Ethos Issue 10
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In our tenth installment of Ethos magazine we’re talking all things Nike.
Our cover story explores how the sportswear giant is supporting civil rights through powerful and controversial advertising campaigns; and the fallout it experiences as a result.
We journey to Palestine, where we meet the Palestinian olive farmers working and living under an imposing illegal military occupation; Zaytoun is the CIC working with them to get Palestinian produce from farmer’s field to shop shelf.
Our stories span five continents as we discuss period poverty, women in tech and females in film.
We meet Evergreen Cooperatives and discuss its pioneering ‘Cleveland Model’ – a blueprint for cooperatives around the world.
We spend 24 hours in the world’s most expensive city, Singapore; and we debate the pros and cons of adopting nuclear power…
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Created by a small team of writers and journalists, all working within the social innovation sector, Ethos was born through our desire to create a magazine which tells interesting and inspiring stories of people doing good business around the world.
We wanted to create a magazine which told stories of good people, doing good business, for people and the planet, and not just for profit. Through Ethos, we’ve travelled the world and listened to the stories of ethical business leaders, speakers, and entrepreneurs – from Brazil, Beirut, Berlin and beyond, who are doing things right.
Our stories are human; they’re the stories of the people behind the business and the ideas that make them tick. Ethos explores a broad scope of topics: from food to farming, hospitality to healthcare, sole traders to sustainability giants; clothing, coworking, cosmetics and community collaboration... We’re always on the look-out for new stories, new ideas and inspirations for the new economy.