September 23, 2016, No comments

By Yaniv Vardi It isn’t hard to understand the thinking behind early architecture. Dangerous neighbors called for high, sturdy walls. Nomadic lifestyles called for tents. Colder climates called for fireplaces, […]


Solar-Powered Irrigation to Tackle Drought in Southern Africa

September 12, 2016, No comments

According to the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, nearly 32 million people across drought-hit southern Africa are food insecu ...


6 Tips for Building and Running a Successful Software Donation Program

September 7, 2016, No comments

Many cloud technology companies recognize that their products or services offer nonprofits and social enterprises the opportunity to run more efficien ...


New Anti-Waste Lining Prevents Soapy Liquids from Sticking to Plastic Packaging

September 5, 2016, No comments

Have you ever gotten frustrated over how much toothpaste is thrown away with the crumpled tube? Or how much shampoo is trapped inside a bottle that is ...

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    Turning Trash into Footwear
    August 30, 2016, No comments

    Nike’s goal is to have zero waste from its footwear manufacturing end up in either landfill or incinerated without energy recovery by 2020. In 2015, 54 million pounds of factory [...]

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    EcoPlanet Bamboo Restores Degraded Ecosystem
    August 15, 2016, No comments

    Africa is a global leader in deforestation. According to the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)​, the ​African continent loses over four million hectares (9.9 million acres) of natural forest ​every [...]