Comment & analysis
Why Britain should play the long game with its Brexit strategy
With patience and a degree of moral ambivalence, the UK may find an EU that is increasingly open to the idea of free trade without free movement of people says Kim Kaivanto.
The Arctic just had the warmest winter on record. The repercussions will be global
What happens in the Arctic doesn't stay in the Arctic, explain Gail Whiteman and Jeremy Wilkinson.View the blog post on the World Economic Forum website
Forget the FTSE 500: the Arctic is the real barometer of global risk
Rapid changes in the Arctic are a warning sign that our social-ecological-economic system is out of whack, argue Gail Whiteman and Jeremy Wilkinson.View the blog post on the World Economic Forum website
Greenland’s ice sheets are disappearing faster than predicted - here’s why you should care
Gail Whiteman and Konrad Steffen outline three key reasons why melting in Greenland poses significant global economic risks.View the blog post on the World Economic Forum website
Dropping the plan to ban junk food ads in prime time was a bad move – the UK will regret it
The food industry says it wants to help in the fight against obesity – but it needs regulation, argues Gillian Hopkinson.
Why novelty dining experiences are just another way of getting high
Restaurants can open the 'Doors of Perception' too, says James Cronin.
Rather than the City being "a victim of Brexit", could it be "the pivot to prise UK-based financial services away from encroaching EU regulation"? Kim Kaivanto discusses.View the article on the Global Banking and Finance website
How sauerkraut is leading a food revolution
Shoppers have had it with supermarket science and instead are embracing more holistic styles of eating, explains James Cronin.