Welcome to our weekly roundup!
Highlighting the different posts we had this week and previewing what’s to come next week.
International Women’s Day
8 March 2021 was International Women’s Day. Beyond the immediate cultural, physical, and social costs
(which are undeniable), what is the global economic toll of ongoing gender discrimination?
Find out more in our latest infographic.
Coffee & Conversation with Hua Fung Teh
We spoke with Hua Fung Teh, Group President of ONE Championship, inside the huge growth of Asia’s
MMA industry. What’s next for Asian MMA? Find out in our latest episode of Coffee & Conversation.
Tohoku Earthquake Anniversary
Thursday was the 10th anniversary of the Tohoku Earthquake – the most costly natural disaster in history.
While the financial damage is estimated at >$360 billion, the human costs are harder to calculate: 15,899 dead;
2,500 still missing; 228,000 yet to return home. Find out more in the infographic below:
Economics of Extinction: Big Cats
In Chapter 2, we look at big cats. What’s driving their global decline? What happens when an apex predator dies out?
In short, what are they worth, alive? And what’s the cost if they disappear? Find out more in our latest episode.
Sneak peek of our weekend posts
14th of March is known as Pi Day But why on March 14?
The answer is very much simple. In fact, as you probably already know, Pi Day is celebrated on March 14 simply
because the number pi has an approximate value of 3.14 which is the same 3/14. Hence, March 14.