We actively monitor change covering more than 150 key elements of life.
Please see below recent climate-related change, including key developments regarding the UN Sustainable Development Goal 13 - Climate Action.
Imagine a ship that is sinking and needs all the available power to run the pumps to drain out the rising waters. The first class passengers refuse to cooperate because they feel hot and want to use the air-conditioner and other electrical appliances. The second-class passengers spend all their time trying to be upgraded to first-class status. The boat sinks and the passengers all drown. That is where the present approach to climate change is leading - Buddhist monk Matthieu Ricard
Please see below selected recent health-related change. This page includes general updates on mental health, but please see Halcyon's pages on anxiety, depression and therapy for more detailed content on those elements.
- What's New? - Health
- What's Changing? - Anxiety
- What's Changing? - Depression
- What's Changing? - Therapy
- What's Changing? - Wellbeing
Please see below selected recent therapy-related change.
Please see below recent sleep-related change.
Please see below selected recent consumption-related change.
- A report from the Finnish scientific journal Environmental Research Letters compared the global warming potential of different shopping models, from the classic cycle (buy new, use for a while, bin), to reuse models like second-hand shops, to rental. It found the renting model is the least sustainable, as the extensive packaging, relentless cleaning and constant transportation between renters, made this model much more carbon intensive than alternatives.
Please see below recent sustainable development-related change. (Each headline relates to one or more of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs.)
The 20th Century was about dozens of markets of millions of consumers. The 21st Century is about millions of markets of dozens of consumers - Joe Kraus, dotcom pioneer
Please see below selected recent business-related change.