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Sustainable Development Goals

11 August 2022

Sustainable Development Goals   The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), otherwise known as the Global Goals, are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by the United Nations in 2015 […]

THE PROMISED PLANET By Roxane Grioche Baum

1 December 2021

The book starts from the observation that our planet is burning. It is not enough to simply accept this premise, but to act is the responsibility of everyone. `Roxane Grioche Baum shares with us her humor, and 20 years of experience spent at the bedside of the planet to question the leaders and actors of […]

WRITING CHANGE : Literacy Initiative with Amanda Gorman

15 October 2021

To advance literacy as a “pathway to equality, access, and social change.” “I am honored to partner with The Estée Lauder Companies to activate change through literacy, and to represent a brand founded by such an inspiring and daring woman,” Gorman said in a statement. “Mrs. Estée Lauder shattered glass ceilings as a leader in […]

Welcome “The Promised Planet”

12 October 2021

Roxane Grioche Baum is the Author of : “The Promised Planet” How can we be respectful of the planet by being both efficient and utopian, asserting “that another world is possible” without being an impostor?The book starts from the observation that our planet is burning. It is not enough to simply accept this premise, but […]

Stop treating oceans like a ‘free grocery store’ : Sylvia Earle

5 October 2021

Affectionally nicknamed Her Deepness, 86-year-old Sylvia Earle is something of a living legend in ocean conservation. Born in 1935 in New Jersey, Sylvia Earle got her PhD in phycology (the study of algae) in 1966, at a time when career options for women were limited.In 1970 was recruited to lead the first all-female team of […]

Encourage responsible ecological behaviours from the earliest ages.

21 August 2021

The more children know of the natural world, the more they’ll want to protect it When the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report was published in early August. What was already being made increasingly obvious by 2021’s extreme weather events I confirmed : the burning of fossil fuels is “choking our planet and putting […]

COVID 19: more vulnerability and decent living

20 November 2020

All around the world, Deaths, economic downturns and job losses are just a few of the struggles that we as global citizens will have to grapple with in a post COVID-19 world. The impacts of the recent pandemic, both immediate and repercussive, cannot be overstated.    For those who work , having a job does […]

Transforming the way consumers are informed and entertained around the world

8 August 2020

Identifying new business models for content and distribution:  Media, entertainment and sport have been radically disrupted over the last months  through  COVID 19 . The internet, social media, user-generated content, video streaming and various other technological breakthroughs. Business models have been upended and entire industry systems have been transformed or disappeared completely. What remains is […]

Poverty, pollution and child labor

10 May 2020

German photographer wins UNICEF photo of the year Hartmut Schwarzbach’s picture shows a young girl in search of plastic waste in a Manila slum. UNICEF say the photo successfully captures the “three tragedies of our time”: poverty, pollution and child labor. Children of Manila’s slums  At the time of the photograph, the girl was 13 years old, according […]

How the virus is changing people and our planet?

22 April 2020

This Earth Day, ACT FOR YOUR PLANET highlights 10 ways that the virus is affecting our planet, for better and for worse.No single event of the last 50 years has had a bigger impact on our world than the ongoing coronavirus pandemic       Wildlife is reclaiming lost territory Tales of dolphins and swans returning […]

#earthday : 50 Years earth day

22 April 2020

No single event of the last 50 years has had a bigger impact on our world than the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. happy anniversary?   First celebrated in 1970—the year that American troops invaded Cambodia, a cyclone claimed 500,000 lives in Bangladesh, and The Beatles broke up—today is the fiftieth Earth Day, a day that marked […]

ONE planet sharing COVID 19

6 April 2020

We must hope that the current epidemic will help humankind realise the acute danger posed by global disunity. We must act quickly and decisively. We should also take into account the long-term consequences of our actions. When choosing between alternatives, we should ask ourselves not only how to overcome the immediate threat, but also what kind […]

Reversing Global Warming

21 January 2020

Dive Into 80 Global Warming Solutions Discover a solutions-oriented approach, one with a sense of opportunity, possibility, and hope for the future.   To see the solutions : Here     

Deadline 2020 !

27 May 2019

Deadline 2020 In response to the Paris Agreement, C40 Cities launched Deadline 2020 – How cities will get the job done, which outlines the level of ambition and action needed by C40 cities to play their part in converting the Paris Agreement from aspiration into reality. the ALL programme HERE  The Paris Agreement commits signatories to […]

Reinvent the Toilet Challenge

6 October 2018

More than 2 billion people lack access to clean water and sanitation around the world. Through his foundation’s “Reinvent the Toilet Challenge,” Gates has given millions to teams seeking to develop waterless toilets in the last several years. To be entered into the challenge, toilets had to cost less than 5 cents a day to […]

Sustainability has finally hit the mainstream of consumerism

19 September 2018

Is sustainability the new normal for consumers? As eco-consciousness goes mainstream in some countries, consumers don’t just expect brands to be sustainable, they expect them to be ‘regenerative’, Sustainability has become an imperative for consumers. More than nine in ten (92 per cent) of consumers across four global markets—Australia, China, United Kingdom and the United States—claim to be […]

Advanced analytics, and digital technology, towards the Fourth Industrial Revolution

7 April 2018

What are the hardware, software, and financing challenges the world needs to navigate before the enticing vision of the Fourth Industrial Revolution becomes a reality? The Fourth Industrial Revolution has made some rather exciting promises to society: More streamlined business practices, services that can be customised to the need of every individual, and technologies that […]

Toward a consumer strike?

19 March 2018

A movement seems to have taken off, in the United States and in some European countries, and no one knows whether its momentum will dwindle after the initial take-off, or if it will continue to ascend, far up and away: the movement proposes to take a simple decision: do not buy anything, except for bare […]

Man realize he is a woman like any other

26 November 2017

Nothing matters more, for the future of humanity, than girls education. The debate about the fate of women is on the rise, in all its dimensions, economic, po litical, social and moral. There is one among them, however, which is less spoken about than the others and which, nevertheless, determines everything: education of girls. Today, […]