As the costs of the consequences of human actions start
to rise exponentially, we have to re-evaluate how we do
business and what role each company has to assume to
protect the common good in the next 10 years.
Robots: Coming Soon to a Street Near You
In the near future, we're going to be sharing our sidewalks with robots. Are we ready?
Enhanced Humans: In five years, wearable tech and implant technology will be the new normal
Combining tech with the human body is opening up new realms of possibility
A Big Noise at Low Volume: The 3D Printing Revolution is coming
The real potential of 3D printing isn't on the desktop, it's in low volume production
Modular Housing is Going to Completely Change the Building Sector in The Next 10 Years
Innovation and disruption are coming for the construction world
The Future of Public Transport is Free
To combat inner-city air pollution public transport should be free for all.
How China is tackling their air pollution epidemic
What solutions are there to the deadly increase of innercity air problems?
Resilient Cities — the frontier of the future
A sharing of knowledge, skills and outlooks are key tools in helping emerging cities cope with the challenges of rapid growth.
Our Nutrition Has To Become Less Carbon Intensive
And why a tax on meat is coming very soon.
Our Plastic Addiction Is Killing The Oceans
There is an unprecedented amount of plastic
making its way into the ocean, threatening wildlife
and upsetting the ecological balance.
Companies Are Brought To Court On Climate Change And Pollution
A farmer from Peru is in court against RWE, children are
in court against Exxon - can they win and what does it mean
to how companies treat the common good?
The Bees Are Dying
All across the world we’re witnessing the ongoing decline of bee populations. Since 2006, the US has lost 30-40% of commercial honeybees.
Renewable Energy Can Power The Industrialised World By 2030
Not only is it possible for the major developed countries to make the change to renewable energy, it's an imperative.
Clean Water For All
Millions upon millions of people worldwide lack access to water, the most basic of human needs. We need to ensure that everyone on the planet is provided for. But how?
Our 3.2 Degrees World
The global temperature is increasing, and that's a fact. Exactly how much it will rise by isn't certain, but we're already feeling the effects and they're set to get worse.
The Carbon Bubble Is Real And Coming Soon
If we want to keep global temperature rise to a safe level, then we can't burn more than 20% of the carbon reserves available. What are the consequences of these stranded assets, and how close is the carbon bubble to popping?
Mitigate Climate Change And Its Consequences In Africa
The impact of climate change hits developing countries the hardest, despite being almost wholly caused by the actions of developed nations. It's vital to mitigate the effects before the number of climate change refugees soars unstoppably.
Protect The Forests By Going Zero Deforestation
Deforestation at the current rate is unsustainable and the effects threaten life on earth. Companies need to adopt zero deforestation policies before it's too late.
Agrovoltaic is Coming - Increasing Land Efficiency In Densely Populated Countries
Normally land can only be used for either solar power or for agriculture, meaning that farmers need to choose one or the other. Agrovoltaics flips that idea and potentially revolutionises farming.
Coral Reefs Are Dying
Global warming has increased the temperature of the oceans, and carbon emissions are acidifying the world's water. It's killing off coral reefs at an unprecedented rate and threatening to irreversibly ravage ecosystems and lives.
The Development Of The Global Rainforests In The Next 10 Years
Massive deforestation has decimated a huge amount of the rainforests worldwide. What are the consequences and what is the prognosis for the next decade?
The Energy Consumption Of The Crypto World
Cryptocurrencies are experiencing an incredible boom right now, but there is a hidden cost. Crypto mining uses more energy each year than a lot of countries.