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North America Analysis April 2023
We warmly invite you to delve into the April volume of North America Analysis, where we enjoy a multitude of insights from experts in the field from the region.
NASA’s Quesst: Flying faster than sound, but quieter than ever
With civilian supersonic flights over land being banned for the last 50 years due to noise complaints. NASA’s Quesst has a plan: Flying faster than sound, but with innovative technology to drastically reduce noise.
Eric van Gemeren discusses Honeywell Process Solutions
Eric van Gemeren, Chief Technology Officer for Honeywell Process Solutions, discusses Honeywell’s sustainable solutions and the environment.
Cybersecurity regulations in 2023
Robin Campbell-Burt, CEO at Code Red, discusses cybersecurity regulations in 2023 and how they will shape our futures.
Modern American gun ownership values can be linked to slavery
American gun ownership trends in the present day can be historically tied to the number of people who were enslaved in U.S. counties in 1860 Researchers have found a correlation between US locations with higher percentages of enslaved people in 1860 and the more guns its residents in those areas...
The importance of contraception in a post-Roe v. Wade world
With reproductive rights under attack in the USA and possibly UK, gaining control of one's menstrual cycle and sexual activities is more important than ever before.
Abortion bans are not pro-life, they are anti-woman
The recent upturning of Roe v. Wade in the U.S. raises concerns for women’s reproductive safety and rights, as abortion bans make the procedure illegal in more states.
People in Republican counties more likely to die from COVID-19
The partisan divide across the United States found that Republican counties suffer from higher mortality rates from the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Advanced recycling” not the answer to plastic pollution crisis
Advanced or chemical recycling, has been incentivised by State laws in the US - but environmental advocates suggest it will only further plastic pollution.
24 million US women will travel 150 miles for access to abortion
State legislation, aiming to overturn Roe v. Wade access to abortion care, puts millions of women into “abortion care deserts” – forcing them to travel hundreds of miles.
Firearms are the main cause of death for children in the US
Firearms are now the leading cause of death for children and adolescents, predominantly from homicide – surpassing motor vehicle death rates.
Black Lives Matter protests have lasting impact on racial discourse
Black Lives Matter protests bring public attention to incidents of police brutality, and also have shifted racial discourse, increasing interest in anti-racist ideas.
How do our attitudes to work reflect our trust in government?
It seems that having higher levels of trust in the government leads people to feel more secure in their jobs, producing better standards of work.
Historic timeline of Russia and Ukraine conflict
Russia has launched an attack on the former Soviet republic, as President Putin stands against Ukraine from joining the NATO military alliance – he claims he is defending the people from Ukraine’s ‘militarisation’.
Higher infection rates amongst politically authoritarian countries
The politics of COVID-19 is intertwined with infection rates, where researchers highlight the linear transmission rate in more authoritarian areas.
Child marriage: The legal loophole which violates statutory rape laws
Child marriages devise loopholes for sexual abuse against children – with a study showing that child marriages violate statutory rape laws in 14 states.
Can the White House successfully spearhead zero-trust?
Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI, Sectigo, discusses the role of PKI in securing digital identity and implementing zero-trust architectures within the Governmental and public sector arena.
Economic inequality in the US: Building back better for whom?
Jeronim Capaldo and Richard Kozul-Wright, from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), examine economic inequality in the United States.
How state laws drive the future of national privacy legislation
Rob Shavell, Co-Founder and CEO of Abine/DeleteMe, discusses how “local & limited” privacy laws will shape the future of national privacy legislation.
55% of deaths from police violence erased from official statistics
The Lancet found that over 55% of deaths via police violence were either misclassified or unreported in official statistics reports - a critical erasure of information between 1980 to 2018.