By Dave Armon, 3BL Media While attempting to become the youngest person to circumnavigate the globe 11 years ago, British sailing champion Ellen MacAr ...
In a decade-long collaboration with over half a million World Community Grid volunteers, The Scripps Research Institute has made significant advances in the fight against HIV. With the virus constantly [...]
Guest blog by Hazel Henderson, Ethical Markets The best way to ensure that your diamond is not bloodstained from conflicts is to buy an identical gem created by human science. [...]
Guatemala has the fourth-highest childhood malnutrition rate in the world, affecting more than half of its children. Fifty-three percent of the population here lives in poverty—13 percent in extreme poverty. [...]
Kenya will be the first country to benefit from a new scheme that will deliver affordable medication to treat a range of diseases, including cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, respiratory illnesses, and [...]
There are several different commotions knitted around the concept of volunteering abroad. Some consider it a tough ask and skip doing it, while some consider it nothing but yet another [...]
A recent report by World Hunger highlights how the 2008 economic crisis has caused hunger to increase in the United States. Particularly worrying is the fact that, in this period, [...]