Today’s Solutions: October 17, 2021

The Optimist View

Cows, rejoice! We don’t need your milk anymore!

Together with environmental engineer Perumal Gandhi and CEO of New Harvest Isha Datar, Ryan set out to create “a real dairy product that relies in no way on animal husbandry.” Muufri (pronounced Moo-free, get it?) is not meant to undercut small farmers, rather it serves as a much-needed Read More...

The Artemis-effect: How Women are Changing the World

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Effortless Meditation: The Spirit of Now

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] By Jurriaan Kamp, Editor-in-Chief [/vc_column_text][vc_column_text] Just as Peter Russell is sitting down on the deck of his houseboat, a great cormorant lands on the tall wooden pole jutting up from the water nearby. Russell’s boat is moored in the Read More...

In praise of dissent

Want to spur innovation, creativity and social justice? Get to know a dissenter. Jeremy Mercer | July/August 2010 issue Mabel Yu didn’t trust the numbers. It was 2006 and Yu was an analyst with The Vanguard Group, a financial firm based in Malvern, Pennsylvania, that manages almost $1 trillion Read More...

Treat life as a workshop to find out who you are

By: Jurriaan Kamp, Editor-in-chief Nigerian novelist Ben Okri tackles the really big questions of our time: inequality, immigration, education and, yes, love. He does this by looking at the world and then deep inside himself until he touches the source of his own truth. We live in an age when sound Read More...