Takataka Plastics offers low-cost technologies to recycle waste into products while providing employment to displaced youths. Here’s how they do it.
In poverty-stricken Burkina Faso, electricity is still a dream for many. But locally-manufactured solar lamps provide a gleam of hope.
Half of Earth’s oxygen comes from oceans and yet, corals are perishing rapidly. The good news is that Coral Gardeners is fighting that hard.
The ordinary citizen might not be able to influence big political decisions? Think again! Here’s how citizens put together recommendations on tackling the climate emergency.
James Clear’s Atomic Habits has sold more than 1 million copies worldwide. Here is how you can use these seven principles to build long lasting, green habits.
What if clothing could grow with your child? Petit Pli is a new, patented, sustainable clothing collection that allows you to do just that.
Urban gardening can be done even if you don’t have access to a garden or a big open space. Read on to learn more about growing food in your own apartment
Today is the day or better the hour. Earth Hour. At 8.30 pm, individuals, cities and villages, as well as companies all over the world, turn off the light. This year, Earth Hour focuses on virtual events due to the ongoing pandemic. Nevertheless, each one of us can still help to put a spotlight on nature loss and the climate crisis.
Imagine, you’re snorkelling or swimming in the ocean, admiring a colourful reef with many different kinds of fish species that you don’t know where to look first. And then… Dum Da Dum Da Dum Da! A shark.
Africa’s Great Green Wall: The idea is to plant a wall of trees that sprawl from Senegal to Djibouti (across the entire width of Africa) to counter the spread of the Sahara desert.