Brothers Leonidas and Babis Souras started their brand in a small village in Greece, at the foot of Mount Olympus. Their first bowties were made by hand at their father's workshop from the wood they collected in the nearby forest. Today their

The term “sustainable agriculture” has been in use since the late 1980s, and, although interpretations vary, it is usually understood as the adoption of practices and technologies that improve productivity without harming the environment. However, the level at which countries

Our ordinary lives rely on reliable and affordable energy services to run easily and grow fairly. Energy systems underpin all sectors: from businesses, medicine and education to agriculture, infrastructure, communications and technology. A lack of access to energy supplies not only

Leonor, originally from Amsterdam, is half Dutch half German, and currently based in Berlin. She has a BSc in Communication and Fashion Styling and is working as visual storyteller and photographer for fashion labels that focus on sustainable and ethical aspects

The Syrian crisis evokes images of refugee camps or those who take on the harsh challenges to cross into Europe. Perceptions about the victims of this war seem to be homogeneous. These refugees are poor. They need to be rescued.

Alexandre Farto aka Vhils is a Portuguese artist who got his start as a graffiti writer in the early 2000's. Vhils found his artistic voice while growing up during the intensive urban development in Seixal, an industrial suburb of Lisbon,

Updated 8 March 2018 Book Review “Building the New American Economy: Smart, Fair, and Sustainable” by Jeffrey D. Sachs (Author), Bernie Sanders (Foreword) Columbia University Press, February 7, 2017 When Professor Sachs, one of the world’s most influential economists, wrote the book

2017 started off with a slew of new technology announcements, particularly in the world of transportation. Both automakers and tech companies alike unveiled their latest vehicle prototypes and concepts, in addition to their vision for what the future of transportation

EDITOR’S NOTE: THIS PIECE IS AUTHORED BY,  Jan Vandemoortele,  UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator to Pakistan from 2005-08, and he was Director of the Poverty Group at UNDP in New York from 2001-05. THIS PIECE IS PART OF A SERIES EXPLORING THE

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