Each of the United Nations’ (UN) 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has special relevance for the world’s 500 million indigenous people. They are among the world’s poorest and most alienated from public decision-making. Yet, they are increasingly using international forums

Ronni Kahn has been fighting food waste long before the UN Sustainable Development Goals were on the agenda. As a producer of large scale, high-end events, she had seen first-hand the huge volume of food that went to waste alongside

Urbanisation, Sexism and the Sustainable Development Goals For the first time in history, there are more people living in cities than in rural areas. Today, cities are home to 54% of the world’s population, and by the middle of this century,

The jewelry industry is highly fragmented with a mix of a few large, branded companies interspersed with many family owned firms of all sizes that do business throughout the world. It includes the mining, distribution and manufacturing of precious metals,

The Stop Adani movement has one goal, as per its simple and snappy name: to stop the Adani Group, an Indian energy mogul, from building Australia’s biggest coal mine. The Carmichael project in Central Queensland, which would be one of

When Australian photographer Luke Shadbolt discovered his passion for the ocean, he decided to share it with the world. During his travels between remote natural areas and densely populated environments, he gained an insight into the fundamental human-nature connection. Through his works he seeks

'Performance wear for the planet'. Short. Concise. Impactful, just like any mantra should be. Tim Christian, and his certified B Corp, 'Out Of the Rat Race' is mantra turned mission. Here, the Impakter Sustainability team discusses using business as a

Steve Killelea is an impressively accomplished man, from tech to peace. Business wise, he is extremely successful. He has built his fortune in the tech industry. He formed Integrated Research in 1988, which manages systems for companies such as Visa, Mastercard, American

Mark Clinton, a Sydney-based photographer and traveler, who captures ocean, mountains, forests or beaches. His pictures reflect freedom, joy, happiness and power. In this interview, you will know, what drives Mark and what inspires him for such wonderful works. Hi, Mark.

Two Works on Namibian History  The exhibition ‘Unrecounted: Historical Amnesia in Germany and Namibia’ at the Conservatorio Benedetto Marcello suggests the future can only be really thought through the past, providing a foil to this year’s Venice Biennale theme, All the

Do You Want to Be a “Quota Woman”? What newgender quota rules in German boardrooms really mean. One businesswoman speaks up. *** On Friday, March 6, 2015, Germany passed a law that makes it mandatory to employ at least 30% of women in the

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