into combating climate change. They also sharply criticized developed countries and multinational corporations for constantly making false promises about reducing carbon emissions.

They uttered various details of the disastrous life that the citizens of affected countries like Bangladesh are living due to the effect of climate change. Not only storms, floods, and tidal waves, but also climate change is no less responsible for the terrible and deadly form of air pollution in big cities like Dhaka, they said.

Speakers at the rally said, the world is going through a crucial time due to the catastrophic effects of climate change, which the United Nations has already declared a “red alert for global humanity�. Transitioning from this situation, governments and investors must shoulder the responsibility for the climate-damaging activities of harmful fossil fuels.

From the rally, the youth urged Bangladesh to move away from high-cost energy imports and expensive technology-based policies to create a climate-friendly, renewable energy-based master plan and take effective steps to implement

silvstallone
22/4/2024
08:04
Not yet at 3-4£ old man ?

🤣🤣🤣🤣

silvstallone
22/4/2024
08:03
“Time to wake up my gimp”

Comedy Gold, its all about the timing 🤣🤣

baxtea1
22/4/2024
08:01
Awesome interview but the guy didn’t understood one single word of the interview

🤣🤣🤣🤣 9315;🤣ԍ15;🤣🤣;🤣


Searcher
Posts: 38,859
Price: 7.125
Strong Buy
RE: BBC Bangla Interview by Nasrul Hamid (Energy Minister)Today 19:45
Evening all, looks like there is not a lot more news in the Bangle press tonight, but after todays awsome interview with Hasrul Hamid the Energy Minister, i am confident that we will be seeing a lot more on the subjust of Phulbari and open pit mining in the coming days .... Anyway, we don't want too much positive news in one day, its not good for the heart ... hahahaha

The three mines that I believe are initially being looked at in the interview are Phulbari, Dighipara, Khalaspir and of those three, the only one to be mined in the open pit method is Phulbari …..
…….l.l

silvstallone
21/4/2024
20:08
Awesome interview but the guy didn’t understood one single word of the interview

🤣🤣🤣🤣 9315;🤣ԍ15;🤣🤣;🤣


Searcher
Posts: 38,859
Price: 7.125
Strong Buy
RE: BBC Bangla Interview by Nasrul Hamid (Energy Minister)Today 19:45
Evening all, looks like there is not a lot more news in the Bangle press tonight, but after todays awsome interview with Hasrul Hamid the Energy Minister, i am confident that we will be seeing a lot more on the subjust of Phulbari and open pit mining in the coming days .... Anyway, we don't want too much positive news in one day, its not good for the heart ... hahahaha

The three mines that I believe are initially being looked at in the interview are Phulbari, Dighipara, Khalaspir and of those three, the only one to be mined in the open pit method is Phulbari …..
…….l.l

silvstallone
21/4/2024
19:32
🤣🤣🤣🤣 9315;🤣ԍ15;🤣🤣;🤣🤣

Yes and he said NO open pit mining in Phulbari

🤣🤣🤣🤣 9315;🤣ԍ15;

Another one waiting for someone to feed him with the spoon in the mouth


Tarkadahl
Posts: 37
Price: 7.125
No Opinion
RE: BBC Bangla Interview by Nasrul Hamid (Energy Minister)Today 19:23
Hi Kiss cuddles, if you listen carefully you can hear them mention open pit mining & phulbari. 🤞🏼 ….. looking forward to the transcript from searcher 🙌🏻

silvstallone
21/4/2024
19:30
Well the meeting today didnâ€â̶2;¢t bring any green light

🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣


Bangladesh's young climate activists demand revision of Energy Master Plan
Want renewable energy-based plan
High time to get rid of expensive technology, harmful fossil fuel use
hxxps://www.dhakatribune.com/344400
Bangladeshi climate activists hold a rally in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka on Friday, April 19, 2024. Photo: Courtesy
Tribune ReportTribune Report
Publish : 20 Apr 2024, 11:00 AMUpdate : 20 Apr 2024, 11:00 AM
Bangladeshi climate activists demand a revision of the Integrated Energy Power Master Plan (IEPMP) or integrated master plan for the electricity and energy sector so that a sustainable and climate-friendly renewable energy-based master plan is possible.


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They raised these demands at a rally held in front of the National Press Club in the capital on Friday.

The banner-festoons held by them spell various slogans like the transformation of the energy sector, amendment of energy master plan, urgency of renewable-based power and harmonization of various energy policies, danger of detrimental effects of climate change, energy transition, climate finance and need for renewable electricity.


The young climate activists called on the government to urgently revise the current master plan, highlighting the costly bogus solutions contained in the Energy Master Plan (IEPMP).

Dr Khandaker Gholam Moazzem, director of research at the Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD), a non-governmental policy-research organization, said in a message in solidarity with the youth's demands: “By prioritizing fossil fuels and false solutions like hydrogen and carbon capture in the current IEPMP, the government is hindering Bangladesh's energy transition and jeopardizing its environmental and economic future. To truly align with national renewable energy targets and accelerate our progress towards a sustainable future outlined in the Mujib Climate Prosperity Plan, it's imperative to revise the IEPMP. Removing barriers to renewable energy adoption is essential for a successful energy transition, and revising the IEPMP is the first step towards achieving this goal.�

Young activists also called for an IEPMP to be in line with the Mujib Climate Prosperity Plan (MCPP) and other national policies to prioritize renewable energy.

To ensure a sustainable energy future for generations to come, the revised IEPMP should prioritize achieving national renewable energy targets by including them, activists urged.


As part of the Global Climate Strike, young students went on strike on Friday to ensure a liveable world and called on world leaders to be more vocal in tackling climate change.

Youth Net for Climate Justice, a Bangladesh-based climate organization, �and Fridays for future-s Bangladesh Branch held this program at the press club in coordination with the “Global Climate Strike� event, which is an initiative from “Fridays for Future�, an organization by school-level students worldwide.

Executive Coordinator of Youth Net for Climate Justice Sohanur Rahman said: “The Integrated Energy and Power Master Plan (IEPMP) must serve Bangladesh's interests, not those of others. The plan assigns a significant role to three new technologies â€â€Åâ€;œ hydrogen, ammonia, and carbon capture and storage. Proven renewable technologies like solar and wind, however, are assigned smaller shares despite their recent growth. We young people reject false solutions and call for a shift towards an energy transition-focused master plan that prioritizes renewable energy sources and ensures a just transition for all.â€�

Bangladeshi climate activists hold a rally in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka on Friday, April 19, 2024. Photo: Courtesy
Bangladeshi climate activists hold a rally in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka on Friday, April 19, 2024. Photo: Courtesy

Greenhouse gas-emitting fuels like ammonia and hydrogen have also been included in the list of “clean for the environmentââââ̵8;¬Å¡¬ï¿½ fuels in the IEPMP. Such fossil-based power is not only harmful to the environment but also expensive and unproven. Experts are calling these technologies “false solutionsâ€�.

Climate activists also urged at the rally that developed countries should take effective action to ensure that multinationals do not invest in fossil fuels to limit global temperature increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius as per the Paris Agreement. And at the same time, renewable energy should be chosen as an alternative instead of falling for various unproven “false solutions�.

“Continuing fossil fuel financing perpetuates climate injustice, with profits for corporations but ongoing suffering for communities. It's time for banks and investors to divest and prioritize a just transition for all, ensuring climate justice.� Dr Samiya Selim, director and professor, Centre for Sustainable Development, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh, said in this regard.

Friday's rally also called for quick compensation to affected and climate-vulnerable countries with money from developed countries who are responsible for most pollution to establish ''climate justice'' as promised at the COP conference. To do that, a sufficient fund should be built on a priority basis which would be followed by a quick withdrawal strategy so that money can be discharged without any delay.

At the rally, the youth demanded an unconditional waiver of the financial debt of the countries of the "Global South" so that the poor and underdeveloped countries could put more effort into combating climate change. They also sharply criticized developed countries and multinational corporations for constantly making false promises about reducing carbon emissions.

They uttered various details of the disastrous life that the citizens of affected countries like Bangladesh are living due to the effect of climate change. Not only storms, floods, and tidal waves, but also climate change is no less responsible for the terrible and deadly form of air pollution in big cities like Dhaka, they said.

Speakers at the rally said, the world is going through a crucial time due to the catastrophic effects of climate change, which the United Nations has already declared a “red alert for global humanity�. Transitioning from this situation, governments and investors must shoulder the responsibility for the climate-damaging activities of harmful fossil fuels.

From the rally, the youth urged Bangladesh to move away from high-cost energy imports and expensive technology-based policies to create a climate-friendly, renewable energy-based master plan and take effective steps to implement

silvstallone
21/4/2024
19:29
I want my 24mio

I wont sell below 8£


Which flavor the lollipop?

silvstallone
21/4/2024
19:29
3-4£

Coming

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silvstallone
21/4/2024
19:16
I want my 24mio

I wont sell below 8£


Which flavor the lollipop?

silvstallone
21/4/2024
19:13
3-4£

Coming

🤣🤣🤣🤣 9315;🤣ԍ15;👊👊;🤣🤣

silvstallone
21/4/2024
19:12
Well the meeting today didn’t bring any green light

🤣🤣🤣🤣ð76;¤£ðŸ¤£ðŸ;¤£


Bangladesh's young climate activists demand revision of Energy Master Plan
Want renewable energy-based plan
High time to get rid of expensive technology, harmful fossil fuel use
hxxps://www.dhakatribune.com/344400
Bangladeshi climate activists hold a rally in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka on Friday, April 19, 2024. Photo: Courtesy
Tribune ReportTribune Report
Publish : 20 Apr 2024, 11:00 AMUpdate : 20 Apr 2024, 11:00 AM
Bangladeshi climate activists demand a revision of the Integrated Energy Power Master Plan (IEPMP) or integrated master plan for the electricity and energy sector so that a sustainable and climate-friendly renewable energy-based master plan is possible.


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They raised these demands at a rally held in front of the National Press Club in the capital on Friday.

The banner-festoons held by them spell various slogans like the transformation of the energy sector, amendment of energy master plan, urgency of renewable-based power and harmonization of various energy policies, danger of detrimental effects of climate change, energy transition, climate finance and need for renewable electricity.


The young climate activists called on the government to urgently revise the current master plan, highlighting the costly bogus solutions contained in the Energy Master Plan (IEPMP).

Dr Khandaker Gholam Moazzem, director of research at the Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD), a non-governmental policy-research organization, said in a message in solidarity with the youth's demands: “By prioritizing fossil fuels and false solutions like hydrogen and carbon capture in the current IEPMP, the government is hindering Bangladesh's energy transition and jeopardizing its environmental and economic future. To truly align with national renewable energy targets and accelerate our progress towards a sustainable future outlined in the Mujib Climate Prosperity Plan, it's imperative to revise the IEPMP. Removing barriers to renewable energy adoption is essential for a successful energy transition, and revising the IEPMP is the first step towards achieving this goal.ââ‚;¬ï¿½

Young activists also called for an IEPMP to be in line with the Mujib Climate Prosperity Plan (MCPP) and other national policies to prioritize renewable energy.

To ensure a sustainable energy future for generations to come, the revised IEPMP should prioritize achieving national renewable energy targets by including them, activists urged.


As part of the Global Climate Strike, young students went on strike on Friday to ensure a liveable world and called on world leaders to be more vocal in tackling climate change.

Youth Net for Climate Justice, a Bangladesh-based climate organization, â€�and Fridays for future-s Bangladesh Branch held this program at the press club in coordination with the “Global Climate Strikeâââ€#3;¬ï¿½ event, which is an initiative from “Fridays for Futureâââ€#3;¬ï¿½, an organization by school-level students worldwide.

Executive Coordinator of Youth Net for Climate Justice Sohanur Rahman said: “The Integrated Energy and Power Master Plan (IEPMP) must serve Bangladesh's interests, not those of others. The plan assigns a significant role to three new technologies – hydrogen, ammonia, and carbon capture and storage. Proven renewable technologies like solar and wind, however, are assigned smaller shares despite their recent growth. We young people reject false solutions and call for a shift towards an energy transition-focused master plan that prioritizes renewable energy sources and ensures a just transition for all.�

Bangladeshi climate activists hold a rally in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka on Friday, April 19, 2024. Photo: Courtesy
Bangladeshi climate activists hold a rally in front of the National Press Club in Dhaka on Friday, April 19, 2024. Photo: Courtesy

Greenhouse gas-emitting fuels like ammonia and hydrogen have also been included in the list of “clean for the environmentâââ€;š¬ï¿½ fuels in the IEPMP. Such fossil-based power is not only harmful to the environment but also expensive and unproven. Experts are calling these technologies “false solutionsâ€�.

Climate activists also urged at the rally that developed countries should take effective action to ensure that multinationals do not invest in fossil fuels to limit global temperature increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius as per the Paris Agreement. And at the same time, renewable energy should be chosen as an alternative instead of falling for various unproven “false solutions�.

“Continuing fossil fuel financing perpetuates climate injustice, with profits for corporations but ongoing suffering for communities. It's time for banks and investors to divest and prioritize a just transition for all, ensuring climate justice.� Dr Samiya Selim, director and professor, Centre for Sustainable Development, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh, said in this regard.

Friday's rally also called for quick compensation to affected and climate-vulnerable countries with money from developed countries who are responsible for most pollution to establish ''climate justice'' as promised at the COP conference. To do that, a sufficient fund should be built on a priority basis which would be followed by a quick withdrawal strategy so that money can be discharged without any delay.

At the rally, the youth demanded an unconditional waiver of the financial debt of the countries of the "Global South" so that the poor and underdeveloped countries could put more effort into combating climate change. They also sharply criticized developed countries and multinational corporations for constantly making false promises about reducing carbon emissions.

They uttered various details of the disastrous life that the citizens of affected countries like Bangladesh are living due to the effect of climate change. Not only storms, floods, and tidal waves, but also climate change is no less responsible for the terrible and deadly form of air pollution in big cities like Dhaka, they said.

Speakers at the rally said, the world is going through a crucial time due to the catastrophic effects of climate change, which the United Nations has already declared a “red alert for global humanity�. Transitioning from this situation, governments and investors must shoulder the responsibility for the climate-damaging activities of harmful fossil fuels.

From the rally, the youth urged Bangladesh to move away from high-cost energy imports and expensive technology-based policies to create a climate-friendly, renewable energy-based master plan and take effective steps to implement

silvstallone
21/4/2024
18:59
No, no it will be 3-4£

🤣🤣🤣🤣 9315;


dusterinmong
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RE: BBC Bangla Interview by Nasrul Hamid (Energy Minister)Today 18:40
20p Monday Mondays?

silvstallone
21/4/2024
18:56
3-4£

Coming

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