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According to Forrester’s Consumer Technographics® data, almost half of Canadian, French and UK online adults who are banking customers think that all banks are the same, and less than half of US banking customers believe large...
August 12, 2021 The Hill's Sustainability Report: Seawalls protect some communities — at the expense of othersSource: The Hill
Seawalls and levees have been used for millennia to fortify communities against flooding. But erecting such infrastructure often occurs at the detriment of lower income communities, a new report suggested.
August 12, 2021 Fashion’s takeaways from the UN climate change reportSource: Vogue Business
A new report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change urges governments and businesses to act faster — much faster — to save the planet. Here’s what that looks like for fashion.
August 11, 2021 With an eye on tech, fashion and sustainability, Cedar Falls native builds new startupSource: The Courier
If you’re the type of person who sees “Made in Bangladesh” on your shirt tag and wonders about the conditions faced by the workers, what they’re paid and what kind of pollution their factories are spewing out, Russel Karim is...
Source: The Drive
A recent report from the New York Times shows that the company's hydrogen play has become further reaching than just internal development; it has also become political.
August 4, 2021 Ethics and sustainability need to ride high on the AI agendaSource: South China Morning Post
The nature of AI development is expanding the boundaries of fundamental scientific research to enable new value creation, support new ideas and foster new business models.
Source: Modern Farmer
How can you tell which agriculture projects are advancing sustainability and which are greenwashing? The lines are blurry and getting blurrier.
July 14, 2021 Google fined €500m by French competition authoritySource: BBC
Google has been hit with a €500m (£427m) fine by France's competition authority for failing to negotiate "in good faith" with news organisations over the use of their content.
Source: CNN Business
The European Commission has fined Volkswagen Group and BMW $1 billion for colluding with Daimler to hold back the development of technology that could have reduced harmful emissions from their vehicles.
Robinhood is being ordered to pay about $70 million for harming millions of customers. It's the largest penalty ever imposed by Wall Street's self-regulator.
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