At the Sustainable Development Impact Summit, two pioneers explore how the make the fashion industry more sustainable, from consumers to manufacturers.
Both corporations and consumers need to drive more responsible consumption. New research from JD.com and Kearney provides a simple framework for doing it.
Setting your own exercise goals and pursuing them immediately, could help result in long lasting changes, according to a new study looking a step counts.
A study using data from the world’s largest long-distance cross-country ski race shows that exercise may lower the risk of developing anxiety by near 60%.
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.
The smartphone market has slowed in recent years, with shipments of Apple, Samsung and others at 1,292 million units in 2020, its lowest total since 2013.
One major impact of ongoing lockdowns has been rapid digital acceleration, which is set to change how we work and live in the future.
It's time that companies and regulators strengthened data privacy and enhanced transparency to build trust and protect the benefits of digital innovation.
Israeli startup UBQ Materials says its science can recycle household waste, including food, dirty diapers and mixed plastics, into new plastic products.
From complex labels to opaque sourcing and unclear carbon impact, consumers find it hard to know if their food choices are environmentally sustainable.
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.
Public and private sector must lead the way in reducing carbon emissions but consumers can contribute through environmentally friendly lifestyle choices.
More than 30 new sports have been added since the start of the modern Olympics. This year’s Tokyo Games will debut skateboarding, climbing and surfing.
Decarbonization is not just an issue for governments and business. Change can also be driven by society.