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Phosphates and the disputed corner of north-west Africa
Morocco dominates phosphate fertilisers thanks to its disputed control of Western Sahara
Rights of nature
If nature had the same legal status as humans, would it be better protected?
The workplace re-imagined
Can workplaces be designed to make you want to come to the office?
LA's housing crisis
LA's housing crisis is pushing city dwellers to the limit
The US and China in 2020
How the battle of the superpowers might unfold this year
Uber and Lyft vs California
A battle is looming over the future of the gig economy
North Korea: Suffering under sanctions?
Are the toughest economic sanctions in the world actually having any effect?
Can’t save/won’t save? The raw financial deal facing millennials and generation Z.
Brand Meghan and Harry
Royal brands and the value of the monarchy
The next big thing
How easy is it to predict where tech will take us in the next decade?
The power-hungry internet
Why our growing use of technology is a threat to the planet
Where has all the good soil gone?
How soil degradation is reducing crop yields and adding to climate change
Microworkers teaching robots
How the rise of 'microwork' is helping develop artificial intelligence
Insomnia and the smartphone
Modern tech is accused of interfering with our sleep, but could an app provide the cure?
Being watched at work
The ethics of monitoring technology in the workplace
Cities at a standstill
How strikes and protests affect business in Paris and Hong Kong
We revisit the Zanzibar government's efforts to chart its territory using drones
The products used again and again and again...
Why don't more manufacturers embrace the principles of the circular economy?
What next for Africa's richest woman?
Isabel dos Santos faces charges in her native Angola
Forced labour in China
The Uighur Muslims forced to work in Chinese detention centres
Chinese forced labour: The brands
Are Western brands doing enough to keep forced labour out of their supply chains?