Don’t miss this week’s new episode of Horizons, where presenter Adam Shaw travels to the UK and Brazil to explore innovations that could make the construction industry more efficient and more environmentally friendly. Sponsored by DuPont, Horizons is developed independently by BBC World News. The television series is part of The Horizons Project, a comprehensive branded content platform developed by OgilvyEntertainment, which aims to reinforce DuPont as a scientific thought leader amongst business decision makers. The Horizons television series airs on BBC World News on Friday at 9:30pm, Saturday at 4:30am, and Sunday at 10:30am and 4:30pm ET.
You won’t want to miss this week’s featured DuPont Story of Inclusive Innovation, “Designing Comfort,” which airs alongside Episode 14. The compelling mini-doc chronicles the DuPont Building Innovations unit’s collaboration with the Ronald McDonald House to provide materials that are used in the charity’s new 14-storey, 86 room building in Chicago near the new children’s Memorial Hospital, creating an energy efficient and safe environment. The mini-doc can also be viewed at YouTube.com/DuPont here.
Plus, here’s a recap of Horizons Episode 13 in case you missed it! During last week’s episode, presenters Adam Shaw and Saima Mohsin visit California, USA and Bangalore and Mumbai, India to learn how cities are dealing with the growing amount of waste being generated. Accompanying Horizons Episode 13 was the DuPont Story of Inclusive Innovation titled “The Magic of Science,” which examines how small farmers in Columbia are working closely with DuPont to use Marschall® brand rennet for cheese production. “The Magic of Science” can be viewed on Youtube.com/DuPont here.