This Week: we look back at 2019 and forward to 2020, and reflect on how we connect tech and business trends with global megatrends
This week: What can we do to save the planet? And how will the world end?
Brazil has set itself a target of restoring almost 50,000 sq km of the Amazon rainforest by 2030. But it won't get there without changing its policies and how it engages with local people.
This week: big ships, rockets vs. cars, fake videos, Zuck's cushion, and climate change in other news.
Climate change may be a business opportunity, but research shows that market forces serve to systematically undermine climate change programs.
This week: electrify everything, crows nipping butts, and ethical German cars.
The undermining of environmental science, and the creation of lies and bribes to distort public policymaking, is as old as industries that know their products do harm, but lie to keep them in use.
The global food system has been operating in post-truth mode for decades.
Climate change changes everything - our economy, our society and the ecosystems that underpin life on Earth. In this what if episode we talk to Professor Christopher Wright to explore what an ice free Arctic Earth might look like in 2027 if we pursue our current business as usual.