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Why test for diseases at home?

The COVID-19 pandemic has made us all more aware of the risks of disease and the ways that we can take responsibility for our...
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The Discovery Institute Commentary on the 2020 U.S. Election

Since the founding of the Discovery Institute in 1990, its home state of Washington has supported the democratic presidential candidate in every election. Regardless...
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Taking the Circular Way to Sustainable Development: Interview with Outi Suomi of Business Finland

Finland leads the comparison tables in attaining the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, and is ahead of its European rivals in taking up digitalisation. Business...

How Do I Bring a Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Against Someone?

Sexual harassment can ruin people’s lives. Whether in the form of generalized comments, directed and explicit remarks, or even physical action, sexual harassment can...
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Certainty of Uncertainty: 2022 in Review

By Emil Bjerg Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Energy crisis in Europe. Three Prime Ministers in two months in the UK. Persistent protests in Iran and...

Building Sustainability into Real Estate

By Joanna Radeke, Alexander Boether, and Alexandre Bezzera Both residents and shareholders enjoy the right returns when real estate companies collaborate and innovate for environmental...

Improving Rural Livelihoods through E-Commerce: The GoCoop Experience

By Siva Devireddy, G. Sabarinathan, S. Ramakrishna Velamuri and Janine Coughlin In India’s rural areas live handloom weavers and artisans who have been doing their...
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Disease Outbreaks Are Exacerbating Inequalities

There is something about the Covid-19 pandemic, which has probably never been seen in the history of humanity. Usually, whenever there is a disease...

Lack of Safety or Sheer Complacency? Are We Overlooking the Obvious?

With our feet now firmly entrenched in the 21st century, we find ourselves living in a world of incredible technological accomplishments, ever-advancing medical discoveries,...

Alphabet International: How today’s companies can achieve sustainable Business Mobility

Sustainability is the modern day buzzword. Sounds great in theory, but what about the practice? Sustainability relating to fleet management goes beyond merely decreasing...

A Wake-up Call for the Corporate World

By Christoph Burger, Antony Froggatt, Catherine Mitchell, and Jens Weinmann New regulations and opportunities in the decentralized energy market can be good for the planet...

Australian Regulator Wastes Millions on “Overly Aggressive” Crusade Against Job Creator GetSwift

In these difficult times, hundreds of global employees (especially in the Americas and Europe) at GetSwift can take comfort in the growth trajectory of...

Sustainability: A $12 Trillion a Year Market by 2030

By John Elkington and Richard Roberts Leading companies today are starting to think of sustainability as a tool for growing profitability, using frameworks such as...

The Digital Transformation Opportunities Ahead

By Mike Sutcliff The proliferation of digital technologies allows scope for innovation in the way organisations deliver customer experience. Here Mike Sutcliff explores the first...
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Europe Should Aspire to Lead the CRISPR Revolution

Whilst European politicians engage in the brinkmanship of what is becoming known as the ‘vaccine wars’, another biotech rivalry is quietly brewing on both...

Which Companies Benefit Most from UN Global Compact Membership?

By Jette Steen Knudsen In this article I examine a key business question: which kinds of companies are most likely to benefit from joining international...
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The Wheelchair Industry in Europe: A Comprehensive Overview

As the population of Europe ages, the wheelchair industry is growing. In this blog post, we will take a comprehensive look at the wheelchair...

The Solution Economy: A New Way to Solve Social Problems

By William D. Eggers and Paul Macmillan In recent years an entire economy of societal problem solvers have emerged to tackle old problems in new...
Smart Moves for Europe's Energy Intensive Industries

Smart Moves for Europe’s Energy Intensive Industries

By Jean-Marc Ollagnier, Sytze Dijkstra, Lasse Kari and Gargi Chakrabarty Europe needs to keep producing chemicals, steel, and cement while reducing emissions from those industries....

Mobile Technology Meets Social Innovation: Reflections on progress and challenges

By Ken Banks Talk is good, or so they say. But too much talk and not enough action isn’t. After working for the past twelve...
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Reasons to Study a Masters in Sustainability

Do you want to study for a degree that will help you make a positive impact in the world? Discover what a graduate degree...

The Role of Ethical Values in Economic Value Creation

By S. Ramakrishna Velamuri and William Harvey Values integration in businesses keeps the highly competitive world humane. In this article, the authors elaborate not only...

The Role of pH in Food Control

Acidity is a vital part of food safety and taste. A sharp twist of lime or a splash of vinegar can help to turn...

The Coming Food Industry Revolution: You can have your cake with wine and...

By Kevin Parker and Boris Liedtke Balancing food supply and demand in a manner that has a positive environmental impact and ensures a healthier life...
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Lenzing welcomes clear positioning of the EU Commission in the fight against plastic waste

Guidelines of the EU Commission to implement the Single-Use Plastics Directive have been published  Uniform labelling obligation for wipes and feminine hygiene products...
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Beyond Collaborative Intelligence we can see a Meta-Mind Society Surfacing and we can Dream...

Facts, Fads and predictions about the joint venture of Human Mind and AI algorithms By Mario Raich, Simon  L. Dolan, Claudio Cisullo and Bonnie A....

Stadium Build by Spurs Chairman Daniel Levy Showcases Club Growth

Daniel Levy has served as Tottenham Hotspur Chairman since 2001, making him the longest-serving chairman in the Premier League. His tenure has been a...
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Rachel Delacour: “Climate Leaders will be Next on the CEO Seat. And They Will...

By Rachel Delacour In 2020, only 5% of FTSE 100 CEOs were women, at the current rate of growth, its predicted that it would take...

Standardisation and Cooperation are the Future

Interview with Jonas Berggren CEO, SSG AB According to Jeffrey Sachs, author of “The Age of Sustainable Development,” achieving sustainable development on our crowded, unequal,...

The Economic Aftermath of the Recent Earthquake in Sendai, Japan

By Ilan Noy Natural disasters potentially impact severely on economic dynamics — e.g. on production, prices, incomes, and employment — in the post-disaster period. Over the...
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Transforming Humanitarian Aid Operations with Intelligent Automation

By Dalia Alic Disasters in numbers: approximately 274 million people needed humanitarian assistance and protection in 2022, with additional 17.7 million people in need due...

UK workers are enjoying their commute more post lockdown

During lockdown, many Brits became frustrated with the sight of their own four walls. The concept of working from home was a refreshing novelty...
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The Importance of Protecting and Driving Organisational Purpose

By Fiona Logan We’re continuing to experience incredible disruption – from the Covid-19 legacy to the climate crisis, and from the war in Ukraine, to...

James Drake Comments on How We Can Protect Footballer Health Following Eric Bailly’s FA...

The Drake Foundation’s sports-concussion research proves that we need to take injuries like Eric Bailly’s more seriously. James Drake has spent the last six years...
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How Can Technology Solutions Help in Fighting Climate Change?

The year 2020 was the hottest in Europe, and the temperature was 1,2C higher compared to the average year in the 19th century. Global...
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Doing Good and Doing Well: How Can Sustainability Deliver ROI?

By Luc Speisser, Global Chief Innovation Officer at Landor & Fitch Sustainability focuses on three pillars: social, environmental, and economic, also known informally as people,...
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Veins and Wires: Reflections on UrbanTech Transformation

By Dr Mike Cooray, Dr Rikke Duus and Marius Sylvestersen What kind of urban environment would you like to live in? In this article, we...

The Dirty Dozen: How Unethical Behaviour Creeps Into Your Organisation

By Urs Müller and Ulf Schäfer This article presents some of the most influential drivers of unethical behaviour in business and suggests counter-strategies. Reviewing the...
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The Power of Big Tech Platforms Has Gone Too Far

By Andreas Kornelakis The shift in the regulatory context globally compels tech giants to become more responsible There is a global shift in policies to curb...
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New GRI Standards Helping Companies Improve their Focus on Sustainability Reporting

ESG sustainability reporting is the new norm in the corporate world. Investors, customers, and government agencies are all asking for sustainability reports to decide...

Reaching net-zero: Cities are Part of the Solution, Not the Problem

By Guilherme Rodrigues Cities have a bad environmental reputation, mostly due to congestion and poor air quality. However, air quality is not the overall picture....

How Your Business Should Dispose of Scrap Metal Waste

Did you know that metals such as lead, beryllium, arsenic, and mercury can build up in biological systems and become toxic and a health...

How Students Are Fighting Climate Change

A recent strike conducted by over 1.4 million students worldwide clearly indicates that our children have become conscious of our climate change. Due to factors...
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Ukraine to Convene Crimea Platform Summit: Why Zelensky’s “Day of Triumph” May Come Back...

Today begins the Crimea Platform international summit, which will be convened by Ukraine in the capital Kiev. It took more than a year for...

The Hidden Costs of Our Fast Paced Consumer Culture

By Felix Yim We have become wild in the way we consume products and items nowadays. It has become literally competitive, as survival has remained...
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Three Steps to Getting on Track in the Race to Net Zero

By Jean-Marc Ollagnier, Sytze Dijkstra and Monique de Ritter The UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow saw a welcome spate of...
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How the Russian War Against Ukraine Influences On Climate Change

Climate change and global security compete with each other to shape the future. This is especially noticeable in the first spring week's events related...

OSI Group Partners With Beef Producers to Improve Sustainable Grazing Efforts

OSI Group, one of the world’s leading global food providers, has recently developed partnerships with like-minded members of the U.S. Roundtable for Sustainable Beef...
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Asot Michael Urges No-Nonsense Plan to Antigua & Barbuda Economic Recovery

We are not out of the woods just yet. Global cases for coronavirus may be dropping, but more nations are reporting variant strains emerging....
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4 Ways London and its Built Environment is Changing Positively

A city’s built environment – the human-made surroundings that provide the setting for human activity – is an important factor for residents’ quality of...

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