Shifting of business ethics: from traditional goals in the workplace to a focus on purpose, self awareness and spirituality.
Countless social movements are currently simmering below the radar. They are locally rooted and globally connected in translocal networks, creating new practices and ideas for tackling economic, ecological and social challenges.
Being three years in, the Sustainable Development Goals are subjected to its first progress measurements. Discussing spatial data sources as an opportunity for progress measurement of the SDGs in the Gobal South.
For me and most Europeans, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), especially those relating to food and water, often seem like some distant issue concerning only people in developing countries. Consequently, we are tempted to ignore that our behaviour as consumers actually contributes to constraints on resources – behaviour that makes the SDGs necessary in the first place. Many examples can be used to support this notion, even something as basic as food.