The best way to build resilience against future pandemics and the impact of climate change is to move to a circular economy.
The European Commission will seek to position Europe as a global leader on hydrogen with a new industry-led alliance set to be unveiled on Wednesday (8 July).
Austrian Airlines will cease operating its Vienna-Salzburg route, the flag-carrier announced on Thursday (2 July). Instead, the service will be replaced by more direct trains
Like other ride-hailing companies, Bolt has been suffering from the coronavirus-related lockdown and economic downturn around the world. But the company is trying to find another revenue stream by launching electric bikes in Paris. Source: Bolt launches electric bike-sharing service… Read More ›
BMW has a new man at its help, CEO Oliver Zipse, and he’s taking control over the Bavarian brand at a very interesting time. Not only is BMW in the midst of a massive, industry-wide technological transition but also during the… Read More ›
As the rate at which new technologies emerge increases exponentially, there is a corresponding acceleration in the volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity of change facing organisational leaders- all while global competition is increasingly fierce.
Extremists exploit rural nostalgia and farmers’ anger at globalisation to smuggle in ideology The poster advertising the evening of debate and organic canapés in Halle’s university district looked familiar to environmentally conscious Germans: a rugged pair of hands, cupping fertile… Read More ›
To meet international climate change obligations, governments will instead have to fund and promote “more environmentally sound, healthy and sustainable” forms of mobility, “particularly bicycle use.” Source: Return To Car Use Neither Healthy Nor Sustainable, Says United Nations
How will cities carefully emerge from their coronavirus quarantines once lockdown measures are relaxed? That question might seem premature in the U.S., but in places where the virus struck earlier, cities are working out strategies for a return to something… Read More ›
By Ian Morse For the first time last August, indigenous groups felt the global community was taking seriously their potential contributions to climate crisis policy. Indigenous peoples have long been labeled among the “most vulnerable” to climate impacts, but considering… Read More ›