What my work in Papua New Guinea taught me about gender equality (Guest blog – SDG 5: Gender Equality)

This week’s article is written by Erin Wallis, a social innovation consultant in Melbourne, Australia. For the last two years, I have been incredibly lucky to work with social entrepreneurs across Papua New Guinea (PNG), learning their business models and hearing their stories.  One of the benefits to this work is it has been an … More What my work in Papua New Guinea taught me about gender equality (Guest blog – SDG 5: Gender Equality)

4 Reasons Why This Innovative eBike Is The Ultimate Sustainable Transport Option

The pandemic continues to offer us a window of time to create more sustainable habits. Using our slow down period can allow us to switch to clean energy providers or reduce plastic consumption. These new habits can make a big impact. In our current series, the Sustainable Slow Down, we explore how we can use … More 4 Reasons Why This Innovative eBike Is The Ultimate Sustainable Transport Option

Bushfire Relief and Action: What we can do for today and the future

Bushfires are currently blazing across an extensive part of Australia. The scale of these bushfires is enormous and unprecedented. For context, the 2019 Amazon fires lost 2.24 million acres. In the past few months, the Australian bushfires across New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia burnt over 15 million acres. This is not normal.The level … More Bushfire Relief and Action: What we can do for today and the future

A Glimpse Into Shenzhen, China’s Silicon Valley

Last month I attended Unleash, a global innovation lab in Shenzhen, China. The purpose was to create solutions related to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Overall it was an incredible experience. Shenzhen is the home to startups in China and is one of the largest economic hubs in the world. For context, Unleash is an … More A Glimpse Into Shenzhen, China’s Silicon Valley

2019 in Review: Sustainability Shifts, Leadership Trends and Focusing on Positive Action

2019- What. A. Year! Climate change has increased its profile as the biggest issue of our age with protests, campaigns and social activism pushing this agenda forward. Around the world, awareness is growing of climate change and sustainability. However leadership and action doesn’t seem to be matching the pace of change required to tackle the … More 2019 in Review: Sustainability Shifts, Leadership Trends and Focusing on Positive Action

The Side Hustle Creating Water Solutions With Impact

Standing in the Virtual Reality Zone at Unleash 2019, I am watching people wearing massive headsets standing in one place skiing, snowboarding or even on a rollercoaster. A person next to me leans in and says ‘Its really strange that this virtual reality technology hasn’t really expanded beyond entertainment and novelty. But there are so … More The Side Hustle Creating Water Solutions With Impact

Spain’s Powerful Approach to Strengthening Agricultural Communities

Agriculture is a critical social, economic and environmental industry to many countries around the world. Agricultural land use and management directly impacts the local environment. These outcomes can mean the difference between striving or struggling local economies.  Spain has the second largest landmass in Europe dedicated to agriculture. They produce the highest amount of olives … More Spain’s Powerful Approach to Strengthening Agricultural Communities

The Role Of Microfinance To Change The World

There are certain people in the world who inspire others by talking about their experiences with a certain passion that agitates us to change. I was fortunate enough to hear Professor Muhammad Yunus speak at the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact Conference in Montpellier recently. His story is one that challenges us to understand the … More The Role Of Microfinance To Change The World

Waste Management Tips For Hotel Owners and Guests

Guest article by Sam Reed, a content writer at PTAC4Less, an online retailer selling new and refurbished packaged terminal air conditioners (PTAC units) since 2003 based in the USA. A hotel guest generates about two pounds of waste per day, according to the International Tourism Partnership, so recycling is a big deal for hotels. Not only is … More Waste Management Tips For Hotel Owners and Guests