In 2014, author and TEDx speaker Giselle Weybrecht posted one short idea a day for 100 days exploring how we could rethink business education to produce the leaders that our business and the planet need.
The world.edu network focuses on education, science, innovation and the environment.
Here you can submit and vote on the best content from the world’s leading organisations and websites.
For Argentina, you’ll need cash. For the Suez Canal, take cigarettes. And for some West African ports, make sure you carry some frozen chickens.
The defining public events of my adolescence were Richard Nixon's Watergate Scandal and the two "Oil Shocks" of the 1970s: the 1973 Arab Oil Embargo and the Iranian Revolution-induced 1979 oil crisis.
With the help of ambitious emissions-reduction targets, growing support from government and the auto industry...
As 2017 begins, China is poised to leap ahead of the United States on clean energy to become the most important player in the global market
In the wake of the 2016 presidential election, the proliferation of misinformation on social media is finally getting the attention it deserves. Or so I thought.
In business school, the classmates who stood out fell into three categories: investors; combiners; and entrepreneurs.
The modern day otter might not be the most fearsome creature to stalk the Earth ...
French Polynesia has signed an agreement that supporters hope could pave the way for autonomous floating cities around the world.
Australia has sharply criticised Japan after photos emerged allegedly showing it had resumed whaling off Antarctica.