Coronavirus facts and myths, future schools, tipping points to save us

Also in this week's round-up: gratitude at work and what happens when uncertainty is weaponized. Image: Image: REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun

Adrian Monck
Managing Director, World Economic Forum Geneva
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To heat your home and fuel your car: hydrogen power is ready to scale.

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Truth decay: what happens when uncertainty is weaponized.

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Don’t let it be a climate distraction. Doing reforestation right.

Like a flash crash but for bombs. Thinking machines and the future of war.

Don’t worry, it won’t make you a sucker. Gratitude at work.

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