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The World Beyond Coronavirus

Looking at the new realities imposed by the pandemic that will change the way the world operates, from the gig economy and future of work to the environment and new modes of living.

The Environmental Warning of the Coronavirus — Why Companies Need to Prepare

Are More Pandemics Inevitable? What the Coronavirus Can Tell Us

Planning for the Unexpected: COVID-19 Is a Dry Run for Climate Catastrophes

Voice Technology Is in Demand — and Social Distancing Could Accelerate Its Adoption

Will Companies Remain Empathetic After the Coronavirus?

COVID-19 Is an Unmissable Chance to Put People and the Planet First

Coronavirus Shows Us What Climate Change Disruption Could Look Like

Hurricane Season Has Started, but FEMA Is Tied Up With Coronavirus

What Will the Post-COVID-19 Global Order Look Like?

Global Sea Piracy Escalates — and Coronavirus Could Make It Worse

How Will Climate Catastrophes Be Handled in the Face of Coronavirus?

Coronavirus Is Changing Consumer Habits in the Food Industry

6 Steps to Reopen Business Post-COVID

How Boards Can Use COVID-19 to Plan for Climate Change Risk

The Infrastructure Sector’s Long Road to Recovery

Are We Seeing the Dawn of a New Era in Retail?

The Data Revolution That Can Transform Food Production Has Arrived

Climate Change Is Now Driving Investments in Flood Resilience