Future of Food

Future of Food

Did you know that in the 1700s a pineapple would have cost around 8,000 of today’s USD? What are the moral implications we choose to eat, how we produce our food and how we distribute it? Can humans have a sustainable relationship with food that serves the interests of other animals and our planet?
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Photography and Sustainability

In today’s episode Renaud de Planta, Pictet’s Senior Managing Partner, explores the power of the image with Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky, who has dedicated his life to documenting the impact of economies on the environment
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Leadership

Machiavelli famously said it’s better for a ruler to be feared than loved. Was he right? Or can compassionate leadership founded on kindness and respect for one’s peers still produce powerful results?
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Future of Work

How would a world without work look like? Will the development of AI and automation replace even the most creative of jobs? Or will machines be complementary to their human counterparts?
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Resilience in Uncertain Times

Today’s world is anything but predictable, so how do we endure and even thrive in this volatile environment?
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Resilience in Uncertain Times

Data and Privacy

Is true privacy possible or desirable in a digital age? This episode focuses on the right to privacy in the age of big data. Mark Zuckerberg has said that ‘nobody wants privacy anymore’. Is he right?
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Data and Privacy
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