Friday, May 20, 2022
Focus on the big picture
Farming: the difficult first step towards net zero Food Revolution
FT, 15 May 2022
Food production is responsible for 27 per cent of the world’s emissions, a figure that, with steady population growth, is only set to increase.
Are electric air taxis and commuter planes really getting closer? Rethink
FT, 13 May 2022
The aviation industry is keen to reduce its carbon footprint, and big money is being spent developing battery-powered aircraft.
Henry Kissinger: ‘We are now living in a totally new era’
FT, 12 May 2022
The FT's US national editor, Edward Luce, talks to former US secretary of state, Henry Kissinger, about Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine and the spectre of nuclear war.
Elon Musk talks to the FT about Twitter, Tesla and Trump
FT, 11 May 2022
Tesla CEO tells Peter Campbell at the Future of the Car conference why he would reverse the ban on Donald Trump if he buys Twitter, and what lies beyond his ambition to make Tesla the world’s biggest automaker by 2030.
‘Net zero won't change the way we live’ | Free Lunch on Film
FT, 10 May 2022
Reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050 is a huge challenge. But we can cut emissions rapidly with technology and 'green growth', rather than 'degrowth', says the FT’s Martin Sandbu.
How Ukraine war 'unsettles' China - CIA chief
FT, 09 May 2022
Director of the CIA, William Burns, tells Edward Luce, the FT's chief US commentator, how China's President Xi Jinping has been 'unsettled' by the war in Ukraine.
Highlights from the FT crypto and digital assets summit Live
FT, 06 May 2022
At the FT’s agenda-setting Crypto and Digital Assets summit on April 26-27 2022, industry and policy leaders - from the governor of the Banque de France to the head of Binance - debated with FT journalists how to bridge traditional finan...
How seafood restaurants are fighting inflation Food Revolution
FT, 05 May 2022
The war in Ukraine has hit the supply of grains and vegetable oils, while around 70% of the world's cod and haddock comes from Russian boats.
Looking after your wealth: exposing five common myths Wealth
FT, 04 May 2022
With a seemingly endless supply of advice at the tips of our fingers, it can be hard to tell fact from fiction when it comes to successful wealth management.
The great train takeover Big Deal
FT, 03 May 2022
The fiercest takeover battle of 2021 took place in a sector that hadn’t seen a major deal in over 20 years: the railroad industry.
Northern Ireland - a legacy of division Film
FT, 28 Apr 2022
Almost 25 years since the end of the Troubles, in Northern Ireland physical and social barriers still shape society, business and the economy.
Making the heart of a star to power the world Rethink
FT, 27 Apr 2022
Nuclear fusion has enormous potential as an energy source. It doesn't produce carbon and creates a lot less radioactive waste than current fission nuclear reactors.
Music: the hot new asset class Big Deal
FT, 25 Apr 2022
Taylor Swift and Bob Dylan are among the stars featured in recent sales of back catalogues, and the rise of streaming services has some analysts predicting a doubling of revenue from music assets by 2030.
How London became the dirty money capital of the world Film
FT, 22 Apr 2022
Russian oligarchs and companies have been investing in London for two decades, encouraged by British politicians of all stripes, but critics say the 'London laundromat' cleans dirty money from Russia and across the globe.
8 Sustainability ideas that will change the world Rethink
FT, 20 Apr 2022
Diving into some of the most innovative ideas across retail, city planning, policy, technology and construction.
Can the fine wine market maintain its performance? Wealth
FT, 19 Apr 2022
Fine wine has proved a solid performer for investors over recent years, but as the FT’s Matthew Vincent explains, it’s facing a variety of challenges, both in the longer and shorter term.
Upcycled food is on the up Food Revolution
FT, 13 Apr 2022
Upcycling, the practice of using leftover or reject materials to make new products, is well established in vintage fashion and furniture design.
Ukraine's battle of the airwaves #Shorts
FT, 11 Apr 2022
A look at three aspects of wartime radio in Ukraine; the interception of communications between Russian soldiers; how broadcasters are using radio to combat censorship online; and the mysterious silence of a radio transmitter known as 'T...
The rise of luxury fashion’s resale market Wealth
FT, 11 Apr 2022
Fuelled by the pandemic, luxury fashion’s second-hand market
NIL: the revolution in US college sports Scoreboard #Shorts
FT, 09 Apr 2022
A change in the rules means university sports stars in the US can now make money from their name, image and likeness, through sponsorship and endorsement deals.