3×30 Webinar: Look Up
4 March 2015
To introduce Ci’s new webinar series 3×30 our CEO and Founder, Kierstin De West, was joined by Headspace’s Co-Founder Rich Pierson to discuss ‘Look Up’ – the shift in consumer’s relationship with technology and our desire to connect to what is authentic, real and meaningful in our lives. Missed out? Watch the recording below. …
Peoples’ Growing Desire for Authentic Connection: Offline and in the Real World
6 May 2014
The onslaught of digital communities and virtual connections in our lives has left people more connected and disconnected than any other time in history. After a decade of gorging ourselves on friending, liking, tweeting status updates, instagramming meals and snapchatting conversations – sometimes in lieu of connecting with our friends and family offline – what …
The Mindful Consumer
1 May 2014
Three years ago, Ci looked at how people who meditated differed from those who did not. We found that those who did, were more empathetic than others and far more likely to be agents of social change. In 2014, this cultural shift toward mindfulness and the search for spiritual over material contentment has really come …
Is the Girl Effect Real?
23 May 2013
(This article originally appeared on Sustainable Brands) I live as the sole injection of estrogen in a house full of testosterone with my husband and two young boys, aged nine and six. But suddenly I am swimming in estrogen. Coming off the back of two different client projects both of which involved global brands targeting …
Are People Who Meditate the Top Social Change Agents?
7 March 2011
Meditation and Social Change: Are people who meditate the top social change agents?
Experts Behind the Experts
11 October 2010
Experts Behind the Experts (EbE) is a curated interview series of thought leaders and innovators in the cultural shift to sustainability launching Thursday October 14, 2010 at Sustainable Life Media Much like the during tech boom, in the cultural shift to sustainability a new gang of rockstars and headline grabbers has emerged. But these aren’t …
New Knowledge vs. Old Knowlege
8 July 2010
I recently picked up Bruce Sterling’s book Shaping Things from my bookshelf again. I flipped open to a random page which just happened to be about ‘sustainability as process’. Sterling writes: There is the known, the unknown known, and the unknown unknown. When the unknown unknown comes lurching to town, you have to learn about …
When Vocal Globalists Are Also Artists
3 February 2010
“If we’re going to transform the world we have to push ourselves to think differently.”