Once again Copenhagen has been named one of the world’s most sustainable and livable cities. But psst—let us tell you a well-kept secret; most Copenhageners don’t really care about sustainability. Sustainability simply does not play a major role in the

Janelle Barone is an Australian-based digital illustrator and designer, known for eye-catching drawings on social issues, film and everything in-between. With a deliberate use of colour, her work evokes powerful emotions, inspiring a sense of intimacy and intrigue about the

In Copenhagen, economic growth, sustainability and high quality of life are inextricable fruitfully and in ways that can scarcely be seen in other cities. These areas, their synergistic compatibility and the practically effortless yet effectual emphasis placed on them —

It is the US city that is a magnet for millenials and that is positioned at the forefront of a new kind of economy: one powered by startups developing creative ways to turn waste into valuable new products. No, we

How many attention-grabbing headlines like the one above have you read, and then nonchalantly clicked on the next article? Let’s not lie. There is no easy fix. Climate change is a knotty systems problem, requiring long-term commitments from government and

The Danish capital of Copenhagen is often considered among the leading proprietors of innovation in sustainable living. One of the most significant tenants of this ideology is architecture and the practices used in these sustainable building principles. The following are

Guided tours are an integral part of visiting a new destination—especially so if the destination is a city. Many tourists use tours to see the main sights and get background information on the destination’s history and culture.  The guided tour

Women's economic empowerment in post-conflict contexts must be a top priority for the international community in the implementation of peacebuilding processes and global sustainable development programmes. Post-conflict conditions increase the economic and social burdens of both women and men. The suffering that women

I woke up to the sound of horns blowing. “If you hear the sound of conch shells, stay inside. There is a storm,” Yeni told me. As I swung on my hammock, Yeni pulls out a ribbon of colorful threads

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