Three years ago, the World Health Organisation (WHO) issued an alarming press release.
Here at Global Action Plan (GAP), an environmental charity, we know that society’s pre-occupation with buying stuff to feel good is unsustainable.
At the end of last year, The B Team released a new report: Refugees & Migrants – An Opportunity for Humanity.
Although Auckland has experienced tornadoes in the past, to date the storms to hit the harbour-side city have been relatively insubstantial, particularly in comparison to the class of colossal cycl
According to the World Giving Index (WGI), a study carried out by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF), Myanmar is the most generous nation on Earth.
When Gloria isn’t knitting, she’s doing yoga, zumba and tennis, to name just a few pastimes – often with family and friends. When she is knitting, the NYC grandma is earning money.
The Australian comedian Tim Minchin once wrote a tongue-in-cheek song about that unlikeliest of topics – reducing polyethylene bag use.
Regular readers of this blog will know that we’re big fans of ideas that showcase smart sustainability solutions that involve up-cycling or recycling.
What’s it like to be on the front line of the ‘war on drugs’? To be the one who enforces the punitive policies?
When I first arrived in Morocco over ten years ago, I was fascinated to find the remote communities of the High Atlas Mountains still living as they had done for hundreds of years - girls finishing
“There is simply no issue more important. Conservation is the preservation of human life on earth, and that, above all else, is worth fighting for.” – Rob Stewart
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