Vertical farms ahead of their time?; Better governance can lift valuations?; Limits of sequestration
As individuals north of 50 years old, a LinkedIn post from the founder of recruitment service the Cleeve Partnership, Natasha Cleeve really caught our eye. Natasha highlighted that there is discrimination against the 50+ workforce even as a skills shortage persists. According to a WHO/UN report ageism is costing
Ageism in the workplace; what to do with our natural gas networks?; closer to using EVs to power the grid?
Colorectal cancer or bowel cancer is the third most common cancer globally and the second leading cause of cancer related deaths (after lung cancer). Europe has the highest death rate with an age-standardised rate of 12 per 100,000 (2022) across all ages and sexes and accounted for almost 28%
Positive story about coal mines; wee test for bowel cancer?; will European supply chain regs work?
Are directors properly discharging their fiduciary duty by taking into account the changing landscape in which they operate?
A report from the Food System Economics Commission (FSEC) argues that the current set up of food systems globally (i.e. what food we grow, how we grow it and how we distribute it to people) has a cost far bigger than their contribution to global prosperity and is on
The simple payback period calculation for retrofitting (amount spent / annual savings) misses nuance
Food system overhaul brings $10tn pa benefits; Spanish electricity ducks; tracking concrete tech developments
An existing commercially available blood test could identify Alzheimer's risk early.
Battery recycling's 5% rate myth; Alzheimer's blood test; efficient buildings Industrial Revolution?
Between 1st October 2023 and 18th January 2024 (15 weeks), there have been 216 confirmed and 103 probable cases of measles in the West Midlands (a region in the UK) with the majority of cases among children under the age of 10. It has prompted the UK Health Security Agency