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Singaporean Youth on Sustainable Development

"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...

Is Sustainability for the Elite?

If their goods and services continue to be priced as they are, is the sustainable movement only for the demographic that can afford it? If so, can it even still be called sustainable?

Global connections for a 21st century book club

There are still many misconceptions regarding indigenous communities – even in efforts to show appreciation towards their culture. Social enterprises that are not careful can mislead customers into buying into the businesses’ brand without the cause in mind. It is...

Crafting and Preserving Heritage

There are still many misconceptions regarding indigenous communities – even in efforts to show appreciation towards their culture. Social enterprises that are not careful can mislead customers into buying into the businesses’ brand without the cause in mind.

Strides in Sustainable Fashion

“We have the passion to create a strong and ethical fashion movement here in the Philippines,” Fashion Revolution Philippines Country Coordinator Sophia Calugay said at the launch of Fashion Revolution Week, a week-long campaign for a more sustainable fashion industry.

Global Connections for a 21st Century Education

The concept of literacy in the 21st century does not only imply reading. Today, literacy also entails areas such as technology, media, coding, and more, which is easily forgotten and neglected by education stakeholders, including in the U.S.

Answering the demand for the tech-savvy

The Philippines is a developing country experiencing a technology gap compared to most. At the same time, our country is known for its potential to raise some of the most innovative and creative individuals capable of building their names worldwide.