Yayasan Harapan Masa Depan Cerah, or foundation for a bright future, is Cargill Tropical Palm Holdings' way of contributing to the communities it works in. Here's how the foundation is delivering on the promise of a brighter future.
In any academic degree, the final project is the final milestone before students enter the workforce. Students and academics at the Sydney Sustainability Programme explain how its capstone is uniquely helpful to students and organisations.
Sustainability is deemed to be nascent in the country that is confronted by a myriad of socio-economic challenges, and so pioneering social enterprises converged this year with one purpose: To make sustainable business the new way forward.
Pursuing knowledge can build expertise in a field, or it can change the world. Professor Manfred Lenzen explains how the University of Sydney's purpose-first approach to sustainability research helps students tackle tough global challenges.
There's more to poverty relief than just increasing material wealth; taking shame seriously must be part of any poverty-reduction strategy, says Center for Social Protection at the Institute of Development Studies co-director Keetie Roelen.
A shocking 130 million girls are still not attending school today globally. Former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard explains why this gender gap is bad for gender equality, sustainable development, and business.
Implementing the SDGs will require people who have skills such as systems thinking and integrated problem solving—and universities are perfectly positioned to help. Here's a practical guide for universities to get started on the Goals.