The Global Goals as the Super Bowl: Are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals inadvertently tripping up our team? I’ve recently become interested in American Football. I might still struggle to know the difference between a wildcat and a West Coast offense, but

Starting February 1, two sustainable fashion entrepreneurs, highly motivated and increasingly concerned with plastic pollution, launched an Australia vs. Iceland challenge as a 30-day experiment to see whether it's possible to live plastic-free. The contenders, Heidrun Sigfusdottir and Edda Hamar are

This article is the Second of a series: Pipe dream or achievable vision: How can we deliver on the 2030 Agenda?  The 2030 Agenda foresees a bright future for humanity, one in which everyone enjoys peace and prosperity on a bountiful planet.

It was in 2014, I think, that I read that small piece of information in Fernand Braudel’s masterpiece ‘Civilisation and Capitalism’ (Braudel 1981). According to official documents of the Habsburg Empire, in my home region, Lesser Poland (Austrian Galicia under

In buying these compelling portraits, punters are directly empowering those in the photographs. Amongst the subdued tones of a drought-stricken field in Ethiopia emerges a family of three, each dressed in exquisitely patterned red and black textiles. There is a striking

Collaboration and multi-stakeholder partnerships have now become overused terms, new fashionable expressions adopted by companies, public institutions and the non-profit ecosystem. They have been presented as the answer to the demands of a growingly complex world and to the challenges

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