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7 Ways to Keep Working Toward Zero Waste:
It may feel like the whole world is regressing toward single-use plastics, but the waste-free movement is far from dead.
New Book Shows How Simple Acts Of Kindness Can Change The World:
A new book, HumanKind: Changing the World One Small Act at a Time, motivates readers to take action with heartwarming stories of regular people who made a big impact.
This is the most fun way to make your life awesome (pandemic edition):
Have you ever wanted to make your life more fulfilling, more awesome and more successful? This is how you can do it, even in a pandemic.
Perspective | Teenage climate activist Jerome Foster is in a race against time — and adults:
The 17-year-old has been protesting outside the White House for more than a year, and wondering why other generations aren’t doing more to stop climate change.
Why choosing solar panels or a hybrid car has more impact than you think:
As it turns out, personal energy choices can be contagious.
Sometimes trying to make a difference feels like such an uphill battle. You take your reusable totes to the store, try not to waste food, drive a hybrid car – and to what end? Does it really matter when the biggest industries and leading policymakers act as if the climate crisis doesn’t exist?
The short answer: Yes, individual actions matter!
5 ways to participate in effective activism, according to two experts:
It can feel bleak out there. Here’s how to actually make a difference.
The Power Of Purpose: How James Anderson And The Yerba Mate Company Are Giving New Opportunities To The Formerly Incarcerated:
An interview with James Anderson, Hacedor at the Yerba Mate Co, which is dedicated to hiring 10,000 system-affected and formerly incarcerated individuals worldwide.
No plastic 2020: The reason I am giving up all plastic bottles
I don’t buy many plastic bottles, but the ones that I do will take some creative workarounds to avoid.
7 high-impact lifestyle changes to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
If 10 percent of Americans adopted these 7 changes, we could cut domestic emissions by 8 percent in 6 years.
Harvard Scientists Now Say Mr. Rogers Was Right: People Are Fundamentally Kind and Decent:
Harvard Scientists Now Say Mr. Rogers Was Right: People Are Fundamentally Kind and Decent
Homeless dad approaches police officers at bus depot and gets more than he asked for
A homeless man approached several Miami-Dade police officers who routinely patrol a travel hub near the city’s airport. With nowhere to go, the man and his family — including a baby — had all of their belongings in garbage bags and were preparing to sleep at the bus depot.