INTERVIEW: U.S. entrepreneur wins award for making government 'less insulting'
"We need to help these people in a much less burdensome, and frankly, less insulting way"
A peaceful world requires more women politicians, says former U.S. president
"There's no doubt in my mind that a woman is more inclined to peace than a man is"
Women are driving the change we need to close the energy access gap
But the energy sector is still far behind other parts of the economy in women's participation
Davos: On the path towards gender equality
Gender equality made it to the top of the global agenda at the World Economic Forum. Now we must also look for solutions.
Coffee-fuelled buses to disco soups: five quirky uses of waste in 2017
From poo power to plastic bottle building blocks
FEATURE-Social businesses bring Thai hill products to IKEA, Bangkok supermarkets
Home furnishings giant IKEA sources products from one of Thailand's oldest social enterprises, which employs hill tribe communities, many of whom are stateless
What's new about social enterprise? Nothing for the Maori
"The Maori invented social enterprise"
Coffee shops with a taste for good help rebuild post-earthquake Christchurch
New Zealand boasts more coffee roasters per capita than anywhere else globally
"Naked" products hit the shelves as British consumers worry about waste
Britons are increasingly concerned about the amount of waste ending up in landfill or at the bottom of the ocean, says Zero Waste Week founder Rachelle Strauss.
Promise or peril? Africa’s 830 million young people by 2050
We need a (Marshall Plan) that places youth employment in Africa at the centre of development