A country lacks access to electricity to 90%

What could be the solution to energy access?

How can we solve the growing water crisis?

Philip Wilson and the EcoFiltro solution

Only 1% of textiles are effectively recycled

But a Belgian start up has the technology to change this

How to develop clothing that will live for ever

Two brothers from the Isle of Man trying to change the fashion industry

The way to give each tree an identity

The ambitious mission of the Austrian start-up Beetle for Tech

Can a young leader in Rwanda stop devastating deforestation?

Meet Jean Bosco Nzeyimana and the idea of Habona

Food excess is the neglected issue in the hospitality industry

Benjamin Lephilibert, Founder of LightBlue Environmental Consulting, writes on why food waste is the elephant in the room, especially in the hotel sector

Creating a ‘national story’ of solutions

David Laurent, Head of Climate & Resources department at EpE, tells OLBIOS from France about business issues that weren’t even on the table a year ago.

The bees and Leigh-Kathryn

How to dave the dwindling honeybee population while providing corporations with a novel approach to sustainability

Mexican management

Alex Eaton and the model of Sistema Biobolsa, or how to empower farmers to take an active role to escape the cycle of rural poverty.

Giving the missing light

One in four Filipinos (20 million people) lacks access to electricity. Jim Ayala did something about it that works.

Nine million meals

Watch the wonderful documentary directed by Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fine, and the story of three exceptional children preparing for a music competition.

Climate action : make it visible. Accelerate.

Our main goal at the « Step Up Climate Action » is to connect different actors of the environmental...

A Time to Look Closer at Nature

Athens: OLBIOS asked wildlife expert Philip Dragoumis of his thoughts on how the pandemic is affecting nature The message is clear: humans need to do less, he claims.

The future looks good for the Philippines

Oliver Gardiner writes about Regeneration International and the efforts of the country to forge a national consensus around regenerative agriculture.

It’s time for Climate Change to enter the classroom

We are very close to irreversible climate change and catastrophic warming; Schools, teachers and syllabuses need to adapt to this and make climate change a subject in its own right, argues Peder Hill.

Time for more grounded travel

Aviation is a major polluter but it is mostly the majority who does not use them that suffers the consequences, writes OLBIOS Correspondent in Luxembourg, Diego Pedraza Lahoz. Time for a paradigm shift in travel but also habits, he claims.

A climate success story needs to inspire

In his article to OLBIOS, Ben Bartle writes about the important environmental insight that emerged from a...

The languages of climate crisis

In an article for OLBIOS, Manuel Maqueda writes from San Francisco on the intersection between climate migration, linguistic diversity and panlingual technology.

We are faced with a climate emergency. Can art help?

The artist Kito Mbiango contributed to OLBIOS this interview by Jill Van den Brule, In it, Mbiango points to the crucial role of art in communicating risks, but also motivating people to act.

Bottom-Up Development in Armenia

In her article to OLBIOS, Megan Garland writes about her experience with the Dilijan Community Center, a project by the people and for the people

The top environmental problems few people know

Apathy and selfishness are among the top environmental problems In his article for OLBIOS, Adrian Wagner explains the importance of Global Social Witnessing. 

Doing the math for diesel 

In his contribution to OLBIOS, Christopher Hoffman shows how some simple calculations can pave the way for change in how the UN and NGOs operate.

Providing decent work for unskilled labour can save lives

Nigeria : Oladimeji Johnson Ojo presents A Sobanjo and shows the power of recycling

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