By 2030, demand for water will outstrip supply by 40%, a looming crisis that has inspired one woman to undertake an epic, 1,049 mile journey on foot.
Sarah Parcak, an Egyptologist, explains how anyone can become a global explorer and protect the world’s hidden heritage.
There's only one difference between Indonesian artisans and the skilled craftspeople we see in the glossy ad campaigns for Europe’s luxury brands: how much they get paid.
From the slums of New Delhi to Silicon Valley, the award-winning Blippar founder charts his journey to start-up stardom, sharing what he learned along the way.
This year's crop of social champions includes gene-editing pioneers, peacebuilders, an Ivy League village chief and a space archaeologist.
India might serve its busy and ambitious citizens better – if only it could learn to understand them. Here are three government initiatives designed to do just that.
If we work towards an economy that functions for everyone, it functions for us.
Alfa Demellash co-founded Rising Tide Capital to empower underserved urban entrepreneurs in northern New Jersey to start and grow successful businesses.
Keyu Jin explores the US-China trade relationship.
Professor Adam Grant looks at how to deal, and work with, selfish people.
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The threats posed by hackers, weaponized IoT devices and other forms of cyberattack are not science fiction – they’re happening now.
The digital revolution is changing everything – even our democracies.
Mark Leonard evaluates the crisis of political representation, and the generational differences that have emerged.
With a little over 5,000 days before the Sustainable Development Goals expire, two things appear inevitable for their funding: the need for private capital and a way of ensuring it reache...