The Fed & Tech Week In Review – 12/3/16


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Every Saturday the HBCU Money staff picks ten articles they were intrigued by and think you will enjoy for some weekend reading impacting finance and tech.

Study, work, retire. Time to scrap the old pattern of working life l @wef wef.ch/2gHgdLg

1/4 of global energy-related GHG emissions come from transport. l @WorldBankwrld.bg/zmDr3003A2O

Alexander, Who Use To Be Rich Last Sunday teaches about opportunity cost and spending l@council4econed bit.ly/270jvuK

Natural disasters hamper growth and make it harder for the poor to escape poverty. Solutions? l @WorldBankAfrica wrld.bg/kodn306sJsd

We can recycle everything we use, including cigarette butts and toothbrushes. So why don’t we? @wef wef.ch/2fMHkAt

Physics may be a small but crucial fraction of our reality l @newscientist newscienti.st/2g4nuDC

Eleven cities that are showing the way on fighting climate change l @renewablecities buff.ly/2gfWuOY

ESA approves 2020 ExoMars rover despite crash earlier this year l @newscientist newscienti.st/2gS77c1

Nikola Motor Company Unveiling — Details On “Zero Emissions” Semi Truck l @cleantechnica ow.ly/Hmqn306MkGe

Hubble uses galactic lens to study universe’s first stars l @sciencemagazine ow.ly/UCdA306Mll6

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