September 23, 2020

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Massimo Bottura and his global movement to feed the hungry

The Italian is one of the finest chefs in the world. But his greatest achievement is Food for Soul, his project to feed...

How to Start A Corporate Giving Program by Laura Plato

Leaders at companies of all shapes and sizes understand that creating a culture of giving back is essential to their own bottom lines.

Belgian scientists turn polluted air into hydrogen fuel

The tiny device uses two 'rooms,' separated by a membrane, to purify air and generate power simultaneously.

The Technology Behind Europe’s Smart Cities

Pollution is a problem in many cities, but some are using innovative tech to improve.

LEGO reaches 100% renewable energy target three years ahead of schedule

Children's toy company builds wind turbine made entirely of LEGO bricks to celebrate.

Modern life is rubbish: we don't need all this packaging

Companies and individuals have a duty to recycle everything possible and to create and use more sustainable packaging.

This Memorial Day, Help Your Employees Remember What It’s All About

For too many of us, Memorial Day signifies nothing more than the unofficial beginning of summer.

When Rising Seas Transform Risk Into Certainty

In 1909, a group of Virginia developers placed an ad in The Norfolk Ledger-Dispatch announcing the creation of a subdivision that — because...

Plastic-eating worms could help wage war on waste

Wax moth larvae are usually bred as fish bait, but a chance discovery has revealed their taste for plastic – which could be...

This Drone Once Fought Wars. Now It's Fighting Climate Change

At 650 pounds, the plane was too large to be a toy, but too small to fit a pilot.That’s because the ArcticShark isn’t...




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