ARC Reads: February 2023 Edition

This Month: Wind, Solar, and Hydrogen: How Energy Will Get More Sustainable in 2023, Innovating in Uncertain Times, Canada’s Ban on Certain Harmful Single-Use Plastics Starts to Take Effect, Biggest Innovations to Expect in 2023 & More

In this Frosty February Valentine’s edition of ARC Reads we continue to share the latest tech and business articles that have piqued our interest.  

What We’re Reading This Month

Wind, solar, and hydrogen: How energy will get more sustainable in 2023 – Both the EU’s ambitious 2030 climate target and the current energy crisis have highlighted the need to accelerate the transition to renewable energy.  And while wind, solar, and green hydrogen are already on the rise, there are still important steps to be taken in the coming year to increase their sustainability – and improve what they’re capable of. Check out what the experts think

Innovating in Uncertain Times: Lessons from 2022 – Economic uncertainty, social and political unrest, environmental catastrophe, and global health crises continue to impact people and businesses worldwide. Yet, amidst each of these disruptions, managers must maintain forward momentum to ensure their teams achieve success. More here

Canada’s ban on certain harmful single-use plastics starts to take effect this month – Effective December 20, 2022, the manufacture and import for sale of certain harmful single-use plastics in Canada will be prohibited.  Canadians want to see an end to the harmful impacts of plastic pollution on nature and wildlife and the time to act is now.  Read the full article. 

What Do Customers Want in 2023?  For many of us, a new year represents a fresh start. New Year’s resolutions offer an annual opportunity to transform our lives for the better, whether that’s by improving our health, relationships, finances, or whatever else we find most important. What do Customers want in 2023?

Here are the 5 biggest innovations to expect in 2023 – We may be a mere 23 years into the century but already it has been a doozy. In 2022, we saw impressive technological feats, including a fusion energy breakthrough, the first successful all-electric passenger plane test, and the release of bivalent Covid-19 booster vaccines.  As we enter into 2023, what can we expect? At Inverse, we aren’t in the business of fortune-telling, but the innovations we saw in the last 12 months can help us predict what might be in store for the next — from driver-free transportation to commercial space exploration to (finally) clean energy for all. Full article

Interested in what you’ve read? Want to learn more about what we do? Contact us today. In addition to keeping on top of tech trends, we provide IT and business solutions to clients across North America.

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