Impakter interviews key speakers at The Economist's 8th Annual World Ocean Summit and reports on the main panel discussions. This plenary panel, featuring Carlos Duarte (Marine Ecologist), Chip Cunliffe (Director of Sustainable Development, AXA), Carol Phua (Global Coral Reef Initiative Manager),

We have all heard that when it comes to the climate crisis, cities are both the problem and the solution – and the same is true for the daunting challenge of plastic pollution. Globally, cities are dealing with the impacts

Companies globally are moving quickly to bring to market meat products that are grown from animal cells in a lab, also known as “clean”, “cultivated” or “cultured” meats. In Singapore, on 2nd December 2020 lab-grown meat was approved for sale

This is the second article in the series “Our Sustainable Future”. The first article is here. The author is a filmmaker who lives in the U.K. and she records for us how she became a “conscious consumer”, with a new

Challenging social biases often require assiduous and consistent efforts. One must identify, be mindful, and critically engage to change social stereotypes, especially in gender-related matters in the world of work. Despite the substantial improvements made towards gender equality in the

The United States House Committee on Energy and Commerce held a hearing yesterday that saw Facebook Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey offer testimonies on how each platform plans to stop the

Oxford University, in collaboration with Global Accelerated Ventures (GAV) and the research commercialization arm of the university, Oxford University Innovation, are forming the Oxford GAV Conservation Venture Studio (OXGAV). OXGAV was designed with a very specific purpose: to vigorously help launch technological innovations that can

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