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.
August 2, 2017, No comments

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, […]


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 ...


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 ...


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 [...]