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How to Fortify Your Cyber Strategy in the Wake of the T-Mobile Hack

Enterprises need to protect every aspect of the cyber journey, from identification to prevention to recovery.

Fossils Should Pay Trillions to Store Carbon through 2050, Ex-Industry Execs Say

A recent paper calculates the cost and emission reduction potential of a “carbon takeback obligation” that would require fossil producers to permanently store a tonne of carbon for every tonne they take out of the...

Jet-Propelled Tunicates Pump Carbon Through the Oceans

New research reveals that blooms of the widespread gelatinous zooplankton—along with their feces, daily vertical migrations, and carcasses—increase marine carbon export.

Corporate Values Take Center Stage at Davos 2023

Techonomy and Wipro assembled a panel to discuss how to build and manage a sustainable company culture.

Hydrogen Patents Reveal Shift Toward Cleaner Technologies

A new study analyzing patents in Europe shows “a clear shift of innovation from traditional, carbon-intensive methods to new technologies with the potential to decarbonize hydrogen production.”

A Farm in the Cloud

Here’s a mind-blowing number: Roughly 2% of people in the United States grow the food that the other 98% of us consume. Novel agtech is changing what it means to farm.

Davos 2023: Rethinking the Economics of Sustainability

Climate and sustainability were the hot topics at Davos this year, both on stage and off.

Cleaning Up 80 Years of Plastic Waste

The Plastic Credit Exchange is on a mission to "clean up 80 years of plastic waste." It serves a global ecosystem of partners that recover, process, and recycle plastic waste with programs that improve livelihood...

ChatGPT is the Deepfake of Thought

With the birth of generative AI, we can now interact with thoughts and ideas not formed by people. But what does this mean for social health?

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