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Excessive use of nitrogen is causing problems ranging from coastal dead zones to fish kills and global warming.
Copenhagen and Malmo share an ambition to drive out crime by injecting the ideas of an open, democratic and empathetic society into their very bricks and mortar.
In Japan, the maker of Pocky has found a winning way to keep office workers happy and make money.
Anita Krohn Traaseth, former chief of Hewlett-Packard Norway, wants to see women aim higher.
A growing number of South Korean fathers are opting to take a break from their careers to help bring up their children.
While the country has long achieved universal health care, there are still certain communities who are being deprived of their right to health.
Foresight expert Dr Stefan Hajkowicz shares the most important healthcare megatrends that will be manifesting over the next couple of decades.
Korean fried chicken is a global phenomenon that is also taking flight in Malaysia, with the addition of South Korean-based Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory.
The World Happiness Report 2017 placed Malaysia 42nd out of 155 countries. What does it mean?
Producing meat for consumption is so bad for the environment that there is such a thing as a World No Meat Day – on June 12.