As technology evolves, what today seems science fiction may become the job market of tomorrow. Experts predict that 60% of employments in the next 10 years haven’t even been invented yet.
Based on social, technological, economic, and environmental changes occurring today, companies such as Canadian Scholarship Trust Plan (CST) and Sparks & Honey recently conceptualized a series of jobs they think are going to be created or become common in the future. Rewilder, nostalgist, digital death manager, shown below a selection of 11 new professions that you may practice one day.
In vitro meat is a broad project that bonds many worlds together: animal rights, environmentalism, sustainability, public health, science and the list goes on and on.
The Modern Agriculture Foundation aim is simple: to make the day cultured meat will become a commercially available product arrive as soon as possible. They are hoping in a major step towards the replacement of the conventional meat industry – worldwide. While cultured beef research is getting the focus today thanks to Mark Post’s first hamburger, recently the organization have started a new campaign, for the promotion of cultured chicken meat research.
At the Modern Agriculture Foundation they truly believe cultured meat is the most effective, realistic, global solution to a lot of wrongdoings caused by the traditional meat industry.
Below they elaborated the top three aspects why we should support cultured meat.
For every smartphone user to recognize, is that merely the lighting of your screen, a vibration or ring distracts you from almost every activity. Even when you are spending time with your lover, friends, family or colleagues, any event on your screen seems to outrange the interaction you are physically part of. Being honest, does the screen really makes you happy, and does that tweet, like or Instagram truly enlight you? Research shows that people value off line interaction over online communication, which furthermore for a larger part contributes to people’s wellbeing and feelings of happiness (Leefritme, 2010).
Today we inaugurate a new series of homemade memes. Every Monday you’ll get your dose of next nature humorous and thought-provoking observations. Enjoy!