Every second breath we take is generated by the oceans – we need to start having blue dreams: a dialogue between creatives on plastic pollution
«Amongst all this poverty, you have this piece of embroidery – some gold in the middle of the ocean». In conversation with Angel Chang
With Hydrogen expected to represent almost 25% of global energy end-uses by the year 2050 scientists are defining the energy carriers that will shape it
Consumers are not to be held accountable for the degrading effects of plastic on the planet. «Microplastics are so broad that it’s impossible for a consumer to solve»
In a long interview with the editor in chief, Mr. Giorgio Armani talks about ethics in fashion: when clothes can define civic roles and human variety
This way of production can lead to an increase in support for smaller businesses and producers, creating a cycle in which one benefits from the other to succeed
Julia Watson is able to compile the world’s first catalogue of nature-based technologies, by studying indigenous communities across mountains, forests, deserts
Drinking water, human placenta and atmosphere: where else will scientists find microplastics, and what does it mean for us and the upcoming generations?
if we knew that polyester releases millions of microplastics with each wash, would we still buy, use and wash and love those pieces?
Bringing food closer: urban agriculture methods such as vertical farming, aquaponics and underground and rooftop farming
The path of Alex Ott in his quest for an integrated planet. «Studies about the properties of the plants would damage the food industry, dominated by few powerful players»
Take it for granted, no excuse: nothing will be ever the same as it was before. It’s a moment of transition