Film / Science & Environment / Story-telling / Take 5_ / World View

Years Of Living Dangerously

YEARS OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY takes the viewer directly to the heart of the climate change story in this awe-inspiring and cinematic documentary series event. Combining the storytelling styles of Hollywood’s top movie makers with 60 Minutes’ Joel Bach and David Gelber’s reporting expertise, the docu-series reveals critical stories of heartbreak, hope and heroism as the … Continue reading

Science & Environment / World View

And… Breathe…

In a break from its typically transparent-as-wood approach to state data, the Chinese Government has surprised everyone by requiring 15,000 factories—influential state-owned enterprises included—to issue real-time reports on their air and water emissions. This decision marks huge progress from just a few years ago, when the government was requesting foreign embassies and consulates in the … Continue reading

The World’s A Stage
*Showcasing / Culture / Curated Spaces_ / Design / Innovation / World View

The World’s A Stage

Last month, the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama in Cardiff, Wales, hosted World Stage Design 2013, an extraordinary ten day festival of performance design from the world of theatre, opera, ballet as well as public performances and installations in non-theatre spaces. At the centre of the event was a major international exhibition, featuring … Continue reading

Socio-Cultural / World View

Mapping The Trends Shaping Our Cities

The BMW Guggenheim Lab, a traveling think tank/community discussion space, released today their latest list of urban trends, gleaned from almost six months’ worth of workshops held in Mumbai, Berlin, and New York City. From Container Architecture to Data Visualization, Crowdsourcing to Urban Data, many of these trends — discussion points, really — pop up frequently. The … Continue reading