This week in The Global Tiller, we take a look at how far plastic has travelled, how it impacts us, and how recycling may not be enough to reverse its negative impact. What impact do individual actions even have on this global crisis?
This week in The Global Tiller, we explore how we learn new languages and what impact it has on our brains as well as our perceptions. Is there a key to a more tolerant world buried deep inside the complicated rules of each of the 7,000 languages spoken in the world?
This week in The Global Tiller, we check in on our furry friends to see how the pandemic has impacted those who were already in confinement before Covid-19, and whether or not zoos have outlived their relevance in this world.
We are celebrating International Women's Day at The Global Tiller this week by taking a look at how women empowerment leads to economic gains. If calls to human rights, justice and dignity have failed so far to convince everyone that women need to be treated equitably, let’s try making an economic case for it.
This week in The Global Tiller, we walk into the streets of our neighbourhoods to look at who's making news and where it's coming from? Has the pandemic and social media made us close our curtains or are we rekindling ties to make sure there is a doorbell we can ring in case we run out of eggs.
This week in The Global Tiller, we take a closer look at the origins of WTO, how they have created systems of severe global inequality and what are some ways in which they should move forward, if we are to believe their commitments to global prosperity.
This week in The Global Tiller, we take a look at doughnut economics. With the pandemic raging and economies expected to suffer historic depressions, there will never be a more opportune time to rethink our economic structures more creatively, and more humanely.
This week, in The Global Tiller, we scale up the mountains in the afterglow of the historic achievement of the Nepalese climbers scaling K2 mountain for the first time in winter. We take a closer look at how this team made it to the top, what are the consequences of these summit attempts and what is the future of this daring sport.
There’s no way to know if 2021 will continue on the same trajectory as the previous year but, as we start the new year, we at The Global Tiller would like to take this opportunity to understand the grief that we are all feeling.
We take a look at the recent developments in the legalisation of cannabis around the globe, what are some debates surrounding its use and what could our future look like when pot cafes become as normal as bars.
This week in The Global Tiller, we take a look at how our commitment to the SDGs is faring, what are some realistic ways going forward and what we can learn from our mistakes to make the goals even more equitable and impactful.
Pacific Ventury spent a busy election day with three live panel discussions. Our speakers brought great insights into our coverage and we saw many of their indicators unfold as we watched the election results. This edition of The Global Tiller will recap our discussions from “#US2020: A Global Understanding” while also looking at the post-election landscape.
Join us in this week’s The Global Tiller as we explore how much progress we have made in space, what are some pressing technical challenges, and more importantly, how can we apply lessons learned from interplanetary endeavours into improving life here on Earth.
Join us this week in The Global Tiller as we learn along with you what sharenting means, what are the implications for children growing up in the digital age, what are some risks that they can be exposed to and how our systems need to adapt to protect against these risks.
This week in The Global Tiller, we explore just how realistic those hopes are, how close are we to developing a vaccine for Covid-19, who will be able to access it and why are some people viewing it with skepticism.
This week in The Global Tiller, we take a look at the origin of conspiracy theories, how the pandemic has created ideal conditions for cults, like QAnon, to thrive, and what are some ways in which we can inoculate ourselves from falling for them.
This week in The Global Tiller, we examine how our mental health has been impacted by the coronavirus, what are some lessons we can learn from past pandemics and what are some innovations that can change the way we treat mental illnesses in the future.