Welcome to our weekly roundup!
Highlighting the different posts we had this week and previewing what’s to come this weekend.
World Arthritis Day
Monday was World Arthritis Day. Arthritis is caused by a range of rheumatic
and musculoskeletal diseases (aka RMDs). RMDs are the main occupational
disease in society, today.
Coffee & Conversation with Arthur Huang
We spoke with Arthur Huang, CEO of MINIWIZ about the future of trash,
and the implications for the upcycling economy. Simply put, if upcycling
makes economic sense, what’s holding us back?
Daily Dose with Dr. Paul LeBlanc
Noted educator Dr. Paul LeBlanc of Southern New Hampshire University explains
exactly why today’s university degrees are no longer a guarantee of job-ready graduates.
And the implications that has for educators, employers, and graduates.
Check out our full episode with Paul here.
Shoots this week for our latest Coffee & Conversation – coming soon
BTS of our host Karim Raffa speaking with Dhiraj Mukherjee, co-founder
of Shazam for our latest episode of Coffee & Conversation.
World Food Day
Over 9,000,000 million people worldwide died of hunger in 2019. That’s more than the combined
death toll from AIDS, Malaria, and Tuberculosis. Today is World Food Day. It’s a day that celebrates
the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Sneak peek of our weekend posts
Due to Covid-19, the number of children living in extreme poverty globally has soared to 1.2 billion.
Saturday, October 17th is International Day for the Eradication of Poverty.
Find out more information about this day and some key stats about world poverty.
BTS from our shoot on Friday with Gerald Ng, CEO of World
Lethwei Championship for our new upcoming series.