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Ethos Magazine: Issue 2 - 10
Ethos Magazine: Issue 2 - 10
Ethos Magazine: Issue 2 - 10
Ethos Magazine: Issue 2 - 10
Ethos Magazine: Issue 2 - 10
Ethos Magazine: Issue 2 - 10
Ethos Magazine: Issue 2 - 10
Ethos Magazine: Issue 2 - 10
Ethos Magazine: Issue 2 - 10
Ethos Magazine: Issue 2 - 10
Ethos Magazine: Issue 2 - 10
Ethos Magazine: Issue 2 - 10

Ethos Magazine: Issue 2 - 10

Ethos

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Ethos is a magazine for and about people who embrace new and innovative ways of doing business. They cover stories about the most progressive business leaders, their teams, character and ideas to give you a unique insight into how they’re changing how business is done.

Created by a small but wonderful team in Liverpool. Printed at Resolution Print in Glasgow.

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…

In the ninth issue of Ethos magazine, we talk biking with cover stars Brompton, hiking the Himalayas with the all-female Ladakhi Women’s Travel Company, and Viking links to Basel and Oslo. 

Our stories take us from Kashmir to Colorado, with tales of breweries, bread makers, bespoke bike brazers, and businesses battling the stigma of mental ill health in the workplace.

We meet co-founder of the Comedy Store Players, Neil Mullarkey, who tells us why he’s bringing his infamous improv comedy into boardrooms around the world. And, we pick up the palm oil debate; is an outright boycott the answer? Or, is it actually one of the world’s most sustainable oils?

 

In our summer edition of Ethos magazine, we spend 24 hours in Saint Petersburg, and travel to Pakistan to learn the importance of STEM subjects for girls. We meet the world’s only ethical cargo ship, which is saving the seven seas as it travels from the Caribbean to Europe, using only the power of the wind.

This issue’s colourful cover star is ice-cream giant Ben & Jerry’s, we caught up with the team, to learn the importance of keeping activism at its heart whilst being part of a multinational company.

Find a moment of mindful reflection, as we speak to Calm – the App Store’s number one mindfulness app – and discover how switching off from technology is important for both our mental and physical health.

In this issue we’re also exploring marketplaces, local heroes, and asking: can gentrification be a force for good?

In issue 05 of Ethos they look at everything from Arctic innovation, to new farming methods that could revitalise the industry. They meet Andra Keay, of Silicon Valley Robotics, who outlines her visions for the future and how the tech industry needs to be more inclusive. Ethos look at whether eating insects could be the answer to an impending global crisis; and they also look at Tony’s Chocolonely who are making 100% slave-free chocolate and writing their own rules as they do it. The world may be on the verge of disaster, but luckily there’s still people out there doing the right things.

From Bangladesh to Barcelona; Hamburg to El Hierro, issue four of Ethos magazine covers everything from ethical fashion, to electric vehicles, sport and the sustainable development goals. They meet John Thackara, global advisor and public speaker, who advocates for sustainability and the importance of community. Primark gives us the lowdown on its ethical and environmental initiatives. Ethos explore the unique island of El Hierro through our photo story; and we reflect on two years since the plastic bag charge came into effect in the UK - is there really a more ecologically friendly alternative?

Beauty, fashion, recycling, automotives... The third issue of Ethos is packed full of stories of innovation and inspiration from some of the biggest household names. They are talking sustainability with cover star, Lego, as it lays the foundations for its future, making sustainable plastic products from bio-based materials. They meet Claire Wasserman, founder of Ladies Get Paid, which champions women in the workplace and offers a support system for women the world over to achieve their worth at work. This issue's stories take us around the world, from Austin to Accra, New York to New Zealand - Ethos talk to the passionate people behind the purposeful businesses, creating a positive change in the world.

The second issue of Ethos magazine brings you stories of ethical entrepreneurs and conscious companies from around the world. Cover star, Fairphone is the award-winning Amsterdam-based social enterprise, which has produced the world’s first ethical smartphone, the Fairphone 2. Ethos talked to co-founder Miquel Ballester about crowdfunding, conflict minerals and the circular economy. They've also got stories from Belize, Beirut, Brazil and beyond; as well as the introduction of our new Ethos Meets feature, new to Issue 02, this instalment’s interview is with author and broadcaster, Mark Stevenson.

Ethos is a quarterly magazine for and about people who embrace new and innovative ways of

doing business.They cover stories about the most progressive business leaders, their teams, ethos and ideas to give you a unique insight into how they’re changing how business is done.

All the making of the magazine happens in the UK: Roy at Kula designs Ethos at his studio in Liverpool, Lucy edits Ethos from our own premises in Liverpool and David prints Ethos from his small press in Glasgow. Ethos believe that business can be a force for good, so they aim to champion and highlight those who are changing the world through their ethical aims and innovative ideas.

 


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