Going paperless to save the environment? This article examines the idea of paper and the digital economy. While accepting that there is tremendous growth in digitalisation, there is also the danger of assuming our internet habits are clean when they are not. It also gives a brief overview of reducing our carbon footprints and other telecommunications that contribute to carbon dioxide. The conclusion is that corporations continue to play their denial game, however, the author believes that there is still hope in preserving our natural environment.
As society progresses, the world has seen several changes in the making – one being the persistent fight for more gender equality around the globe. Today, the issue of breaking down gender boundaries for men and women is salient. The IAS Gazette examines how both genders must work together to eradicate the notion of fixed roles for men and women in the societies we live in.
World Children’s Day is a day dedicated to celebrating the birth and the rights of children. The reality, however, is that not every child has access to the same rights. Despite the United Nations’ efforts in paving the way to champion this cause by creating agencies such as UNICEF, much more remains to be done to ensure that every child’s rights are met.
Fast fashion has been increasingly known to create a multitude of problems. While there has been a push towards sustainable and ethical fashion, how viable is it for everyone?