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FT Rethink series focuses on the people, technology, strategies and systems moving us from an economy that is wasteful, idle, lopsided and dirty towards one that is circular, lean, inclusive and clean. The channel alternates between independent reporting from FT journalists and business perspectives from Lombard Odier
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Circular, lean, inclusive and clean focuses on the people, technology, strategies and systems moving us from an economy that is wasteful, idle, lopsided and dirty towards one that is circular, lean, inclusive and clean

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How tech is being used to keep fisheries in line

Pick up an Austral Fisheries toothfish loin in the supermarket, scan the barcode on the back of the packet, and you’ll be able to follow every step in the fish’s journey from deep ocean to shop shelf.

Nuclear is back in vogue. But what about its waste?

With more than 50 reactors being built around the world, nuclear power is undergoing a revival. But the question of how to deal with lethal radioactive waste hasn’t gone away.

Rethink Sustainability explores the spread of sustainable practises into urban systems, food systems, financial systems and supply chains

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by Lombard Odier

Biodiversity: the risks of living outside nature’s boundaries

From bacteria to blue whales and from fungi to flowers, the loss of Earth’s biodiversity and the subsequent damage to our ecosystem is one of the top ten dangers facing society today.

by Lombard Odier

Decarbonisation: plotting the path to net zero

There is limited time left to reduce emission levels and mitigate climate change risks, but the path to net zero will bring with it significant investment opportunities

Sustainability Revolution takes a look into every aspect of life and business – from healthcare to data management, transport and energy

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by Lombard Odier

DYSFUNCTIONAL: exploring sustainability through design

Artist Mathieu Lehanneur discusses his work for new exhibit DYSFUNCTIONAL, created in partnership with Carpenters Workshop Gallery and Lombard Odier.

Can we build smarter people using AI?

Theoretical neuroscientist and entrepreneur Vivienne Ming believes that AI and what she calls “augmented intelligence” mean we’ll eventually have people who are artificially smarter than others.

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