October 21, 2016

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Tomorrow's Cities Need Trees

Last week, I spotted news of an enormous construction project planned for a chain of small islands between Singapore and Malaysia. Dubbed ‘Forest...

The World Bank just issued a warning that will rattle global economies

Economies across large swaths of the globe could shrink dramatically by 2050 as freshwater grows scarce because of climate change, the World Bank...

Industry 4.0: how intelligent assets will be part of a circular economy

The internet of things and intelligent assets will be key to achieving a truly circular economy and forward-thinking cities such as Barcelona and...

You can buy a cheap chicken today, but we all pay for it in the long run

Industrial agriculture comes with a high cost to the environment and people’s health, says a leading sustainable farmer...

Emma Watson: Changing the world one dress at a time

The fashion industry is on a relentless pursuit to answer the question: What does luxury mean today?

Ikea starts selling solar panels in UK stores

Swedish firm is optimistic of sales despite recent cuts to solar incentives...

Power plan maps out route to follow for 100% renewable energy future

GetUp! and SolarCitizens say its ‘homegrown power plan’ means it would be technically feasible and cheaper for Australia to switch from fossil fuels...

Chris Ying and Lucky Peach examine the importance of what we eat without an extra helping of sanctimony

“I believe in sustainability and I’m a huge proponent of organic, but they all kind of get tied up in the idea that...

China signs historic Paris climate agreement – what's next?

With only 10% of Chinese firms carrying out sustainability initiatives, the country’s business sector will need to act quickly if China is to...

Economics needs a new paradigm

The aim must not be merely GDP growth, but more urgently, fair inclusion and environmental sustainability.



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