Despite the fact that global issues are incredibly complicated, people tend to break them down into easy-to-understand, black and white terms. But is a new generation prepared to embrace nuance?
Put together all the high-tech solutions you want, but one water filtration company is using simple analog techniques to clean water in Africa, with amazing results.
Farmed fish may be the only way to keep humanity eating food from the ocean. But done wrong, it can be incredibly harmful. A new standard hopes to rank farmed fish, so you’re only eating the responsibly raised ones.
Agriculture is a key part of the future of Africa’s economy. But--no surprise--young Africans aren’t so interested in a farming lifestyle. These projects are trying to grow some green thumbs.
The recent winner of a prestigious environmental prize, Mike Biddle and MBA Polymers are changing what we think of as recyclables.
The Los Angeles organization wants to do away with dreadful videos about important issues and instead make pieces of political content that people actually want to watch and share.
After years working in the field, Tim Mohin reflects on the incredible challenges of bringing a conscience to the corporate structure, and what the future holds for the job.