In the ever-evolving landscape of fashion and lifestyle, some brands have withstood the test of time, maintaining their status as pioneers of luxury. These venerable institutions not only embody a rich history but also continue to set the standard for opulence and refinement. Let’s delve into the world of the oldest luxury brands that have not just survived, but thrived through centuries. 1. Burberry (1856): Founded by Thomas Burberry in 1856, Burberry has seamlessly…"Enduring Elegance: The World’s Oldest Luxury Brands That Continue to Thrive"
As countries across Europe scale up efforts towards fossil fuel-free mobility, Sweden is working on the world’s first permanent electric road — allowing electric cars and trucks to charge while driving. The project is led by the Swedish Transport Administration, Trafikverket, which has selected the E20 highway. Specifically, it will build the electric road system (ERS) on the 21km route from Hallsberg to Örebro, located between the country’s two largest cities, Stockholm and Gothenburg. The…"Sweden to pave world’s first permanent e-road for EV charging while driving"
Mitsubishi wants to be the world’s biggest dealer of carbon removal credits. Keep in mind that the company has its hand in many of the most polluting industries out there — from producing cars to natural gas, coal, petrochemicals and plastics. And carbon credits have become a popular way for corporations to keep on polluting while claiming to fight climate change. This week, the company announced a joint venture to set up what it says…"Mitsubishi wants to be the world’s carbon broker"