Extrapolations is the Apple TV+ anthology series exploring the near-future ripple effects of the climate crisis.
The future of mobility and transportation is rapidly evolving, as more companies join the rush to create sustainable and accessible modes of high-speed, electrical transport options for people and goods. Technology is also fundamentally transforming how consumers interact with mobility. Transformation is being driven by three independent trends: the emergence of affordable electric vehiclesthe development of autonomous vehiclesand the growth of modernized ride sharing. When integrat[...]
This is the story about the uneasy, challenging and often alarming road to a globally recognised Conservation Eden. Karura Forest is an urban forest in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. The forest was gazetted in 1932 and is managed by the Kenya Forest Service in conjunction with the Friends of Karura Forest Community Forest Association. Karura Forest is 1,041 ha (2,570 acre) consisting of three parts separated by Limuru and Kiambu roads. and today is a shining example of how country-based c[...]
Imagine a unique holistic retreat experience for people who strive to live more consciously without compromising comfort and luxury? Today, you can not only imagine it but experience it, at the luxurious Ulaman Eco retreat in Kediri, Indonesia.
Love a good wine? Get tickled by a gorgeous tasting champagne? If you're a responsible, caring world citizen, then I know you'll love it even better when it your fav wine, gin or whiskey is doing less to harm the world than its counterparts. The truth is that the global alcohol industry is a significant contributor to emissions, with food and drink manufacturers responsible for 5.8% of the worlds industrial global energy usage. A standard 750ml bottle of alcohol is said to produce around[...]
How can you create a brand or business that is impact driven and focused on leaving the world a better place? There is a escalation, an intensifying, a quickening across the globe that is driving business and brand leaders to seek far reaching solutions to the problems we face on earth today – inequality, women’s rights, intolerance, housing, healthcare, and education, poverty, disease and drought. These challenges are too large and complex, and we can’t expect government, philanthropy[...]
The Great Green Wall is one of the most inspirational and urgent movements of our times. Find out how you can support this amazing movement - and why it matters. One of my father's dear friends was the late Professor Wangari Maathai, the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2004. For her contribution to “sustainable development, democracy and peace.” She authored four books: The Green Belt Movement; Unbowed: A Memoir; The Challenge for Africa; and Replenishing the Earth. More signif[...]