• Economics
  • Embracing Systemic Thinking for Our Firms of the Future

    By Giles Hutchins Many experts now point to a great transition unfolding locally and globally, in business and society. One important aspect of this transition is that our corporate logic — the logic underpinning our prevalent way of organizing and operating in business — is shifting from mechanistic management logic to the logic of living […]

  • Climate and Environment
  • Israel Expected to Save $8 Billion By Cutting Emissions

    The world’s second-highest leader in technology development says reducing its carbon emissions will save the country billions of dollars in the coming years, as well as boost green innovation. Israel’s cabinet approved its 2030 targets last week, opening the door for more funding for energy-efficiency projects and technology development. Those targets are set to realize […]

  • Climate and Environment
  • ALEC Takes Aim At Plastic Bag Bans

    The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) has it in for plastic bag bans and regulation of plastic bags in general. Recently, the Wisconsin state senate passed a bill that prohibits local communities from banning plastic bags and other types of containers. The bill is based on ALEC’s model legislation which states that “the cost of […]

  • Climate and Environment
  • Eco-Friendly Hijabis: Taking a Sustainable Stance in Muslim Fashion

    By Sarah Ghanem Not long ago, Muslim fashionistas had to master the art of layering to ensure their fashion ensembles followed the religion’s prescription. These days, it is so much easier to procure Muslim-friendly garments that are stylish and fashionable. The growing purchasing power of Muslim consumers have convinced many mainstream fashion powerhouses like Dolce […]