For a multitude of reasons, I contend that science fiction is more progressively impactful than any other genre. For my article here, I want to focus on a couple of key theories for why science fiction is such a progressive

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The Fabric Social is a conscious fashion label the clothes of which involve silk and cotton materials woven by artisans on traditional handlooms in Northeast India. While it isn't too uncommon nowadays to hear about slow fashion brands focusing on and

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Episode 4 of the short film series "Climate . Change” features Dr. Elizabeth Latham, PhD, Founder of Bezoar Laboratories. In this episode, Elizabeth presents her exceptional patented innovation: a probiotic formulation fed to cattle that reduces by 50% their daily

Being raised in an environmentally conscious German household, I have always realized the importance of environmental protection. But how did I finally end up as a Sustainability Manager trying to push the implementation of complex Sustainability Strategies in even more

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