Guest blog by Alexandra Cousteau As we enjoy the last of summer, I find myself reflecting on the last few months with bittersweet memories. While swim ...
Youth civic engagement activities and programs are critical for empowering young people to develop their skills and talents; participate in political, ...
Children are vulnerable individuals who experience the negative eﬀects of a crisis and the conﬂicts happening around them. It’s estimated that children make up 2.2 billion of the world’s seven [...]
While many of us won’t be able to attend the 25th World Water Week in Stockholm later this month, that doesn’t mean we can’t talk about global water issues. The [...]
Coca-Cola wants us to imagine a world without labels to inspire tolerance, and has introduced a new version of its iconic red and white can in Middle Eastern countries for [...]
Seven days, seven marathons. The Run Across Congo has created huge awareness for gender equality in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Women runners from around the U.S. gathered together [...]
Guest blog by Toni Voelker There was excitement in the room when the student organization Net Impact held a SolutionLab at the UC Davis campus, at the end of May. About [...]
Recently we ran a story about a very high-tech response to the water scarcity issue that plagues so many people around the world, especially in developing countries. It seems to [...]
A few weeks ago, I caught up with the Founder of Bravehearts Expeditions, Dziedzorm JayJay Segbefia to share his wins and losses during his entrepreneurial journey with aspiring social entrepreneurs. [...]