August 03, 2020

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All Together Now (or, Can Collective Intelligence Save the Planet?)

Even before launching the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence, Thomas Malone was trying to imagine how work could one day be done differently

Earth Day Festival at Grand Central, New York!

Sponsored in part by Green Depot and Green Apple Festival, among other Hugger favorites, it'll be a great event to learn more about...

Street Films

This is What Green is All About: Smart Solutions and Effective Advocacy.

Greening the Ghetto

An exclusive interview with environmental justice pioneer Majora Carter, founder of Sustainable South Bronx.

The Otesha Project

The Otesha Project is a Canadian organization that uses theater to mobilize youth, locally and globally, to consider how their everyday consumer choices...

Academy for Global Citizenship

Their mission is ambitious yet simple: to empower and nurture children with a broader understanding of the world around them and the positive...

Added Value Community Farm Red Hook, Brooklyn

In this video Ian Marvy discusses how Added Value creates and maintains farms. They provide a safe place to people to go socialize...

EcoMentors-Earth Day Canada

This April 22nd people around the world will be participating in Earth Day. Canada has tapped into the power of the next generation...

Real People + Real Communities = Commonality

By Spike Jones If you haven’t picked up the latest issue of Fast Company and read Ellen McGirt’s cover story, then you’re missing...

Changing Global Perceptions

By Richard Lakin A few years ago, I worked on my first CSR media project in the Dogheretti slums near Nairobi, Kenya. I'm...




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