Prince Charles debuts a sustainable, high-end and locally made fashion line meant to last consumers a long time, and to support the training and hiring of fashion hopefuls.
A vacant office building in California has been converted into a school as the coronavirus pandemic forced many employees to work from home, proving that such reuse projects may give empty commercial real estate a new life.
The government of the United Arab Emirates has decided to make substantial changes to their laws, especially for a higher protection of women.
The American electorate voted massively in favor of relaxing laws around the use of drugs like recreational cannabis, medical marijuana and weed for both recreational and medicinal uses.
In India, where early marriages are still customary despite being outlawed for more than a decade, a girls’ football initiative helps tackle gender inequality and gives child brides the confidence to fight for their rights.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, citizens of rich countries changed their relationship to food. Consequently, they wasted less food and became more aware of the link between food waste and global warming.
According to a new report from Britain’s Royal Botanic Gardens, there are 7,00 edible plants that could thrive in a hotter environment, thus nourishing millions of people.
Over its 16-year existence, an American creative education nonprofit for kids of color in the San Francisco Bay Area, has taught design skills to more than 1,500 children.
School girls in Zimbabwe have rugby to thank for saving them from becoming child brides. The game gives them more options in their life - in a country where early marriage is still common despite being outlawed in 2016.
In a country where girls were once banned from attending school, an Afghan teenager came first out of 170,000 students for her university entrance exams - and dreams of creating an even brighter future for Afghanistan.