We’re in the middle of severe climate challenges and the fashion industry has for many years nourished a buy-and-throw-away-culture, that doesn’t sustain our resources being used efficiently enough. Call it circular economy, call it closed loop, call it cradle-to-cradle—but no

Editors note: This article was co-written by Anne De Lannoy and Jane Kronner. In late 2017, Cyclone Ockhi sank or damaged nearly 500 fishing boats off the southern coast of India, leaving more than 350 people from the country’s Tamil Nadu

September is the time of year when New York becomes the center of attention of the word. All the foreign dignitaries are there, attending the UN General Assembly. Since 2011 they have a new home, a very fresh and forward

Looking at the future may be exciting yet terrifying for millennials, just like staring at a black mirror of their smartphone. Thrilling technological transformation, balanced with uncertain job demands, is inevitable. Policy makers, entrepreneurs, training providers and researchers from Europe

Trump is the face of populism in America and the midterms have shown that a Democratic “blue wave” could stop and even defeat it. How about populism in Europe? After the traditional parties on the left collapsed and the center

Founded in Copenhagen, ART 2030 is a non-profit organisation that aims to merge art with the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. The organisation believes that through art, they can open people's heart and minds and ignite their imagination, sparking

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