The search is on for answers to a growing number of ever more urgent questions of a global nature. Are the questions so new to us that only the young have a hope of providing solutions? Or can we look to the older and wiser for help? Could clarity emerge from a dynamic collaboration between the two?
Stephen Hawking has famously written that he believes there is no place for God in the creation of the universe. Some would agree with his conclusion. But others still recognise a part of themselves that seeks to be fulfilled by transcendent life
The Chinese are on a global shopping spree with a mammoth of a shopping cart in tow. In a climate ridden with geopolitical struggles, many over natural resources, China is strolling the isles and picking products to its heart’s desire. The world’s second-largest economy is on a breathtaking binge – one that poses a threat to our future, according to economist Dambisa Moyo
In fascinating and iconoclastic detail - on everything from the cash in your pocket to the food on your plate and the shape of our working lives – Cancel the Apocalypse describes how the relentless race for economic growth is not always one worth winning
The Eden Prescription tells the story of Dr Elliot Lindell, a researcher whose life is thrown into chaos after he develops a plant-based cure for cancer. But is this thriller simply a work of fiction, or can nature really hold the key to treating today’s most feared disease?