Three leaders reveal how food and drink companies are planning for the future

6 October, 2014 by Anonymous (not verified)

Experts from Mondelēz, Nestlé and MacSween of Edinburgh share their approach and top tips for managing sustainability risks and opportunities.  

The rise of Red Pill Moments

2 October, 2014 by Anonymous (not verified)

Jonathan Wise discusses the potential impact of a fresh perspective on our daily lives – professional and highly personal.

Can institutional kitchens scrap their culture of waste?

30 September, 2014 by Anonymous (not verified)

Waste reduction can help address issues of food quality and increase profitability, argues Greg Christian of Beyond Green.

Drones to aid conservation efforts in India

26 September, 2014 by Charukesi Ramadurai

A successful project at the Panna Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh could see Unmanned Aerial Vehicles deployed at a national level for wildlife protection.

How futures can transform the world today

19 September, 2014 by Anna Simpson

A futures mindset frees us from everyday constraints on system change and helps us identify new ways  of achieving our goals, says Anna Simpson.

Fritjof Capra on the evolution of systems thinking

16 September, 2014 by Anna Simpson

Anna Simpson speaks to the systems visionary prior to the launch of his new book.

From UN associate to global innovation consultant

12 September, 2014 by Katie Shaw

Menka Sanghvi explains why collaboration is at the heart of her work, and how approaches to innovation differ in the public and private sector.

Can the Events Management sector help scale sustainable solutions?

11 September, 2014 by Anonymous (not verified)

More Events Management students are learning to ask what sustainability can do for their practice. The next question is what Events Management can do for sustainability, argues Sandro Carnicelli, Lecturer in Events Management at the Business School, University of the West of Scotland, which won the 2014 National Union of Students Green Impact Award.

Martin Wright looks back at the future

10 September, 2014 by Martin Wright

The founding Editor of Green Futures reflects on early predictions featured in the magazine, and asks what trends will shape the world in future.

Stronger local and transborder policies needed to tackle air pollution

8 September, 2014 by Ibrahim Maiga

Tougher treaties that penalise polluters while also providing incentives to stop, as well as new technological solutions, are vital for improving global air quality.

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Stimulating and very interesting.

David Gee, European Environment Agency