How dark do you like your chocolate? Probably not as dark as this news; there might not be any chocolate left to eat in 2050. A chocolate shortage is a looming reality, according to some experts.
Chocolate has and will always be our guilty pleasure. No matter what race or class we belong too, we all share a common love for chocolate.
Did you ever wonder where chocolate comes from? Do they grow on tree or does Cadbury and Nestle use technology for chocolate production?
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Thinking about the years ahead can help you plan your goals and strategies better and if you do it right, you can beat your competitors to the finish line by doing something before they do.
Looking ahead can also help you improve your own business.
The biggest businesses in the world catch some future trends very quickly and apply some of them in their businesses, this is how they pick advantage over other competitors.
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Climate change is the greatest environmental threat humanity has ever faced. It is caused by the built-up of greenhouse gases from burning fossil fuels and destruction of areas that store massive amounts of carbon like the world’s rainforests. In recent years, global warming has been the subject of a great deal of political controversy.
Could plants help to slow the march of global warming?
Yes! It’s possible.
Biodiversity influences climate at local, regional and global levels, yet most climate models do not take biodiversity into consideration because its variables and effects are too diverse and complex to compute. Two recent studies, however, demonstrate the importance of being able to consider the response of vegetation to elevated levels of carbon dioxide in climate models as we try to predict our climate future.
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Nowadays, global business is changing at such a stunning pace, entry-level professionals barely have time to acclimate themselves to a new company, a new competitive environment, or new operational requirements. The challenges faced by young workers include lack of experience, a complex corporate world, and business education that is too theoretical and out of sync with companies’ day-to-day needs.
But business school doesn’t have to be a part of the problem; higher-learning institutions can make their degrees more engaging and hands-on by blending the traditional economic and business dogmas with real-world, practical experiences and operational challenges, which will help to prepare students for the working world.
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If any of you feel horrible for disturbing your diet and eating fatty deep fried food, don’t feel so! You are actually helping to curb climate change in a small way.
Fatty acids released into the air from cooking may contribute to the formation of clouds that cool the climate, say scientists.
Fried, fatty and utterly delicious food may have an adverse impact on your waistline, but it is defiantly assisting in reducing global warming.
A new study shows that the fatty acids released into the air while frying food may help clouds that cool the atmosphere to form.
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