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From transforming healthcare to providing 1 billion people with a digital identity, here's how social entrepreneurs are solving our biggest challenges.
According to a study, Papua New Guinea is the most linguistically diverse country in the world, with approximately 840 languages used across its islands.
Digital technology is being harnessed to improve both accessibility and safety for the 131 million wheelchair users worldwide.
A year ago UpLink invited entrepreneurs to pitch solutions to global problems. Meet two successful innovators working to protect forests and purify water.
Universal basic income is a polarizing issue, yet this US experiment is delivering some surprising and positive results.
Intrapreneurial talent is a critical resource for corporate innovation as business increasingly pivots towards sustainability and purpose. Here's how.
In the US, the first 3D-printed homes are being built, including a project in Texas to build affordable housing to help tackle shortages and homelessness.
Companies with robust governance and a responsible business approach are likely to dominate their sectors after this recession.
Is direct air capture a surefire way to rid the atmosphere of pollution or an overpriced distraction? In this episode of House On Fire podcast, we talk to the people pioneering the techno...
Every year, more than 180,000 people die in fires or from burn-related injuries worldwide due to inadequate precautions and infrastructure of buildings.
The Mayor of Stockholm, Anna König Jerlmyr, explains why she believes finding meaning in life is good for individuals, businesses and entire cities too.
The New Narratives Lab is dedicated to fostering a new generation of artists whose work focuses on social change.
The ocean is our lifeline but its present and future health is under threat. These innovators from around the world have the solutions that can help.
Systems social entrepreneurs can be crucial allies for governments in tackling the challenges that societies face to achieve equitable, lasting change.
Felix Böck takes used disposable chopsticks from restaurants and transforms them into versatile bamboo blocks used for tables, shelving, and even art.