AI will sweep across the planet in less than a year, changing the patterns in the daily lives of us all.
AirPlay will begin to roll out in select IHG hotels globally before the end of 2023.
A new report from Pacific Environment urges world leaders to center that climate connection as they design a legally binding treaty on plastics - by the end of 2024, if everything goes according to schedule.
After a rocky start to a week of negotiations, around 170 countries agreed to develop a first draft by November of what could become the first global treaty to curb plastic pollution by the end of 2024.
For the millions of adults with hearing loss, and the estimated 150 million in the world who will be affected by dementia by 2050, untangling the link between hearing loss and dementia is becoming imperative.
Assumed were no downturns in the oil industry, global pandemics, significant macroeconomic changes or political unrest in Argentina until 2030.
A UN Climate Change High-Level Champions report last year revealed that some of the world's most valuable food and farming companies could lose up to a quarter of their value by 2030 if they do not adapt to new government policies and consumer behaviour tied to the twinned climate and nature crises.
Leading meatpackers JBS SA and Marfrig Global Foods SA have commitments to stop buying cattle from indirect suppliers linked to Amazon illegal deforestation by 2025.
The UK was the first country in the world to commit to phasing out new, non-zero emission heavy goods vehicles under 26 tonnes by 2035, with all new trucks to be zero emission by 2040.
The war on obesity is now ramping up, with new research estimating that the global cost will be a crippling $4 trillion by 2035.
The global market for IoT devices is booming, and it is estimated that there will be 50 billion connected devices by the end of 2025.
AI-based systems could contribute to a reduction of 4% in global emissions by 2030.
The Russia-Ukraine war is creating disruptions in the steel export industry, introducing price hikes as Russia produces 8% of the global steel (Fyfe, 2022; Tuck, 2023).
Global emissions need to be cut 45% by 2030 to avoid the worst consequences of climate change.
For the millions of adults with hearing loss, and the estimated 150 million in the world who will be affected by dementia by 2050, figuring out how they are related is urgent and imperative for minimizing risks.
Up to 375 million workers (14% of the global workforce) may need to switch occupations or acquire new skills by 2030 due to automation and AI technologies.
Earlier this month, Bosch announced it would revamp its mobility unit in pursuit of $88 billion in global revenue by 2030.
The global fleet of containers is forecast to contract 2% in 2023 to 49.9m teu, representing the first fall in 14 years.
Meningitis caused 250,000 deaths in 2019 and developing affordable vaccines providing broad coverage against meningococcal disease strains is a key part of its Defeating Meningitis by 2030 Global Roadmap.
In the coming years, we will see a rapid evolution of means, countermeasures, tactics and technology for drone warfare, similar to the transformation air warfare underwent during the First World War and the interwar years.
In the absence of effective adaptation, the global yield of food crops (Bichetti et al., 2021) could decline by nearly 30% by 2050 (Hobert and Negra, 2020).
Responding to measles cases and outbreaks and closing measles immunity gaps in 2023 and 2024 continues to be global, regional and national priority.
Developing affordable vaccines that provide broad coverage against meningococcal disease strains is a key part of the World Health Organization's Defeating Meningitis by 2030 Global Roadmap.
As for the broader economy, purchasing managers' indexes from S&P Global hit a 13-month high in May, indicating that while recession could be a story later in the year, there are few signs of a contraction now.
E-cargo bikes can replace up to 17% of van kilometers by 2030 in major world cities, resulting in significant CO2 emission savings.