Both corporations and consumers need to drive more responsible consumption. New research from JD.com and Kearney provides a simple framework for doing it.
China is the world's biggest e-commerce market, with online sales worth $1.3 trillion in 2020, and projected to increase to almost $2 trillion by 2025.
Researchers are using big data to measure the correlation between our mood, the music we listen to and the resulting effect on the world's financial markets.
This World Economic Forum report provides an alternative plastic waste-reduction model and presents the Reuse Viability Framework, a tool to help decision-makers address key questions abo...
Renting clothes leads to the highest carbon emissions. Researchers have discovered that out of five options, including discarding and recycling, renting clothes is the worst.
Most people surveyed agree that businesses should be taxed and products appropriately labelled to help protect our dwindling natural resources - even if it pushes up prices.
On the latest Meet the Leader, P&G's Europe president Loic Tassel explains how planet-friendly products are developed in Europe and how the market serves as a "lighthouse" for regulat...
Three cities: Austin, Jersey City, and Mumbai illustrate successful strategies to promote health and wellbeing in cities.
With the right support, this sector can build more resilient supply chains, create inclusive growth and ensure the makers are rewarded more directly.
Replacing one of concrete’s main ingredients with volcanic rock could cut carbon emissions by nearly two-thirds, a new study says.
Barley crops are under threat from increased droughts and extreme heat, due to climate change. Beer will become increasingly expensive and in short supply as a result.
The post-pandemic consumer is more important than ever to economic recovery from COVID-19. But how will the pandemic have changed their spending habits?
The novel 3D weaving technology could create temporary additions to buildings to respond to weather changes, such as balconies or louvres.
Click.af was started in 2016, but the e-commerce platform started shipping globally last year and it's hoped will be a boost to female entrepreneurship.
The COVID-19 pandemic exposed the fragility of our global supply chains. Post-pandemic, here's how businesses can handle difficult strategic decisions.