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FT Rethink Sustainability is a Financial Times video series on the spread of sustainable practises into urban systems, food systems, financial systems and supply chains. The channel alternates between independent reporting from FT journalists and business perspectives from Lombard Odier.

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Build Back Better: the unmissable opportunity to build a sustainable economic future

A post COVID world is one that will look quite different to a pre-COVID world. We've seen in the last few weeks this echo chamber almost of calls saying we need to take this opportunity, this tragic situation that we have today, to build back better says Christopher Kaminker, Head of Sustainable Investment Research and Strategy at Lombard Odier Investment Managers.

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When summer destinations meet social isolation

The coronavirus pandemic prompted a huge drop in carbon emissions. As the travel industry begins to rebuild and the summer holiday season hits its peak, how do we ensure a green recovery?

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Sustainability Revolution is a Financial Times video series that looks at every aspect of life and business – from healthcare to data management, transport and energy. It invites you to rethink how you see the world and explores the unprecedented investment opportunity.

With insightful reporting from FT journalists and opinion from prominent thinkers, the series also includes investment perspectives from Lombard Odier.

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DYSFUNCTIONAL: exploring sustainability through design

A raft of new technologies is set to fundamentally change the way we live, work and relate to one another. Individually, each piece of tech is a game changer. Collectively, they’re revolutionary. Explore the infographic that illustrates the connections between eight different disruptive technologies, and how when linked together, they’re greater than the sum of their parts.

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