This article is part of an editorial collaboration with BCorporation. The BCorp Series can be found here. The original publication can be found here. With a Healthy Planet in Mind, Companies Put Environment Among Primary Stakeholders Certified B Corporations aren’t waiting for government action to

Science, technology and innovation are often regarded as critical to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. However, while scientists have been alerting society for decades on the negative impacts and risks linked to human activity — climate change, growing pollution levels,

Kimberly and Priscilla Addison are the two Co-founders of '57 Chocolate, a luxury chocolate brand inspired by their Ghanian roots. Kimberly is a graduate of Boston College’s Arts and Sciences Program, where she obtained a Bachelors of Arts in French

Born and raised in Zagreb, Juraj Žlof has a masters degree in Agriculture and Rural Development from the University of Zagreb. He was the club president of the first American football team in Croatia, known as Zagreb Thunder, for five

If you are thinking of kick-starting an innovative business and looking for a conducive environment, make sure to place the City of Sydney at the top of your list! This Global City has been ranked 4th for its local connectedness by

The manufacturing of autonomous vehicles is starting to gain serious momentum, but recent events, including one fatal crash, make us wonder, will self-driving cars, in fact, make the roads safer by reducing the rates of accidents? Thirty years ago, cars that drove

Imagine a world where scanning your body and seeing what is inside is as normal as having a haircut. A world where having a 3D model of your body is just like having a photograph of yourself. There’s a lot of

With her cofounder Julia Bösch, Anna Alex founded OUTFITTERY in 2012—as an online version of “personal shopping.” With the intention of revolutionizing what people knew about “personal shopping,” they wanted to create an experience that was both accessible and affordable

You’d think that writing scientific papers today, with all the digital tools at hand, would be a breeze. But you’d be wrong. Scientific work is not helped along by the Internet but challenged by it. Why? Because scientists, for the most part,

Martin Bryant has to be described as a polymath, combining the weighty role of editor-at-large for The Next Web with being a prolific music producer. Impakter interviewed Bryant to find out more about what it's like to juggle running a major news

In a day and age where advancing technology has granted our phones high quality cameras, people are increasingly becoming involved in cell phone photography. There's a catch though - up until now, it's been very difficult to monetize all of

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