By: Joshua Xu Technology’s integration into our lives has become perpetually more prolific, with the merits and implications of Artificial Intelligence remaining a central locus of discussion. While AI has already realized
Crowds at Lake Louise in Banff National Park Introduction Canada is famous for its breathtaking scenery and stunning national parks. Among them is Banff National Park, located in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Every
The clean beauty industry has become a trending topic in recent years, with many consumers opting for products that are supposedly free of harsh chemicals and harmful ingredients. However, behind the glossy marketing
While there are certainly concerns with the adoption of Web 3.0, its untapped potential should not be overlooked. As we continue to explore and develop Web 3.0 applications, we must keep our shared goals of environmental and social sustainability at the forefront of our minds.
By Darin Materman As Ethiopia enters its third year without sufficient rainfall, malnutrition and thirst plague local communities. With three failed rainy seasons denying Ethiopians crucial water, the drought haunting the Horn of
By: Derrik Chen Transportation is evolving with the modern world. Central to this transformation are high-speed railways (HSRs), which are emerging as efficient forms of transportation for both passengers and freight alike. High-speed
Problem 1: The clean energy industry is white-male-dominated. Introduction The energy industry is in a state of transformative flux, riding on the back of renewables. Clean energy provides the chance to bring far-reaching,
A growing industry of carbon capture is attempting to remove these harmful emissions from the atmosphere. Facilitating their growth through an efficient voluntary carbon market could accelerate the path to a cleaner future.
Introduction It seems that every week, a new Fortune 500 company commits to lowering its carbon footprint. Companies such as Amazon, Coca-Cola, and Nestlè have all committed to being carbon neutral, meaning a
Vietnam, a booming economy with approximately 100 million residents, is currently embracing renewable energy, especially solar and wind, as part of its industrialization process due to its abundant natural resources. The United Nations
Source:Four Seasons: The Market Kitchen DiningBuffets are a key part of the dining experience – whether it be in hotels, buffet-style restaurants, soup kitchens, or even in a college dining hall. The word
Background on Microfinance Originally pioneered by Muhammad Yunus in 1976 in Bangladesh, microfinance is a banking service targeted at low-income and vulnerable groups who face significant barriers to accessing financial services such as
Image credit: Vincent Callebaut ArchitecturesSustainability is quite simple. We depend on our natural environment to provide us with everything we need to survive. Sustainability is an effort to preserve the future by addressing
Microplastics. Photograph: David Kelly/Photograph David Kelly https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/mar/24/microplastics-found-in-human-blood-for-first-timeWe live in a world surrounded by plastics, from water bottles to shopping bags, to clothes we wear
AbstractAffecting more than one billion people in 2009, the worldwide ‘hunger pandemic’ has left many nations struggling to ensure the health and well-being of their citizens in a globalized society. Despite increases in