Imagine a factory or warehouse where employees can work freely, no longer constrained by computer workstations or scanners that can act as chokepoints on a shop floor. With the aid of multiple, hands-free devices, workers would simply follow real-time updates and instructions that appear in their line of sight, allowing them to work smarter and faster.
Carnival Corporation Received Clean Tech Award For Best Marine Solutions
LONDON, ENGLAND, February 2, 2015 /3BL Media/ – In an economy characterized by unrelenting and rapid change, innovation is critical for the survival of any individual or company. 2014 has been no exception. In recent months we've seen any number of big ideas change the global economy for the better. In The New Economy Awards 2014, we take a look at the biggest achievers of the past year: the firms and individuals that have redefined what it means to do business.
A draft of a forthcoming United Nations report on the effects of climate change paints a dark future for the global economy. It finds that the failure to take action has made large-scale climatic shifts inevitable. These shifts will result in catastrophic weather events that will have severe effects on the global economy: slow economic growth, scarcity of resources, disruptions in supply chains, increased poverty, and general business uncertainty.
Practical carbon pricing models are materializing in unexpected places.
In our ever-evolving global economy, it’s becoming crystal clear that only the countries and companies that successfully merge sustainability with profitability will succeed in a resource constrained world. In the future, if organizations and governments divorce sustainability from financial growth, they’ll simply put themselves out of business.
In today's fast-paced and changing world, trust is vital for society and the global economy to function successfully and efficiently. The economic crisis that began in 2008 continues to challenge us today.