With the August release for the movie ‘Dragon Quest: Your Story’ not far off, we have been graced with a new trailer for the film and it is gloriously good.
Research suggests almost half of packaging used by major UK supermarkets can’t be easily recycled.
Business leaders have written a letter urging the next prime minister to commit to completing HS2.
The messaging app has investors piling in on hopes it can replace email for workplace communication.
Big firms are chasing a share of the cannabis market, but growth could be volatile, says a report.
What we do over the next decade will determine the future of humanity for the next 10,000 years, writes John Bird
It may prove to be incredibly difficult, but we must rethink our short-termist priorities if we intend to make good on our promises to those striking for the future (Our lives must be transformed to defeat this climate crisis, 15 June). Like your columnist, Susanna Rustin, I want us to break out of the short-term, four-year election inertia and reimagine our approach to policymaking via the prism of acting for tomorrow, today.
This week, I led a parliamentary debate about how to protect and represent the interests of future generations, where I called on the government to look at how the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 has shaken up “business as usual” by requiring public bodies in Wales to think about the long-term impact of their decisions and how best they can prevent persistent problems, including climate change, from happening.
Latest manufacturing and services sector data comes in weak
Perennial hawk needs French acquiescence to win top job in European central banking