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Syndicated september 14, 2016

Determining Water’s True Value In The Supply Chain

With water shortages exacerbating inequalities and causing damage to economies, we must make sure the commodity is properly valued

Syndicated august 26, 2016

Would You Wear Wool Shoes To Save The Environment?

As demand for wool shoes grows, a number of US footwear brands are heading directly to the source: the sheep pastures of New Zealand

Syndicated july 29, 2016

Why Hiring For Diversity Is Good For Business

‘Not the right fit’ is often a lazy excuse for old-fashioned bias in recruitment and hiring those who don’t think like everyone else can be good for business

Syndicated july 18, 2016

From Standing Desks To Relaxation Zones, What Makes A Productive Office?

The design of offices might help us cope with the stresses of work, as technology blurs the lines between our personal and professional lives

Syndicated june 14, 2016

End Of The Road: Uber And Millennials Help US Cities Cut Car Addiction

The growth of car-free homes, a drop in driver’s licences and increased car-sharing could all be signs of a move away from the automobile

Syndicated may 26, 2016

How Circadian Rhythms And Roman Baths Are Transforming Australian Cities

The team behind the next generation of sustainable buildings aim to promote wellness

Cities february 16, 2016

Is Urban Farming Only for Rich Hipsters?

Urbans farms are springing up everywhere, but if they exclude lower income groups they’ll do little good

Advertising december 21, 2015

How Pens and Ergonomic Furniture Are Changing the Face of Indigenous Business

Creating opportunities that could make a wider difference for communities

Innovation november 6, 2015

Rise of the Smart Farm: Get Ready for Satellite-Controlled Cows

From tracking cows and Peruvian asparagus to monitoring harmful algae blooms, satellites offer the food industry valuable information

Mobile october 1, 2015

Wearables Could Make It Harder to Keep Your Hangover Secret at Work

With companies encouraging employees to wear smart devices to promote health and wellbeing, there are growing concerns about privacy

Cities august 17, 2015

Might There Be An App for Loneliness?

Technology is often blamed for social isolation, but girlfriend chatbots, dating sites and parenting forums can help break down barriers

Cities july 8, 2015

A Financial Transformation Will Let You Bank without a Bank

Bitcoin, peer-to-peer lending, and complementary currencies are all challenging the dominance of big lenders

Innovation june 26, 2015

SC Johnson Wants You to Know What’s In Your Air Fresheners

The consumer product giant is the first multinational company to disclose fragrance ingredients, which are considered trade secrets, by product

Design june 18, 2015

Trying to Get the Ikea Generation to Buy into Vintage-But-Sustainable Furniture

Cheap furniture attracts sustainably minded young people despite existence of more sustainable alternatives; can a struggling antique and upcycled furniture sector convince them otherwise?

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