In contrast to American climate deniers, Europeans generally believe in the science of climate change and worry about threats to the environment. In the fight to save our planet, the European Commission has been at the forefront for a long

This article is part of an editorial collaboration with BCorporation. The BCorp Series can be found here. The original publication can be found here. Through Policy Advocacy — from Opioid Abuse to Family Leave to Pesticides — B Corps and Workers Act on Their Beliefs The U.S. opioid epidemic is

What is the role of pain in our lives?  Pain, we can all agree, is unpleasant, both physically and emotionally. Pain acts as an alarm when faced with danger. Pain can be excruciating, tragic, the forerunner of death. In short,

The circular economy has started to become trendy, and hopefully, it is not just another economic framework. Some may ask, what on earth is it? The circular economy is an alternative to our traditional linear economy, in which we take

The term ‘sustainable investing’ seems like an oxymoron upon first observation. How can someone expend money with the hope of receiving a return on their investment while constraining their strategies to ethical principles? Indeed, this task is quite challenging —

The glaciers of eastern Antarctica have begun to melt, which could "remodel the coasts of the world". The alarm, because this is what it is, comes from NASA scientists. Satellite images have shown that a group of glaciers that extends for

The International Criminal Court (the ICC) is the only permanent international criminal tribunal with the mandate to investigate and prosecute mass atrocities. However, the ICC is a treaty-bound tribunal, the treaty being the Rome Statute. This very fact prevents the

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