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Past:
  • Forbes
  • HuffPost
  • PRI
  • Pacific Standard
  • CityLab
  • Huffington Post UK
  • HuffPost India
  • Le HuffPost

Past articles by Lucy:

Could This Tech Mean The End Of Lost Wallets?

Funded within 3 hours on Kickstarter this wallet is the first voice-activated smart wallet in the world. Offering worldwide traceability, RFID protection and instant card access, could this signal the end of lost valuables? → Read More

This Entrepreneur Wants To Makes Periods Fun

When 15-year-old Bryony Farmer was bedbound with an illness, she realized there must be a more comfortable way to have a period. And so she set out to revolutionize menstruation. → Read More

This App Enables You To Make Money Off Your Own Personal Data

In a world where personal data is valuable currency for huge companies such as Google and Facebook, it's hard to see how an individual can profit from their date. However one entrepreneur may have the answer. → Read More

The Charity Clothing Women Fleeing Abusive Relationships

After fleeing an abusive partner, Rachael Bews decided to do something to help other women in crisis - by providing them with clean, quality clothing. → Read More

How To Find A Perfectly Ripe Avocado, According To Science

Depending on when your avocado was picked from the tree, it's possible it'll never reach peak creaminess. → Read More

PRI

This Indigenous tribe in Colombia is run solely by women

Over a decade ago, male elders in the Wayuu tribe decided to appoint a woman as its leader. After the success of being led by a female head, the community changed its governance traditions and now exclusively appoints women to lead. → Read More

PRI

A push to legalize coca leaf production in Colombia

Coca leaf, the substance used to make cocaine, should be legalized in Colombia in order to aid the peace process and help grow the country’s economy, a new report argues. → Read More

The Threats Facing Bogotá's Valuable Water Supply

Due to farming, coal mining, and climate change, the Colombian capital's unique water ecosystem is disrupting the delicate balance that ensures water for the city. → Read More

Climate Change, Farming Threaten Bogotá's Water Supply

Colombia’s capital depends on a unique ecosystem called páramos for its water supply. Environmental advocates warn that the páramos are now threatened by climate change and other factors. → Read More

Why I Opened The UK's Only Organic Pub

'My mission was to prove restaurants can be sustainable and profitable.' → Read More

PRI

Meet Pegg, a gender-neutral robot assistant

AI is reinforcing human stereotypes, says technologist Kriti Sharma. She's trying to change that. → Read More

Bogotá's Bronx Is Barren, But Not for Long

Once home to crocodile pits where drug dealers disposed of victims, the Bronx in Bogotá awaits an ambitious revitalization and its few remaining residents face an uncertain future. → Read More

PRI

These Sámi women are trying to keep their native Skolt language alive

Tiina Sanila-Aikio, 34, is head of the Sámi people in Finland, the only indigenous population recognized in the European Union. She's also the creator of the world’s first Skolt-language rock albums — a Sámi language spoken by just 300 people. → Read More

Long Beach Is Trying to Beat the Heat

Sea-level rise is often a primary concern for communities coping with climate change, but in Long Beach the government is worried more about the heat. → Read More

A Coastal City's Climate Problem: Rising Heat, Not Seas

Temperatures have soared in the Southern California city in recent years, but taming them presents its own set of challenges. → Read More

PRI

An Argentine startup that makes shoes from discarded tire scraps and employs single mothers

Xinca currently employs 25 women from rural areas, where much of the production is done. → Read More

Neil DeGrasse Tyson On Beyonce’s Babies, And Why He Won’t Engage Trump On Climate Change

HuffPost UK meets the man bringing science to the masses. → Read More

Your Guide To Foraging

Want to gather your own food but don't know where to start? We've got you covered. → Read More

LA To San Fran: How To Turn Your PCH Drive Into The Ultimate Road Trip

Technically, driving from LA to San Francisco on the Pacific Coast Highway can be done in a day. Travel guides recommend investing two days into the trip... → Read More

Former White House Social Innovation Director Sonal Shah's Advice On Starting A Social Business

'People don't want to work in companies that don't have a social impact.' → Read More