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Central banks are under ‘green’ pressure to be catalysts of change. We look at integrated reporting, Norway’s use of its oil wealth, Germany’s ‘Mittelstand’ and a top chief executive’s vision of sustainability

From edible alternatives to wasteful plastic packaging and innovative ways of cutting food waste to how blockchain could help poor farmers and what climate change will do to crop yields. Plus the growth of food allergies and why investors are getting interested in ‘veganomics’

How new technologies and environmental concerns are transforming the balance of energy production and consumption across the world

We look for the most promising next generation of innovative and viable companies with impact around the Sustainable Development Goals

Beijing gains ever more influence over global markets; air pollution ranks high in Asia ESG challenges; emerging middle offers bumper payday for fund managers; EM bargains rise to the surface; Asian winners in the US-China trade spat

In this edition: why being the first tourists in space is a dream for many of the ultra wealthy; Gina Miller on her drive to create transparency in the charity sector; the new breed of elite dating apps designed for rich singletons

Once a G20 ‘outlaw’, Argentina this week hosts the G20 summit. We assess how Argentina has changed, and the summit’s prospects, not least given growing tensions between the US and China

Signatories of the Paris climate agreement meet next week at the annual UN climate talks in Katowice, Poland. FT writers look at the latest progress in assessing the dangers of global warming and strategies designed to tackle its economic and human impact

Liberty Media wants bigger and better deals with broadcasters, sponsors, race promoters and manufacturers. But, even with full control of F1, it is unclear whether the company can drive the sport towards a more profitable future

Hungary has hitched its fortunes to the German car industry, the Czech Republic is considering how to replace its nuclear power plants and Romania is hoping to cash in on new gas deposits in the Black Sea but energy companies are holding back

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