With more certainty than ever, sustainable investment is the future and 2023 looks set to be the year in which renewable energies will begin their unstoppable rise around the world.
The new energy system, harnessing clean and renewable energies, has completely reshaped the market for certain commodities. It is estimated that demand for five of the materials considered critical to ensure the energy transition could increase up to sevenfold by 2050.
A quinoa burger, some seaweed spaghetti or cookies with cricket flour. Population pressure and climate change are precipitating a food revolution in the coming years: our diet will not be the same as today.  
Air mobility is undergoing a revolution. By 2030, it is estimated that the global market for air taxis and drones will reach $52 billion. Regulations, the use of clean technologies and safety are essential components of urban air mobility (UAM).
Having committed to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by 55 % for 2030, the European Union has been rolling out for several years now its sustainable finance action in installments. Taking them one by one, let's have a closer look at how these 9 regulations are set to change the market.
From the most elementary levels, light is at the origin of life itself. Its exploration has led to the development of promising alternative energy sources, life-saving medical breakthroughs, and numerous other innovations that have shaped our understanding of the universe. 
The efficient management of water, a valuable raw material, has become a profitable sector for investors. Technology and innovation are key to reducing water consumption and recycling it. 
16% of the global urban population already gets around using bicycles and scooters. By 2030, the market for this new and sustainable micromobility will be worth $440 billion.
20 years from now, more than 6 billion people will live in cities, primarily in Africa and Asia. This growing urban population requires solutions to make these cities organized, sustainable and equitable.
This is a question that theoretical physicists have been asking for some time, and the findings from a new study show that, theoretically, it would be possible to use black holes as galactic power banks.
The Earth will be home to a staggering 10 billion human beings by 2050. One of the biggest challenges we face is how we are going to feed the entire planet sustainably. This is where 'smart farming' comes into play.
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