Ethical advertising, intimacy coordinators, secondhand screen time.

–Google has introduced a new tool that lets users virtually track the impact of climate change on world heritage sites, reveals Conde Nast Traveler. For more on cultural heritage preservation, see trend #26 in The Future 100: 2020.

–Atari is jumpstarting gaming tourism with the launch of Atari hotels, reports CNN.

–The Guardian will no longer run advertisements from fossil fuel companies, taking a stand for climate change, reports The New York Times.

–New anti-harassment guidelines are being implemented for the filming of movie sex scenes, writes Dazed.

–How harmful is secondhand screen time? Fast Company investigates.

–New startup Kensho is bridging the information gap about holistic wellness, writes Well + Good.

The Verge questions whether Call of Duty’s new live league could be the “NFL of competitive gaming.”

–Microsoft is deepening their involvement in the health space with a $40 million investment in an AI health program. Via Engadget.

–Mattel has unveiled a new line of inclusive Barbie dolls, announces the New York Times.

–A bill in California could reduce the stigma surrounding mental health, allowing students mental health days alongside sick days, explores The Guardian.

–Louis Vuitton is opening its first restaurant and cafe, making it the latest luxury fashion brand to enter the culinary space, says Business Insider.

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