Despite the growing understanding that the urgency of biodiversity loss demands urgent global action, not enough has been done to reverse this trend. Global wildlife populations have declined on average by 60 percent in the past 40 years, largely due

Could aviation become more sustainable? In this article, we will analyze some actions that should be taken, and others already taking place, to reduce the negative impacts of aviation on the planet. Greta Thunberg’s decision to cross the Atlantic Ocean on

One of the elements overlooked in the non-profit sector is the value proposition. The leaders of social organizations are great at identifying needs but are not often finely tuned to the granular needs of their target. There is a distinction

The first-ever Virtual Island Summit hosted by Island Innovation was held, remotely, between October 6th and 11th and included almost 4,000 participants from over 250 island communities participating from places as diverse as the Caribbean, Pacific, Arctic, Patagonia, Europe, Asia,

Last month, we wrote about this year's SDG Finance Summit in Geneva, referring to the initiative, by the UNDP, as an innovation springboard with the core aim of "bring[ing] together high-level decision makers to forge partnerships for the implementation of

Could a self-funded company hit the market and be successful? This is the very inspiring story of Headline Solar Past articles of Silicon Valley Insider have focused on sustainability and clean energy companies finishing up their Series A-E financing rounds, often

I know you are trying, but just not hard enough Greta Thunberg As Greta spoke to Congress, B Corps from around the world spoke candidly with one another at the 2019 B Corporation Champions Retreat, ultimately celebrating that even greater action is

The Virtual Island Summit, hosted by Island Innovation, is a virtual summit aiming to bring together experts from around the world and discuss with them the best sustainable practices and the most relevant issues for island communities. What does a community

In a series of four articles about science, millennial scientist Jesse Zondervan delves into the future of geoscience applications in relation to the rise of globalization. In his third article, he explores how the frontiers of geoscience work together with

It has become commonplace to see and hear about companies and countries “going solar” or committing to obtaining a certain percentage of energy from renewable sources. An encouraging sign, to say the least, but unfortunately, we are still far from

Armenia Yerevan Oct. 6, 2019, WCIT 2019 opening day: This coming Sunday, on Yerevan’s iconic Republic Square, the WCIT 2019’s opening ceremony will take place. A ceremony unique in its format. Artificial intelligence will be at center stage: The audience will

With women accounting for just 16% of the technical workforce in 2018, enormous change powered by a collective effort is needed to establish a balance of representation in the technology field. Representation drops even further when considering the intersection between

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