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Reinventing recycling in Louisiana

Dodany: 17 listopada 2022

Franziska Trautmann and Max Steitz decided to start a recycling project in New Orleans after realising the city sent all its glass to landfill. Now their social enterprise Glass Half Full diverts...

The cost of rescuing migrants in the Mediterranean

Dodany: 16 listopada 2022

In this episode of Business Daily we get on board The Ocean Viking, a migrant rescue boat operated by the non-governmental organisations SOS Méditerranée and the International Federation of the Red...

Africa Super League – new dawn for football?

Dodany: 15 listopada 2022

Confederation of African Football, CAF, with the backing of FIFA, has launched a new Super League aimed at injecting much-needed funds to clubs on the continent. CAF President Dr Patrice Motsepe...

Business Daily Meets: Nico Rosberg

Dodany: 14 listopada 2022

Theo Leggett meets Nico Rosberg, who found fame and fortune in the fossil-fuelled world of F1, but is now reinventing himself as a champion of green technology. As a driver he reached the pinnacle...

Business Daily Meets: Boyan Slat

Dodany: 11 listopada 2022

How do you clean the world's oceans of plastic? 10 years ago, when he was just 18, Dutchman Boyan Slat thought he knew how to do it, and set out his vision at TED talk. The journey from theory to...

Rebuilding lives after flooding in Pakistan

Dodany: 10 listopada 2022

Many communities in Pakistan were completely destroyed when vast areas of the country were hit by catastrophic flooding this summer. 33 million people were affected and in this episode of Business...

The Morality of Machines

Dodany: 8 listopada 2022

From search engines to chatbots to driverless taxis – artificial intelligence is increasingly a part of our daily lives. But is it always ethical? In this episode, Katie Barnfield explores some of...

Africa’s Middlemen: Rent-seekers or cultural brokers?

Dodany: 7 listopada 2022

Middlemen are intermediaries who facilitate business interactions for a commission, but in Africa their role is more complex. Africa's middlemen divide opinion on whether they are predatory...

How much is it costing fans to go to Qatar?

Dodany: 4 listopada 2022

About 1.5 million fans, a little more than half the population of Qatar, are expected to arrive in the tiny Gulf state for the 2022 World Cup. Two weeks before the start of tournament Sam Fenwick,...

Women in business in Qatar

Dodany: 3 listopada 2022

How easy is it for a woman to start and run a business in Qatar? In the past few years, there have been changes to the constitution and laws which have made it easier for women to work and run...

The footballers transforming their home towns

Dodany: 2 listopada 2022

Sadio Mane and Mo Salah have had a huge impact on the small towns and villages in Senegal and Egypt where they grew up. We find out how local people have benefited from the money donated and hear...

Qatar’s World Cup tourism gamble

Dodany: 1 listopada 2022

Will a boost in visitors for the Qatar World Cup lead to more visitors in the long run? Qatar has spent over $220bn on preparations for the football World Cup, and there are hopes the tournament...

Qatar: The migrant workers behind the World Cup

Dodany: 31 października 2022

Workers from countries such as Nepal have done the bulk of the work to build the stadiums and infrastructure for the Qatar World Cup. But there are difficult questions still to be answered about...

Business Daily Meets: Jason Bell

Dodany: 28 października 2022

Samira Hussain visits the New York studio of one of the most in demand photographers in the world, Jason Bell. Jason has photographed some of the world’s most famous people - including Angelina...

Sri Lanka: Life after an economic crisis

Dodany: 27 października 2022

In April 2022, Sri Lanka was gripped by a major economic crisis. Prices were rising sharply, protests started in the capital, Colombo,and spread across the country. Daily power cuts and shortages...

A special interview with the boss of the World Bank

Dodany: 26 października 2022

In a wide ranging interview, David Malpass, president of the World Bank, speaks to presenter Sam Fenwick about the global economic situation. He talks about the consequences of rising global debt...

The rise and fall of the hot tub

Dodany: 25 października 2022

In mid-2021 hot tub companies were king. Unprecedented demand through covid pushed up sales as people stayed at home. Some of Europe's well known suppliers boasted up to a 400% increase in sales...

Business Daily Meets: Dr Natalie Kenny

Dodany: 21 października 2022

When you’re conducting a scientific experiment, you must prepare for it to fail. Lab researchers work by this motto. But for Dr Natalie Kenny, founder of international lab testing and medical...

How social media is changing farming in Kenya

Dodany: 20 października 2022

We hear from some of the many small-scale farmers in Kenya who are using apps like What’sApp, Facebook and Instagram to share information about the best way to grow fruit and veg and sell direct to...

How students' right to earn shook up US sport

Dodany: 18 października 2022

University sport in the US has become huge business. For decades, students' share of those earnings only came in the form of scholarships. As television contracts got bigger, so did the calls for...