While the COVID-19 pandemic has turned our personal and business lives upside down, we can’t ignore the silver linings that have emerged­—perhaps none greater than a renewed sense of collective responsibility and urgency in taking on climate change. Leading companies are creating...

Sustaining things over time is one of life’s great joys: relationships, good health, suit measurements. Now more than ever is the time to reflect on what we have and maintain fewer, better things. The most admired chefs of our time, from Alice Waters to Eric Ripert to Dan Barber, compose...

How foodtech is disrupting the way we consume and manufacture food   By Anagha Subhash Nair    In a world where the possibilities seem to increase every day, the future of food has never looked more favorable. The foodtech industry is now on a rapid...

COVID-19 has affected all aspects of society. With respect to the dimensions of development, what we are experiencing is a paradigm shift in the evolution of humanity. The core aspects of our identities, as well as how we work, learn, and engage with society is advancing. According to MaGIC’s...

In 2018, Facebook declared a goal to power its operations with 100 percent renewable energy by the end of 2021. Ahead of that deadline, the company appears to be on track. In its first ever sustainability report, published today, Facebook announced...

As the world enters the Fourth Industrial Revolution, we’re seeing the convergence of technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cloud Computing, Blockchain and the Internet of Things (IoT) and their capacity to reshape entire industries. Yet while these technologies provide...

Normalizing the fashion rental and resale markets in the age of conscious consumerism    By Min Chen   In the not-so-distant past, the fashion industry was rather slow-moving. The long process of sourcing wool, weaving textiles, and hand-sewing garments made clothing a costly investment. While...