Nobody can deny that millennials are an important cohort nowadays. Growing up in an increasingly online and socially-connected world, idealism, consciousness and diversity’s tolerance seem to be the most common traits. Nonetheless, it is the first generation that is less economically successful than their parents. Consequently, millennials are dealing with dilemas such as the need to own a home […]Read More Agrihoods: housing for millennials
“We are currently in a society where people live longer. Smart cities are a response to this.” said Laurent Abadie, CEO of Panasonic Europe. His words are clear, smart cities are not only about technology and the environment but also about people’ well-being, about which services we can offer to people and make their lives […]Read More Smart Cities for a society of longer lives
I have been back home for some days now and I can not still forget this last summer in Myanmar. It has been an unique experience. I was not prepared for the different way of travelling I encountered, but after the initial shock I have had the time of my life. Experienced people said me […]Read More A Summer in Green Myanmar
What is happiness? What makes you happy? A new car, a bigger house, winning the lottery, a higher-paying job, power, fame, more friends, peace, less poverty, health, less body fat? The options are endless and everybody, of course, has the right to be happy. However, the way we define our happiness drives what we do […]Read More Sustainable Happiness. “Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.”
Imagine yourself entering to a supermarket where no endless, distracting bright colourful and packed shelves are found. Instead, imagine a relaxed, neutral space with a pleasant atmosphere that allows you to enjoy the shopping experience. Have you succeeded? If it’s difficult, pictures of Original unverpackt grocery store can help you. It opened in Berlin one […]Read More Back to basics. Waste-free shopping.