How do the spaces we share as communities, shape us as individuals? In this third episode, we meet Joanne from Milwaukee (USA), as she tackles the consequences of long-term urban planning decisions that have limited access to work, healthcare and community facilities for African Americans in the city.
In the second half of our CEO’s, Jorge Pikunic, conversation David Victor from the University of California at San Diego – we dive into some of the specifics around achieving a more sustainable way of doing business.
Ahead of COP26, the 26th meeting of the United Nation’s Climate Change Conference, our CEO, Jorge Pikunic had a fascinating conversation with David Victor – one of the leading thinkers on climate change.
We live in remarkable times — the move to save people and planet is accelerating and unstoppable. Scientists, activists, commentators, artists, governments, regulators, and individuals are making themselves heard and making things happen.
How do the spaces we share as communities, shape us as individuals? In second episode, Yamalui speaks of his hope that growing education of young indigenous peoples will empower future generations with the skills and knowledge they need to defend their land.
20-30% of jobs in Europe are carried out by gig workers, and the flexible working economy is growing rapidly. Even though these workers make up a large part of our economy, they do not have the financial safety nets afforded by others – especially detrimental during crisis such as the pandemic.
With pandemic measures largely restricting me to my apartment in hot and humid Taipei these last months, and currently waiting for typhoon In-Fa to make landfall, I have come to appreciate, or perhaps better said dread, the impacts of a heating planet.