Having recently launched in the UK, can the New Zealand-derived CoGo app become the "fitbit for ethical consumption"? We spoke to co-founder, Ben Gleisner
A documentary about a farming couple who took their cows to an animal sanctuary is up for a BAFTA award at this Sunday's ceremony. We spoke to the film's director, Alex Lockwood.
Harvard's Shoshana Zuboff was in London this week to discuss her new book, “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism” about the society-wide challenges of Google et al
With 22 members and focused on clear targets around energy, water usage and transportation emissions, the North American 2030 District Network shows the benefits of cooperation
“When someone says, this is now a part of my life and I am better for it, that is a real joy.” Guided Meditation VR is taking meditation to a wider audience via virtual reality.
Can "data trusts" help to rebuild trust around data privacy, ethics and access? We report from this week's highly topical and thought-provoking Open Data Institute Summit.
“Cities are made up of human interactions...” As electric and, in particular, autonomous vehicles loom, what is needed to meet the societal challenges?