Wellness summits, cannabis courses, advertising biases.

–Snap has unveiled Spectacles 3, the latest generation of their video-recording sunglasses, which will feature two cameras and will be released this fall, reports Bloomberg.

–The city of Helsinki has introduced a “first of it’s kind” sustainable city guide for tourists, locals and businesses. Via Dezeen.

Fast Company introduces Summit Series, a new wellness community out of Silicon Valley described as “young TED meets Burning Man.”

–Students at two U.S. universities can now take courses in marijuana to prepared them for a career in cannabis, announces The Wall Street Journal.

–Approved, Not Approved is a new campaign working to combat unequal representation in sexual wellness advertising, writes Dezeen.

Wired explores how WeChat apps are tackling the “deep cultural taboo” of mental health in China.

–A new Chinese e-reader will feature author Avatars which read books out loud in the author’s voice, says BBC.

–To combat overtourism, Amsterdam is shifting their strategy in an effort to attract more luxury travelers. Via Skift.

Curbed introduces a new membership-based RV rental club launching in January 2020.

–British Airways is testing VR entertainment for first class passengers, reveals The Verge.

Well + Good introduces a new nightclub-esque gym that serves electrolyte-spiked margaritas and features a neon-lit workout space.

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