Zelenskyy addresses Davos, and how one burger company is cutting carbon emissions

Zelenskyy addresses Davos, and how one burger company is cutting carbon emissions

In today's podcast, Ian King speaks to the chief executive of Honest Burgers about how the company is cutting carbon emissions. Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has addressed the World Economic Forum in Davos - urging businesses to stop dealing with Russia. And Ian discusses the number of refugees displaced by the conflict seeking employment in the UK.
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