Can a superplant save the planet?

Our world is heating up. As carbon emissions rise, scientists hope a new crop will help fight climate change by storing more carbon in its roots. These superplants should be available soon, and if widely used, could suck enough carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere to curb global warming.


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Autonomous vehicles: reshaping mobility

Autonomous vehicles have the potential to transform mobility completely, but with major roadblocks such as regulation and policy to overcome, how soon until they become ubiquitous on UK roads? Rich Parkin, Partner, Strategy& gives his prediction and discusses how this transport revolution will reduce the cost of mobility and significantly improve the lives of the socially excluded. Michelle Avary from WEF’s Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution also outlines the significant benefits of autonomous vehicle technology.

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