More than 60 hours of the competition overlaps with normal office hours in Rio and New York.
How we produce, distribute, market and consume products and services is being disrupted and transformed.
These are the innovations that could make global trade more efficient, more inclusive, and less costly.
From the circular economy to taxation and jute bags, here's how to mitigate plastic's harmful impacts.
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Podcast: Exploring some of the most exciting technologies that might help shape the future of consumption in the next 10 to 15 years.
Despite modern sentiment telling us to turn passion into money, doing the opposite might be better for you in the long run.
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A tourism industry worth $40 billion a year is a boon to the economy, but a high price to pay for the sanity of citizens. Just ask Italy.
New data shows that products such as deodrants and shampoos can contribute to air pollution.
An amendment to the French Agriculture Bill prohibits any product that is largely based on non-animal ingredients from being labelled like a traditional animal product.
The men will receive $1 each, but the police will help fund a programme for public school students and Starbucks has offered them the chance to complete their undergraduate degrees.
The French government wants to work towards a much more circular economy.
Sustainability company Gumdrop uses gum picked from the streets of Amsterdam to make their shoes.
New statistics shows that the smartphone market has frozen.