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An 18-year-old asks academics and veteran finance-industry alumni when will the college’s endowment disinvest from fossil fuels? A year later, the foundation was carbon neutral. Being socially and environmentally conscious is a risk-mitigation strategy.

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Burgundy vs Bordeaux could be the least of the fine wine industry’s problems if Hong Kong’s political situation, Brexit and President Trump’s tariffs of 25% on French, German and Spanish wines continue. Could the global wine market be facing headwinds?

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As we enter the stage where monetary policy is to be replaced by fiscal policy as a way to right the world’s post-crisis ailments, tax policy is one of the key tools. But it is how much to tax (and whom) that is going to drive the global political agenda.

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As Fashion Week draws to a close, the $2.4 trillion industry that employs some 60 million people and creates 100 billion garments a year is embracing a new trend. From Green Carpet Awards to a G7 Fashion Pact, fashion is minimising its carbon footprint.

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Pea protein shrimp, lab grown burgers and cricket flour pancakes: sci-fi menu or the future of food? Population projections heading to 10 billion, meat demand increasing yet food production is not sustainable even if farmers are already growing enough.

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Janis Joplin never got a Mercedes Benz, but she did pay $3,500 for a used Porsche 356 in 1968 that sold at auction for $1.76 million in 2015. A return on investment of more than 50,000% over 47 years. But are we at the start of a long-term reversal?

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