Technology evolves at an exponential rate--often at a pace too fast for us to comprehend until we are able to look back at it and reflect on it in the context of history. However, there is some technology that does
This article is part of an editorial collaboration with BCorporation. The BCorp Series can be found here. The original publication can be found here. Through fishing, travel, plastic waste and more, humans are having an outsize impact on the health of our oceans’ ecosystems.
The Impakter team, deeply saddened by the tragic loss of lives in the airplane crash near Addis Ababa, joins the Secretary-General of the United Nations in conveying their heartfelt sympathies and solidarity to the victims’ families and loved ones, including those
We live on a blue planet. Our oceans cover 70 percent of the Earth’s surface, contain 90 percent of the planet’s living biomass; produce more oxygen than all the world’s forests and absorb around 30 percent of global carbon dioxide.
Editor’s Note: SDG 14 is the fifth piece in a series in collaboration with the FAO exploring the Sustainable Development Goals. See the introduction to the series here. Striking the right balance between nourishing people and nurturing the planet is perhaps nowhere more