“Gamechangers” is our podcast series examining how innovation really works, sponsored by @MorganStanley.
In the final episode, @tomstandage examines the story of the wheeled suitcase. It’s a seemingly obvious idea. Why did it not catch on until the 1990s? econ.st/3C1uLe7
Rising global temperatures have already increased the frequency of floods, wildfires, droughts and heatwaves around the world. What can be done to avoid more extreme events? We investigate on “To a Lesser Degree” our climate podcast series. Listen today econ.st/3l3hhbZ
“The coming year will be dominated by the need to adjust to new realities,” writes @tomstandage, editor of The World Ahead. On Monday, we launch our podcast series exploring the themes and trends to be watching in 2022
The story we are publishing today is unusually important to us at The Outlaw Ocean Project. Few subjects are more pressing than how the developed world plans to handle the growing waves of people trying to escape the calamities of climate change.
NEW: Brave reporting by @ian_urbina takes us inside Al Mabani, a Libyan prison warehousing migrants trying to reach Europe, and brings us the tragic story of Aliou Cande. May his name be remembered. This is a story that the EU doesn't want told. newyorker.com/magazine/2021/…
“Children on the autism spectrum tend to have more restrictive diets...and this translates to a lack of diversity in gut microbes.” @gileadamit explores new research refuting the idea that an unbalanced gut microbiome causes autism, on “Babbage” econ.st/3CJBbyH