Let's Do What the Vikings Did

Let's Do What the Vikings Did

In the age of digital and networked societies, it may seem that only new technol...

Untouched World

Untouched World

How do you become the first and only lifestyle fashion company in the world to b...

Learning the Craft

Learning the Craft

Wondering what to do next? Leave that smartphone behind, take a trip back in tim...

I Spend, Therefore I Am

A radical, inspiring, agenda-setting critique that shows how neo-liberal economics has invaded every area of society, including our most intimate decisions

The Democracy Project

2011 was a year of revolution. The Arab Spring was followed by a summer of protests across Southern Europe, with the Occupy movement emerging in the US in the autumn. Beginning with Occupy Wall Street in New York, camps sprang up in dozens of countries and hundreds of cities and towns – 600 in the US alone

Winner Take All

The Chinese are on a global shopping spree with a mammoth of a shopping cart in tow. In a climate ridden with geopolitical struggles, many over natural resources, China is strolling the isles and picking products to its heart’s desire. The world’s second-largest economy is on a breathtaking binge –  one that poses a threat to our future, according to economist Dambisa Moyo
Likened to a modern day gold rush, development of the UK’s shale gas resources has generated both excitement and dissent in equal measures

Cancel The Apocalypse

In fascinating and iconoclastic detail - on everything from the cash in your pocket to the food on your plate and the shape of our working lives – Cancel the Apocalypse describes how the relentless race for economic growth is not always one worth winning

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