Seems like the Coronavirus which has caused the cancellation of J League football games in Japan may force SANZAAR to start cancelling Super 18 rugby games. Where will this end?
Category: On the daily
I have a bad feeling…
…that the Tokyo2020 Olympic Games is going to be cancelled. And it might be for no other reasons than countries are not prepared to send athletes.
It doesn’t help that that Cruise ship stuck in Tokyo is acting like a Petri dish.
JP Morgan says we’re all doomed.
“The world’s largest financier of fossil fuels has warned clients that the climate crisis threatens the survival of humanity and that the planet is on an unsustainable trajectory, according to a leaked document”…
read more here. Because as soon as the money stops financing the linear economy change will come about quite rapidly.
The Circular Economy explained
Here’s a comprehensive piece by Nat Geo. Enjoy.
My plummeting IQ
I’m not sure what my IQ was but it’s a lot lower today after losing an hour of my life watching this. A slow car crash of a show.
Damnation to you Netflix.
Rising from the ashes
Very excited to see iAccelerate launch this initiative for any Bega area business in need. We’re here to help!
An amazing, tragic statistic from the home of free market economics
Drought, fires, floods…then the winds.
This can’t be good
Tokyo just announced that it has cancelled its annual marathon due to be held next month. As a Japanese speaking marathon runner in the year Japan is set to host the Olympics it’s a triple blow.
This must surely put the cancellation of the Tokyo2020 Games at a better than 50:50 proposition. Hopefully not but it’s just 4 months away.
The bushfires might be over but the real trouble has only just begun.
Speaking with fire-affected Bega business owners today and it seems like despite the millions of dollars donated, the Government is battling to figure out how to distribute it.
In one instance a company is unable to restart manufacturing as their fire-damaged factory cannot be touched until the assessors have arrived. And the assessors haven’t arrived. And there’s no sign of anyone coming anytime soon. What would you do?