New green tech, from vertical farming to 3D printing and plant-based meat, can reconcile economic progress with the production limits of our planet, explains Prof. Philip Meissner.
Founder of Time2Start, Hawa Dramé shares her take on inclusive entrepreneurship as an avenue for individual and community development, and how she is working to capture this potential.
Prof. Aurélien Acquier writes about the science fiction movie Okja, which says a lot about our response to environmental issues.
How can business leaders create meaningful change through technology? We take a closer look at the TechForGood movement with two ESCP professors Aurélien Acquier & Terence Tse.
Following the success of their SPF Runway competition, ESCP students reflect on the sustainability challenges facing the fashion industry and where new technologies can make a difference with the example of Staiy.
Three ESCP students are on a tour of Europe to uncover sustainable agricultural practices to feed a growing population. First stop, Denmark’s Nordic Harvest.
“At some point last year, 1.6 billion students, and as many parents, have experienced edtech solutions in some shape or form.” CEO of EdTechX, Benjamin Vedrenne-Cloquet shares his take on the future of edtech.
Covid-19 is unlikely to be the last pandemic the world will see. But what if big data could make it possible to identify the emergence of a new disease and predict its capacity to become a pandemic?
In this interview, Prof. Martin Kupp explains why he decided to co-found a start-up aiming to make clean energy reliable and affordable with an EMBA student, and thus contribute to moving deep tech out of the lab.
Interview with Elias Orphelin, a 22-year-old student who took to Twitter to help France better understand the pandemic thanks to data visualisation.