“The New European Bauhaus movement is intended to be a bridge between the world of science and technology and the world of art and culture

We’re not the first to say that 2020 was “quite a year.” The pandemic that altered nearly every facet of our lives, the wildfires burning across the western U.S., waves of social change rising around the globe, and a presidential

Celebrated in her native Somalia as the Queen of Tie Dye, Nimco Adam has designed for a myriad of fast-fashion companies in the past and has recently become a pioneer of global sustainable fashion efforts. In 2020, the business woman

I do not wish them [women] to have power over men; but over themselves. ― Mary Wollstonecraft, A Vindication of the Rights of Woman Recently, the Under Secretary for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights addressed students at the American University of Cairo: Women ruled over many

Whether for work or lifestyle, we are constantly staring at our phones and checking our socials and email inboxes. There was a time not too long ago when an internet connection was only available on computers and the best-case scenario was

Creating meaningful opportunities for nature in our urban environments E.O. Wilson, who did a lot to disseminate biophilia in the USA in the middle of the twentieth century, described biophilia as “the innately emotional affiliation of human beings to other living

For many years, media and advertising have associated shopping with well-being and happiness. Making us live to consume, rather than consume to live. Therefore, it has become very difficult to change these old deeply rooted habits. Even if consumerism is in

For the 2020 Top 100 Global Brands, a list derived from Forbes World’s Most Valuable Brands, the goal of sustainability continues to be out of reach, despite their many claims to the contrary. This is what the findings of a

For the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, we are handing over the mic to women and men on the front line, those who are battling COVID-19 and the pandemic of violence against women and girls that’s relentless and

Root Capital's Climate Resilience Roadmap This week, Hurricane Iota became the strongest storm ever to hit Nicaragua. The category four storm ripped across the country with torrential rains and winds topping 155mph, mere weeks after the same communities were devastated by

Vietnamese farmers can improve their profitability and enhance their resilience against climate impacts by growing shrimp, tilapia, and seaweed together. Aquaculture production has been a fast-growing food sector in the world. Its profitability and climate resilience should be explored to identify

Today we live in a world of globalisation and mass consumption. We, as a society, have internalised that happiness and abundance come hand in hand. As a result, we often find ourselves living in excess – wanting more, thinking bigger.

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