OECD – How sustainable will our recovery be?

According to new OECD data, OECD countries and key partner economies have so far allocated USD 336 billion to environmentally positive measures within their COVID-19 recovery packages. But is this enough to have the transformational effects needed to address environmental crises while building back the economy? Not really. In fact, it amounts to only 17 … More OECD – How sustainable will our recovery be?

What Surprises Is Their Self-Expression and Individuality, It’s Very High Level”—Meet the Fashion Finalists of the Festival d’Hyères

What Surprises Is Their Self-Expression and Individuality, It’s Very High Level”—Meet the Fashion Finalists of the Festival d’Hyères. … More What Surprises Is Their Self-Expression and Individuality, It’s Very High Level”—Meet the Fashion Finalists of the Festival d’Hyères

The McKinsey week in Charts

Will India get too hot to work? By 2050, temperatures in some parts of northern India could surpass survivability thresholds for healthy adults. The region has already recorded some of the world’s hottest wet-bulb temperatures—a measurement that combines air temperature and relative humidity. To read the article, see “Will India get too hot to work?,” … More The McKinsey week in Charts

Uniquely sharp X-ray view

Uniquely sharp X-ray view. Researchers at the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI have succeeded for the first time in looking inside materials using the method of transient grating spectroscopy with ultrafast X-rays at SwissFEL. The experiment at PSI is a milestone in observing processes in the world of atoms. The researchers are publishing their research results today in the journal Nature Photonics. … More Uniquely sharp X-ray view