While it is true that the sustainability movement was mainly influenced by the current environmental state of the world, it is not just about that.
Sustainable development indicates that nature has rights too, ensuring the protection and health of our land, air, and sea for the future.
SkyLabs, a coworking space within the University Belt, opens an Idea Incubator with already nine college students in its program.
A couple of students from different universities share their thoughts on what they believe sustainable development in the Philippines means.
“Children are expected to grieve like adults. This camp is a one-day program to help kids that it’s okay to keep going, that it’s okay to move on.”
Winners of AngelHack’s Challenge for this year will not only win 500 USD, but also receive an invite to the world’s largest pre-accelerator, HACKcelerator.
Social innovation ecosystem of Taiwan is intriguing as it develops from 2014 when the government recognized their role solution for social issues.
“Save the ocean, save our next generation,” says the slogan of Taiwanese based Micro PC, a startup dedicated to ridding our ocean of micro plastics.
STEM education is growing, but there’s an ideal way outside the regular K-12 Classroom that focuses on collaboration with various professionals.
"We are true millennials in that we all have metal straws and bring our own bottles and cutlery, use less plastic and all that jazz, but is it enough?" “The Earth is dying.” This was the general consensus amongst the five Singaporean youths I spoke with on sustainable...