Thursday, 27 May 2021 / Published in Blog, Uncategorized
25% of the world’s species are currently at risk of going extinct. This is because we are losing species 1,000 times faster than any other time in human history.   If we continue on this path, we will reach the 6th mass extinction caused entirely by us humans! The five mass extinctions that took place before in the last 450 million years have led to the permanent destruction of 70-95% of the species
Friday, 30 October 2020 / Published in Blog, Fäctli, SLX Videos, Video
Webinar Series Covid 19 Great Reset
The scale of the problem is a first for many. While technology may have caused health issues for the people who use it, it has played other important and positive roles in the pandemic. Technology has enabled tracking of the disease to arrest its spread through mobile phone apps. Will it be a case of survival of the fittest or should we be thinking of the word “sustainability” – where no one gets left behind? We have a webinar series dedicated to Sustainable Finance.
Monday, 07 September 2020 / Published in Blog, SLX Videos
Let us come together and donate
Learn about the International day of Charity in Switzerland through SLX Learning, a blended learning hub based in Switzerland
Friday, 04 September 2020 / Published in Blog, Fäctli, SLX Videos
Fribourg Swiss Learning Exchange
Switzerland! The name brings with it imagery of snow-peaked Alps, delicious chocolates, cheese, and watches. But this tiny country is much more than these things. 1. An Excellent Quality of Life It is one of the countries with the highest quality of life across the world, as per Social Progress Index 2019.  Work-life balance is
Thursday, 03 September 2020 / Published in Blog, SLX Videos, Sustainable Development, Video, Vlog
Akshaya Patra Mid Day Meal
Hunger and malnutrition is a big problem worldwide. Akshaya Patra has a model that feeds hungry children with nutritious and healty food.
Thursday, 03 September 2020 / Published in Blog, Fäctli, SLX Videos, Video
Sustainable Ecological Solutions These immense footbridges, sometimes suspended from tens of meters high, were created from living tree roots simply moved to shape them. The trees that the villagers use are ficus elastica, rubber trees. Their roots grow in the open air and with heavy rains they become very malleable. This is how the people