Yingzhe Duan, a student at Texas A&M’s College of Architecture, earned first place for her design of the imaginary Houston Museum of Waste. Students were challenged to use offal – a galvanized piece of thin sheet metal left over when stamping out car parts – in their designs.
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Texas A&M Students Create Building Envelope Designs from GM Manufacturing Scrap General Motors thinks of waste as a resource out of place. To help make the zero-waste mindset more mainstream, […]

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Interns Help Preserve Colorado’s Highest Mountain Peaks

July 27, 2017, No comments

A group of summer interns from Arrow Electronics’ Denver-area global headquarters recently volunteered with the Colorado Fourteeners Initiative (CFI ...

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Mobile Science Lab Serves Indiana Communities

July 26, 2017, No comments

Tornado in a box, solar energy and the power of the wind are just a few of the science demonstrations making their way around Indiana in the new mobil ...

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Sharing Social Impact Content on Instagram

July 17, 2017, No comments

With over 700 million users, Instagram has quickly become the go-to platform for younger audiences. And, as the social media channel grows and builds ...

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    Solar Power Bundle Launches in Nairobi
    July 7, 2017, No comments

    Nairobi​ in​​ Kenya​ was the setting where​ d.light, a global solar kit maker, launched its off-grid solar syste​m​ X850. The launch took place at the company’s headquarters in ​the African [...]

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    Reducing Risk by Encouraging Resilience
    May 16, 2017, No comments

    by Zoe So, Whole Planet Foundation’s Program Manager for the Africa/Middle East region Microfinance provides opportunities for borrowers to start and reinvest in businesses; generate income; and carve their own [...]