Major step forward on food consumption data

EFSA has published a new release of its Comprehensive European Food Consumption Database, which for the first time includes data collected under EFSA’s EU Menu project.

Trending this week – New website, Journalism and Barbados

This week, new version of The Resilience Post, Denis Goulet in the Barbados and Phil Gurski analyses the responsibilities of journalists in counter terrorism.

Barbados | Place for Relaxation Seekers

Check out Denis Goulet publication in the latest edition of PECB Insights, on his recent trip to Bridgetown, Barbados.

Consumers demanding supply chain visibility and performance

According to a global survey, 78% of consumers want to receive updates on the status of their orders when purchasing goods, and they won't hesitate to switch brands if supply chain performance fails to meet their expectations.

A journalist’s responsibility to help counter terrorism forces

Where does the job as a journalist ends and the job as a citizen begins? An analysis by Phil Gurski.

New standard for facility management just published

If the future of work is all about employee experience, what about the workplace? New international guidelines have just been published.

Why it is important to reserve judgment on the Toronto attack

I learned a long time ago that to be accurate and to do true analysis you need intelligence and/or information to make a judgment and we do not have that yet.

What is Urban Resilience?

Urban resilience is a city's ability to survive, adapt, and grow amid the many shocks and stresses it inevitably experiences.

Gmail spam campaign – Annoying, not a hack

Security-minded Gmail users discover spam message campaign in their sent-message folder.

Does specific sector experience matter to Business Continuity Management?

Does experience in a specific sector really make a difference when applying objective BCM?

Urging leaders to act against corruption in the Americas

Summit of the Americas: How governments can combat corruption at the highest levels throughout the region?

Another Monty Python moment, if it were not so serious

Who decides what a religion is and is not? I want to build on the Crusader theme for today’s piece in light of a recent US trial.

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