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Lives in Gascony, SW France
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Interesting market data and dynamics for organic foods in Scandinavia, the UK and USA. 
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Holiday reading.. Essay on the philosophy and practicality of privacy in the digital age. 
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Indications of the future? Liberal market freefall and likely unacceptable working conditions in the UK post Brexit given present EU "protected " conditions allowing for this level of abuse for temporary workers. 
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Summary of the dynamics behind food consumption, the future of health despite enjoyment/nostalgia and technical innovation around nutiriton . Should be mandatory reading for people in health risk management , be it on the political and or services end, not to mention 101 material for nudge strategy practitioners.
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This is an introduction to Our World in Data – the web publication that shows how global living conditions are changing. A recent survey asked “All things considered, do you think the world is getting better or worse, or neither getting better nor worse?”. In Sweden 10% thought things are getting b
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judgment upholds the rights of ordinary British people not to have their personal lives spied on without good reason or an independent warrant. The Government must now make urgent changes to the Investigatory Powers Act to comply with this.
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Musings on robotics, should they emulate/reinforce human stereo types, or through otherness, in form and function, help us evolve. 
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If you haven't already, consider signing-up for thewonk.eu. I've found it a great way to discover EU policy reports and videos
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Nudge policies may work better, still it has to get tackled one way or another ...
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Foodie & Armagnac afficinado, thriving on exchanges and exploration
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Passionate about food and Armagnac. Intrigued by IT, creativity & communication. Appreciative of design, photography and nature. Interested in cultural heritage and multicultural issues, though more likely to engage in actual social interaction than academic study.
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Growing opposition to supranational institutions and skepticism of the free trade model threaten to derail Europe’s trade agenda.

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