There’s water everywhere, but if there is to be a drop to drink in the future, big changes will be needed. Investors can help keep the taps running, says Stuart Watkins.
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Stuart Watkins looks at some of the world’s most scenic pilgrim trails.
Modern capitalism was supposed to deliver productivity gains, efficiency and unimagined wealth for all. Why then are so many of us labouring away at pointless work? Stuart Watkins reports.
Electric cars are now a viable option for serious motorists. Should you buy one? Stuart Watkins reports.
In pristine lands far from the beaten track, age-old ways of life survive, says Stuart Watkins.
Austerity and the Brexit referendum opened up a political space where things could be done differently. But are Labour’s plans a move in the right direction? Stuart Watkins reports.
Forsake your search for the perfect beach or spa and become a true seeker, says Stuart Watkins.
Get away from the norm with a stay in the cities that tourists ignore, says Stuart Watkins.
Bloated fat cats at the top, baying mobs closing down meetings at the bottom, and striking dons in between – it seems our universities are in deep trouble. What’s going on? Stuart Watkins explains.
The new Audi RS3 is a small family car with a power output not dissimilar to a Porsche 996 Turbo. That is quite unsettling.