In this issue of Ethos we look at the changing face of our global media landscape, and ask how journalism can survive in an increasingly digital era. We speak to the Yes Yes Company, which creates ethical intimacy products, designed with people and the planet in mind. Our Local hero is Safe Gigs for Women, a charity which ensures that women feel safe and supported at gigs and festivals across the UK. We rethink recycling in our long read, and question how effective it can be in our economy of over-consumption.
We also ask two experts why big data is leaving a bad taste in people’s mouths, and we take a whistle-stop tour around London in our 24 hours in… segment.
Published: September 2019
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