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The G7 Summit: A Paris Agreement Litmus Test

Mutsuyoshi Nishimura | Posted 05.26.2016 | Politics
Mutsuyoshi Nishimura

The G7 Summit in Shima, Japan, is the first occasion for the G7 Heads of States to gather since the Paris Agreement was agreed upon last December. One would expect affirmation of the Agreement, particularly given how prominent climate and energy is on the official G7 agenda.

Immigration Backlash At Heart Of 'Brexit' Push

The Washington Post | Adam Goldberg | Posted 05.23.2016 | World

PETERBOROUGH, England — Seen from London, Edinburgh, Oxford or other havens of the cosmopolitan British elite, this country’s vote next month on w...

Cool Japan or Coal Japan?

Shin Furuno | Posted 05.23.2016 | Politics
Shin Furuno

The town of Ise-Shima itself is home to the one of the most revered Shinto shrines in Japan and a proud part of our history. But the government is also about promoting the nation's cutting-edge art, technology and culture abroad.

Artist Transforms 19th Century Church Into Stunning Kaleidoscope Of Color

The Huffington Post | Antonia Blumberg | Posted 05.19.2016 | Religion

The walls of a historic 19th century church are now bathed in rainbow lights thanks to an installation by UK artist Liz West. The 700 colored acrylic ...

10 Actually Free and Interesting Things To Do in London

Anita Hendrieka | Posted 05.16.2016 | Travel
Anita Hendrieka

London can be an expensive city if you head to all the tourist traps. I am the master of finding something free to do in this city (could be to do wi...

British Queen And Prime Minister’s Hot Mic Gaffes Are Undiplomatic But Revealing

The Huffington Post | Charlotte Alfred | Posted 05.12.2016 | World

British Prime Minister David Cameron and Queen Elizabeth II were both caught on camera this week making unguarded and unflattering comments about othe...

How Water Corruption Leaves Millions Mired in Misery

Callum Clench | Posted 05.10.2016 | World
Callum Clench

While corruption permeates every walk of life, its impact on water is particularly pernicious. Corruption in the water sector is widespread, hugely underestimated and little understood.

Creative strategies for business and social impact

Pioneers for Change | Posted 05.10.2016 | Impact
Pioneers for Change

By: David Gustave Plenty of people can make money. Some can create social change. Doing both requires real creativity, but that's where great bus...

Trailblazing Women: Paulina Sygulska, Co-founder GrantTree

Anne Ravanona | Posted 05.06.2016 | Business
Anne Ravanona

This interview is part of a series on Trailblazing Women role models (Entrepreneurs and Leaders) from around the world and first appeared on Global In...

Creating Sustainable Homes

Pioneers for Change | Posted 05.03.2016 | Impact
Pioneers for Change

By: Sharon Saxby The phone rang early. It was a client. "Sharon, something is wrong with our gas bills. They are about a third of what they used to...

Art to Spark Communication

Pioneers for Change | Posted 04.26.2016 | Impact
Pioneers for Change

By: Inga Krymskaya Nowadays communication has been entirely appropriated by the digital world. We have the tendency to conceive or identify everyth...

The Faithful Shopper: All About Athleisure

Faith Hope Consolo | Posted 04.13.2016 | New York
Faith Hope Consolo

Designers and retailers are all about fashion that is appropriate and chic for either athletic or leisure activities, or both. Yes there is a way to p...

Keep a Close Watch on the Panama Papers, the Biggest, Most Damning Data Leak in the History of Journalism

Auditi Guha | Posted 04.14.2016 | World
Auditi Guha

There is no doubt that this is going to be an enormous, gigantic, gargantuan deal in months to come as the documents reveal how one firm helped the one percent launder money, dodge sanctions and evade tax with help from accountants, lawyers, banks and trusts.

Great Britain's Energy Paralysis

Charles Perry | Posted 04.12.2016 | Green
Charles Perry

Most politicians in the UK know very little about energy. It is an extremely complicated sector and most of us who have worked over decades for energy...

Photo Of Seal Cheesin' For The Camera Wins Photography Contest

The Huffington Post | Kimberly Yam | Posted 03.31.2016 | Good News

Darling it's better down where it's wetter, take it from theeeeeese really amazing shots. recently announced the winners of...

FBI And Justice Department Probing Unaoil Bribery Scandal

Fairfax Media and The Huffington Post | Nick Baumann | Posted 03.31.2016 | Politics

The FBI, U.S. Department of Justice and anti-corruption police in Britain and Australia have launched a joint investigation into revelations of a mass...

Creating a Hubbub

Pioneers for Change | Posted 03.29.2016 | Impact
Pioneers for Change

By: Trewin Restorick Around 18 months ago in a belated midlife crisis I left my relatively secure role as the CEO of Global Action Plan - a charity...

Inventing a green and growing product pipeline

Pioneers for Change | Posted 03.22.2016 | Impact
Pioneers for Change

By: Guy Jeremiah Ohyo is based in London with manufacturing in Sheffield. We create products that make people's lives easier with sustainable produ...

U.K. Vows To Abolish 'Tampon Tax'

The Huffington Post | Dominique Mosbergen | Posted 03.21.2016 | World

For the average woman, tampons and other sanitary products are a basic need, made necessary once every month for decades. Yet in many countries and mo...

Advertising Week Europe Joins The IPA's Continuous Professional Development Programme

Advertising Week | Posted 03.16.2016 | Business
Advertising Week

ATTENDANCE AT ADVERTISING WEEK EUROPE TO CONTRIBUTE TOWARDS CPD ACCREDITATION Advertising Week Europe, the continent’s largest annual gathering of ...

U.K. Minister: We Choose to Invest in Our Cyber Defenses

Taylor Butch | Posted 03.10.2016 | World
Taylor Butch

On Tuesday, the U.K. Minister for the Cabinet Office Matt Hancock, delivered a speech in Israel on supporting the cybersecurity sector.

Somali Who Overcame Horrors To Fight For Refugees Named Woman Of The Year

The Huffington Post | Charlotte Alfred | Posted 03.09.2016 | World

Mariam Ibrahim Yusuf is a campaigner, a public speaker, a choir singer and a mother. She is also an asylum seeker, who risked her life and was separat...

Why Leaving the EU Will Likely Make Britain Poorer

Stephen Peel | Posted 03.08.2016 | World
Stephen Peel

HONG KONG -- Britain's Achilles' heel is its small size. We don't have the large domestic market that technology companies need to support investments in R&D and capture the scale benefits of networks. It is why too many British-founded technology companies sell out early to U.S. companies or are re-domiciled to Boston or Palo Alto by U.S. venture capitalists.

Future of the workplace

Pioneers for Change | Posted 03.01.2016 | Impact
Pioneers for Change

By: Paulina 'Pow' Sygulska I'm under no doubt that the world of workplace as we know it is changing in front of our eyes, never to be the same agai...

The Lousy Brexit Negotiations Threaten To Dissolve What's Left Of European Integration

Juan Fernando López Aguilar | Posted 02.25.2016 | World
Juan Fernando López Aguilar

The European negotiators have chosen to become reckless in order to prevent the "prodigal son" from the leaving the house and slamming the door behind him.