• Economics
  • Ethiopia Looks to Animal Bones to Ensure Food Security

    Researchers in Ethiopia have created a rich fertilizer out of cattle and other bones. Depending on what source you access, Ethiopia now has the world’s fastest growing economy, or at least ranks somewhere in the top 10. This rise is in part because of the government’s decision to diversify its largely agrarian economy by boosting its […]

  • Corporate responsibility
  • H&M CEO Answers All The Tough Questions in Sustainability Report

    The future success of any company today, including H&M, depends on its long-term sustainability efforts and efficient, socially-responsible processes. In the company’s latest sustainability report, CEO Karl-Johan Persson offers insight into H&M’s progress in this area, including sourcing products from developing countries and the results achieved when it comes to the company’s Fair Living Wage […]

  • Corporate responsibility
  • CodeStart Incubator Goes Beyond Code to Equip Underserved Youth With Tech Skills

    CodeStart equips youth of color with coding and life skills in Atlanta’s local startup community. Atlanta is arguably the Southeast’s fastest-growing tech hub and a worthy locale for launching and growing a startup. Despite its formidable reputation for spindling talent and multimillion-dollar tech companies, much of its inner-city community is stricken by startling statistics related […]