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Knowledge is vulnerable when centralized. We have seen it both in the East in censoring of Wikipedia in Turkey, and in the West during whitewashing of climate research data in the aftermath of the US presidential elections. There is a solution:

This article is part of an editorial collaboration with BCorporation. The original publication can be found here. The supermarket can be a daunting place. It’s hard enough to get through your grocery list, let alone choose healthy and sustainable products amongst

During my first visit to an eye clinic in Ethiopia, I met a local Catholic priest who had lost vision in both eyes due to cataracts. He had not let the congregation know that he was losing his sight. Instead,

Part One I’ve worked in the environment sector for a long time and, increasingly, in the world of sustainability. I advise and coach organisations to assess their environmental impact by working with people to reconsider current approaches in their work and

Building a Sustainable Supply Chain Enhances Earth-Friendly Efforts Businesses, unlike governments, are uniquely positioned to move fast to reduce greenhouse gas emissions — especially when they partner with other businesses that share their commitment to sustainability. Environmental policies can take years, sometimes

On 2 January 2019, the People’s Republic of China successfully landed its Chang’e 4 probe on the far side of the moon.  A historic achievement for China, but significant in what it implies for the future of outer space in

Presenting the 2018 Best For The World: Changemakers B Corps—and impact improvement—are gaining recognition. A full week doesn’t go by without a story highlighting the importance of purpose, transparency and a trusted certification to back it all up. According to Deloitte’s 2018 Millennial

In a series of four articles, millennial scientist Jesse Zondervan delves into the future of geoscience applications in relation to the rise of globalisation. In this first article, he shares his views on the shift in the global knowledge economy

The UK has reached a stage where it’s critical to make renewable energy technology truly accessible for residents and business owners alike. The issue is one that faces all developed countries that aspire to base their economy on renewable energy. How

One of my favorite stories (and I have many) is of the disoriented English traveler in colonial India who, after walking in circles for several hours, asks a native passerby how one gets to Delhi. To the Englishman’s bafflement, the

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