What lines can we not afford to cross when it comes to our impact on the planet? As the world races to achieve the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, it is vital that the pursuit of sustainable
This article is part of an editorial collaboration with BCorporation. The BCorp Series can be found here. The original publication can be found here. Business Leaders in Environmental Performance An employee-owned solar-panel installer. A sustainable architecture firm. A winery following regenerative agriculture practices.
In an agrarian country like India, agriculture is often projected as an occupation or livelihood for approximately 60% of the population, neglecting the fact agriculture supports the life of the entire population. Agriculture and allied sectors have tremendous potential for
This article is part of our Editorial Series called "GFAR impakters". This is done in partnership with GFAR - The Global Forum on Agricultural Research and Innovation - For more follow on Twitter: #GFARImpakters or view here. Propelled by a health and
Many conscious shoppers have asked themselves the same question -- what are the impacts of shopping online versus traditional retail on the environment and society. The total holiday sales in the United States for 2016 totals $665.87 billion, with $94.71
As communities across the globe search for a solid sustainable-living model, the answer may live in the corners of the United States. Concentrated mainly in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Indiana, the Amish community (having lived mostly in seclusion) has been feeling
Editor’s Note: This is the third piece in a series in collaboration with the SDSN-Y exploring the Sustainable Development Goals. See the introduction to the series here and SDG-12 here. The newly adopted Sustainable Development Goals spelled out a number of hard truths. Prominent