Welcome to the 36th volume of WizeWorld, our weekly collection of handpicked stories and sounds to help bolster your sense of wizdom and curiosity. This week we're looking at malleability, and how setting off on one path, doesn't always lead where you'd think.
- How falling coffee prices are forcing farmers to cultivate cocaine.
- An interview with renown surfer, Paul Boskers.
- Perfect hip-hop beats for the outdoors.
- A breakthrough in sustainable food packaging.
A story from The Conversation details how the fraught coffee industry has become so perilous, some Peruvian farmers are turning to the cultivation of cocaine to survive.
Paul Boskers, worldly surfer started off with dreams of golf stardom, his journey however, led him to chase waves.
Risky Mix 006 by S3A is a perfect foray into the kinds of summer rap vibes that paint the vibes at cookouts and kickbacks. Perfect for the heat to come.
Research published in the Journal of Food Engineering details a major breakthrough in food packaging that has led to the creation of edible and biodegradable food wrap.
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