How climate change guides the future of food


After the pandemic, housing prices in almost all major economies are rising

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After the pandemic, housing prices in almost every major economy are rising, and the success of skateboarding at the Tokyo Olympics may have a real impact on Japanese culture. In addition, Emiko Terazon, a commodity reporter for the Financial Times in the United Kingdom, explained how global temperature changes change the seasons and the crops that farmers can grow.

The pandemic fuels the widest global housing price increase in two decades

https://www.ft.com/content/491a245d-4af7-4cad-b860-6ba51b86b45f?

Avocados grown in Sicily tell us about climate change and the future of food, Commodity Correspondent Emiko Terazon.

https://www.ft.com/content/977fac14-49e0-4497-a435-6581e5792201

The success of Olympic skateboarding laid the foundation for the future of Japanese sports. With Leo Lewis, Asia Business Editor

https://www.ft.com/content/d62e6d01-5181-4075-a171-25b542ab818f

The FT news briefing was produced by Fiona Symon and Marc Filippino. The editor of the show is Jess Smith. Our intern is Zoe Han. Additional help from Gavin Kallmann, Michael Bruning and Persis Love. The theme song of the show is metaphorical music. The head of global audio for the Financial Times is Cheryl Brumley.


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