Month: June 2021

With billions in funding, yet limited sales, the indoor growing industry is hitting an inflection point.  A stunning $1.9 billion in funding poured into the industry globally in 2020, according to Pitchbook, which amounts to more than the industry pulled in over the past decade combined. Now, a roster of well-funded and unprofitable vertical farming
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(CNN) — Occupying a special place in adventure lore, mountain huts have been offering a roof over travelers’ heads since the dawn of exploration. If you can reach them, they provide a thrilling and wild escape from civilization down below — a place to marvel at starry night skies and then wake up to breathtaking
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These are unusual times, and the state of affairs can change quickly. Please check the latest travel guidance before making your journey. Our writers visited these hotels pre-pandemic. It’s no secret that London is surrounded by incredible beauty. The rolling hills and quaint country villages are the perfect antidote to frenetic city life and, thankfully,
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If you’re leaving things to the last minute, the good news is it’s not too late to plan the perfect three-day weekend getaway — or staycation if you’d prefer to relax closer to home. If you’re thinking of hitting the road for Fourth of July, you’re not alone. According to AAA travel predictions, a whopping
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As consumer demand for meatless alternatives grows, companies are responding with innovative products that do not require livestock or land. However, plants are not the only substitutes that researchers are investigating as a potential meatless Monday dinner option. Fungi-based meat is one of the new alternatives that more companies are pursuing. More Than Mushrooms Grilled
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(CNN) — China’s long-awaited Chengdu Tianfu International Airport has officially begun operations, offering travelers a new gateway to the home of giant pandas. Its inaugural flight, operated by Sichuan Airlines, took off at 11:10 a.m. on Sunday, bound for Beijing. Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province, is now the third city in the country to
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Hong Kong has just tightened its restrictions on UK arrivals. The Special Administrative Region previously allowed in British travellers with strict quarantine and testing restrictions in place. As of July 1, however, the rules will become even tighter. Here we answer all of your questions on travel to Hong Kong. For all the latest information
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