For many women, public transportation plays an important role in maintaining an independent lifestyle. Less likely to own a car in many parts of the world, women also drive less frequently than men and are thus more reliant on other means of transport.
Yet in the past, transport planners have neglected to consider the very different ways that women utilize public transit.
TUMI Transport Outlook 1.5˚C –
The transport sector accounts for almost one quarter of global energy related CO2 emissions. Climate action in transport is urgently needed. However, a clear-cut transformation path, is missing.
To close this gap TUMI and the University of Technology Sydney developed a robust scenario study: the TUMI Transport Outlook 1.5˚C.
Editorial assistance on case study featuring mobility in the City of Jakarta, selected as the winner of the 2021 Sustainable Transport Award. Together with the City of Jakarta, ITDP, and with assistance from TUMI, we bring you “Lessons Learned from Jakarta’s Journey to an Integrated and Resilient Transport System,” a case study report.
Originally delayed due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions in April, Art Cologne has once again had to postpone its physical edition. Instead of meeting in person at Koelnmesse next week, art lovers will be treated to extensive online content including talks with art experts, short films about the winners of the fair’s prize, and a virtual edition of the fair (the latter hosted, in full disclosure, on Artsy).
A rapid shift to remote working in response to the Covid-19 pandemic created a need to rethink not only the office, but also how people actually work. The speakers of ADP ReThink Now had a lot to say about how we work today, and the long term impact of Covid-19 on how we might work in the future.
The artist Käthe Kollwitz did not shy away from presenting the worst of the human experience. In her paintings and lithographs, she captured the sudden misfortunes that life puts in our path.
After seismic shifts in the publishing industry over the last two years, a return to in-person meetings at the Frankfurt Book Fair signaled a positive development and offered a glimpse into the future for publishers.
Stora Enso’s Sustainability Academy helps build individuals’ and companies’ sustainability competencies
Interviewed thought leaders behind Stora Enso Paper Division's Sustainability Academy, a new initiative to bring insights into sustainability straight to their customers, and wrote a magazine story explaining the benefits of the new program.
Questions over the authenticity of Russian avant-garde art have plagued the market for decades. Now, a groundbreaking new exhibition at the Museum Ludwig in Cologne has begun to provide answers.
Not even the coronavirus outbreak can keep one tiny Bavarian village from performing their play—once social distancing becomes history.
Remote work just got a lot easier, thanks to an update to Softproofing by Stora Enso. With pre-press quality checks now possible wherever there’s an internet connection, companies can ensure their print runs are up to standard while saving time and money.
Now more than ever, consumers around the world are looking for companies to showcase their commitment to the environment. And the book publishing industry is no exception. How do circular economy thinking and books relate to each other?