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Roberto Guerra

Roberto Guerra is a bilingual writer, editor, entrepreneur, corporate engagement and communications specialist, and US Air Force veteran with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Universidad de la Sabana (Bogota, Colombia) and an International Master in Sustainable Development and Corporate Responsibility from EOI Business School (Madrid, Spain). Born in New York and raised in Florida, Roberto is former managing director for the Spanish-language version of vegan business magazine "vegconomist" and is also author of three novels. He has lived, worked and studied on four different continents.

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As Droughts Zap South America’s Hydroelectric Energy, What Can Be Done?
As Droughts Zap South America’s Hydroelectric Energy, What Can Be Done?

The Next Economy / As our climate systems become more erratic, clean sources of energy will become ever more precious; and scaling and diversifying sustainable ways to harness it will be key to our survival. - 4 weeks ago

New Ways of Catching, Producing Seafood Could Boost Health of Aquatic Ecosystems
New Ways of Catching, Producing Seafood Could Boost Health of Aquatic Ecosystems

Product, Service & Design Innovation / More conscientious catch methods and the rise of cultivated seafood could help take the pressure off of overfished marine ecosystems — whose health is critical for planetary health. - 1 month ago

Lab-Grown Coffee: Sustainable Brew of the Future?
Lab-Grown Coffee: Sustainable Brew of the Future?

Product, Service & Design Innovation / If researchers can bridge the gap in taste between coffee that was cultivated in the field and that cultivated in a lab, it could eventually be a win-win for coffee lovers and biodiversity alike. - 2 months ago

Powering Earth from Space: Can We Solve Our Energy Crisis Without Destroying the Environment?
Powering Earth from Space: Can We Solve Our Energy Crisis Without Destroying the Environment?

Product, Service & Design Innovation / There is immense potential for sustainable innovation in the ever-growing space economy — in ways that could bring the industry’s own impacts, and an infinite source of solar power, back down to Earth. - 2 months ago

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Despite Its History, Not All Lobbying Is Bad
Despite Its History, Not All Lobbying Is Bad

The Next Economy / Unlike the majority of lobbyists dedicated to preserving business as usual, a new generation of lobby groups are using their power to fuel sustainable development. - 3 months ago

Eastern Innovators Showing Feasibility of Circular Social Enterprises
Eastern Innovators Showing Feasibility of Circular Social Enterprises

The Next Economy / Southeast Asia and the Middle East are emerging as incubators for plastic-diversion innovations; and beyond putting a dent in plastic pollution, they are helping reduce poverty and making a circular economy the wave of the present. - 3 months ago

Latin Americans Are Embracing Plant-Based Foods — a Growing Opportunity for Investment
Latin Americans Are Embracing Plant-Based Foods — a Growing Opportunity for Investment

The Next Economy / Food investors and entrepreneurs would do well to mark the major focus on plant-based protein innovation happening for our neighbors to the South. - 4 months ago

Getting Consumers to See the Light on Solar
Getting Consumers to See the Light on Solar

Marketing and Comms / A lot of concerns that remain barriers to more widespread adoption of residential solar can be addressed with relative ease through tailored messaging. - 6 months ago

Eating Your Values: Depoliticizing Alternative Proteins for a Diverse Consumer Base
Eating Your Values: Depoliticizing Alternative Proteins for a Diverse Consumer Base

Marketing and Comms / Studies have shown that urban and liberal-leaning US consumers are more likely to try alternative meat compared to rural and more conservative-leaning demographics. So, crafting messages that appeal to both audiences is vital. - 7 months ago

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