Paved with good intentions

Paved with good intentions

Here’s something to ponder if you’re venturing out on a summer road trip: Is it possible to build greener streets and highways, not in terms of what’s driven on them, but rather the materials used to construct these most ubiquitous forms of transportation...
The Green Economy Has a Resource-Scarcity Problem

The Green Economy Has a Resource-Scarcity Problem

The sustainability race is on. Corporations, investors, and governments worldwide have made ambitious commitments to reduce their operations’ negative environmental and social impacts. But there’s a problem: New solutions will inevitably trigger bottlenecks for the...
Sustainable Procurement: What we learned from COVID-19

Sustainable Procurement: What we learned from COVID-19

Covid-19 pandemic has brought global economies to a standstill and has created challenges to a variety of sectors including housing, building and infrastructure. Many business and government organisations have experienced some form of supply chain disruption – either...
In 2030, You Won’t Own Any Gadgets

In 2030, You Won’t Own Any Gadgets

Owning things used to be simple. You went to the store. You paid money for something, whether it be a TV, clothes, books, toys, or electronics. You took your item home, and once you paid it off, that thing belonged to you. It was yours. You could do whatever you...