The future is a foreign country

A Hewlett-Packard futurologist looksat the coming “Age of Scarcity”.

Calling home when home is gone

Vodafone tests a backpack that supplies instant cellphone service to disaster zones.

Ecological footprint

It has become common knowledge, with the exception of a few obstinate oil magnates, that there’s a limit to the planet’s natural resources. If the consumption model of industrialized countries were to be adopted globally, the price of petrol or water would no longer be a priority. In all probability, the main concern would be a shortage of oxygen.

Sunscreen, on a very, very large scale

A new proposal to stop global warming receives a cool reception.

Fished out

Some fish stocks are coming back, but we’re still too fond of seafood. Aseries of alarming figures reveal how we humans are deluding ourselves about the state of our marine resources.


A Global Space for A Global Challenge: A Tale of Two Worlds

Taiwan 2024 Presidential Elections

The Climate Change Refugees of the Pacific

Slovakia: 2023 Prime Minister’s Elections

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