Christina Tan is an Indonesia-based photographer who specializes in travel photography. Working in the fashion industry led her to world travel where she discovered her life's passion: photography. What started out as a hobby has given her commercial work with

Editor’s Note: This is the fourth piece in a series in collaboration with the SDSN-Y exploring the Sustainable Development Goals. See the introduction to the series here, SDG-12 here, and SDG-15 here. More and more people are becoming aware of the importance of our

Nesta is an innovation charity in the UK helping people and organisations bring their ideas to life. Their work includes tackling social challenges by investing in research, partnerships and projects. Once a niche, now digital is a hype and part

Jenny Santi, born and raised in the Philippines and now living in New York, has become something of a guru in the philanthropy community. When she was only twenty-eight, Santi headed for five years Philanthropy Services (Southeast Asia) for UBS, a Swiss global

The viral video, Kony 2012, did not only bring attention to and demand the stop of Joseph Kony, the brutal leader of Lord’s Resistance Army. The catchy #BlackLivesMatter hashtag did not only focus on the unbalanced dispersion of police brutality.

We live in a world where “ski porn” is now becoming what we expect as spectators. We want athletes to go bigger, harder, and faster (take for example the Winter X Games in Aspen this past weekend). What gets lost in

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