Australia's School of the air is an innovative program that delivers world class education to school children living in isolated communities and stations accross outback australia. This is an example of how technology can change the lives of families
The BirdProject is creating black, bird shaped glycerin soaps with a white ceramic keepsake at the center to help fund clean up Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Disaster. 50% of profits are donated to Gulf Restoration Network & International Bird Resc
A sustainable tree farming model would create new export earnings for timber products and carbon sequestration associated with Cap and trade CO2 programs. In addition, adjacent farmland is improved through reduced erosion and shelter for stock.
Pneumonia is the leading killer of children globally - more than measles, malaria and AIDS combined. Nearly 3 million Venezuelan children get pneumonia each year, and those living in rural settings like Caldas lack access to affordable treatment.
Women are the center of the underground societal structures in Latin America. Many raise their children alone. They feed, educate and inspire the future generations while being prevented to access education, health care, employment and credit.
In India Chilli Breeze are harnessing the power of the sun to create solar cookers. As the price of fossil fuels continues to grow and the effects of scavenging for wood impact on people - it's time to look for alternative fuels.