Books

The Sharing Economy

The End of Employment and the Rise of Crowd-Based Capitalism By Arun Sundararajan Sharing isn’t new. Giving someone a ride, having…

Book Review:The Ethical Economy

The Ethical Economy: Rebuilding Value After the Crisis, by Adam Arvidsson and Nicolai Peitersen, Columbia University Press, 2013 The Ethical Economy…

Business News

Boris Johnson is a weird choice

Boris Johnson is a weird choice

www.themirrorinspires.com Making Boris Johnson – who led the Brexit campaign…

Making Sense of Brexit 

Making Sense of Brexit 

Global Affairs As policies, the recent developments in Britain seem…

Climate Change

Cities worldwide commit to combating emissions

Cities worldwide commit to combating emissions

Through bold climate commitments, 228 cities around the world are taking the lead on climate action. Over 200 cities have set greenhouse gas reduction goals or targets. Action…

Could indigenous knowledge systems combat climate change?

Could indigenous knowledge systems combat climate change?

www.themirrorinspires.com As the global scientific community combines technology and brains to track climate change patterns and effects, indigenous populations have been noting these changes in a landscape they…

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Brexit – A very bad flu that UK caught

Brexit – A very bad flu that UK caught

Richard Branson said this morning that the Brexit vote has reduced the value of Virgin by thirty percent.…

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Air Shepherd

Food

Food waste

SINGAPORE: If you and your family made it a point to finish every morsel of your Chinese New Year meals, then you have all…

Assessing the resource potential of Sal seeds in India

Assessing the resource potential of Sal seeds in India

A study, by Dr Girish Chandra Pant of the Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education, assessed the present and future resource potential of…

Caution urged to resolve food crisis

Caution urged to resolve food crisis

The world has faced food crises twice since the latter half of the 20th century. The first one took place in 1973. The world…

Human Rights

Bloggers jailed for abusing democratic freedoms

Burma returns to market

The life of a Nobel Peace Prize winner

Observations

Politics

The unspun Jeremy Corbyn

The unspun Jeremy Corbyn

Nobody expected a veteran, rebel leftwing MP to be elected to lead the UK Labour Party. It’s going…

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The Global Ethicist

The Global Ethicist

Take it from the top By *Andrea Bonime-Blanc It’s easy to think the reputational buck stops with the…