WHITE HOUSE ANNOUNCES TRUMP WOULD LIKELY VETO BILL REGULATING 'FOREVER CHEMICALS' IN DRINKING WATER
That was last week's headline in Newsweek.
What's this about?
You're going to hear a lot more about perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), which are generated by things like nonstick coatings on pans.
They are called "forever toxins" because they don't seem to leave the human body.
And welcome to our first update of 2020.
The Weekly CEO Briefing Goes BIG!
The weekly briefings have been such a success that we are promoting them as full webinars!
Yes, starting next week, I will be making a full weekly (or so) presentation, live on Zoom.
So—today's CEO Briefing will be the last informal one.
But I promise you it will be interesting!
Good morning! In the US, I hope you had a great Thanksgiving.
As I promised, we're preparing a full commercial rollout of the animal farming application that our friends in Spain pioneered.
A first announcement is on the way, along with a cool video. Meanwhile, here is a preview. Enjoy!
I'm writing this on a brilliantly sunny afternoon in Barcelona, on the way back from many tours of pig farms over two days, and an historic meeting in which we agreed to build a new relationship with our key partner in Europe, Depuporc S.L.
This was last week's headline on CNBC:
MONEY FROM SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTORS FLOWS INTO US WATER STOCKS
Yes, it seems there's a shortage of publicly traded water companies in which to invest. These utilities are popular with funds that focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG).