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Crutzen coined the term Anthropocene for our epoch in which humans’ impact on the Earth rivals Nature.
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TC writers brought the global ‘periphery’ to centre-stage, asking tough questions about today's post-colonial culture wars.
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The world’s biggest asset manager has joined the Climate Action 100+ alliance of investors in the most polluting corporates.
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Autonomous super-intelligent machines are not inevitable: “We have agency. We are still in a negotiation,” Mustafa Suleyman told Rabbi Jonathan Sacks.
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A century since the first flight simulators, Jeremy Bailenson takes a stand on the practical and policy choices for applied Virtual Reality.
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A Masterclass in conducting offers a behavioural model for efficient leadership: Articulation. Coolness. Economy of style and technique. Transparency, not guile.
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Hello Kitty fans vote liberal. Neurotics are conservative. Findings from psychometric profiles of up to 50 million Facebook users are not rocket science.
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BlackRock's annual letter to companies in its $5.7 billion portfolio includes a warning on proxy battles and shareholder activism. Shell CEO Ben van Beurden was among the recipients.
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Purpose-branding is a symptom of anxiety, but Ben & Jerry's ice cream is not the model. In an era of digital transformation, Purpose-driven brands do better in volatility.
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Fears for an emerging oligarchy of internet giants are widespread.
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