For the past two decades, an American entrepreneur has made it his mission to recycle just about everything you can think of - even items municipal facilities cannot handle. And today, his circular economy philosophy is paying off big.
Following an arduous court battle, nine young Ecuadorian girls who pleaded for the elimination of natural gas flaring in the Amazon have won their case as they are entitled to a healthy environment.
A teenage Zimbabwe activist, newly appointed as a UNICEF’s Youth Climate Advocate, made it one of his missions to reach out to his fellow young citizens to actively take part in the country’s fight against climate change.
It took two days and a lot of efforts, but a group of volunteers created a human chain and were able to successfully refloat a pod of long-finned pilot whales that were stranded at the top of New Zealand’s South Island.
Hayley Arceneaux, 29, a bone cancer survivor from Memphis, Tennessee, will be the youngest American to go to space, giving hope to countless cancer patients.
A young labour activist based in Kalahandi, India, has developed a service of buses for people from remote villages who have been cut off from the outside world since the corona pandemic, and who wish to resume their work in big cities.
The American entrepreneur and philanthropist Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, has made a $5 million donation to an online learning organization through his foundation dedicated to supporting research in renewable energy, space exploration and science.
Over Christmas, an oncologist from Arkansas, United States announced in writing to 200 patients that he erased their outstanding medical bills out of sympathy for the many families that were financially challenged because of the corona pandemic.
When she became the traditional leader in her district of Dedza in Malawi, Theresa Kachindamoto worked tirelessly to ban child weddings, going as far as annulling 300 unions that were performed before her rise to power, and sending kids back to school.
When over a dozen colleges and universities in the U.S. were anonymously interviewed about their missions, little did they know billionaire Mackenzie Scott was secretly planning to donate tens of millions of dollars - to each of them!