What is trending this week in the world of resilience?
Well, for a start, Canada is testing its new emergency alert system, a recent high-profile police arrest raises serious concerns about DNA privacy and we discover the dark side of the electric cars industry.
See below the five most popular publications this week.
Millions of cellphones, tablets and other portable devices will sound off across the country next week to test Canada’s new public emergency alert system.
The use of family members’ DNA without their consent to find the “Golden State Killer” has highlighted potential privacy concerns involved with genealogy databases and DNA testing.
The shock discovery is made after an art historian notices buildings shown in the paintings were erected after the artist’s death.
Carmakers and big tech struggle to keep batteries free from child labor.
Hot on the heels of the world’s first International Standard for occupational health and safety comes a technical specification to ensure those auditing it are up to scratch.