July 16, 2019

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O.Y.E./Honduras

18 rabbits digital media produced this short documentary about The Organization for Youth Empowerment in El Progreso, Honduras

Emmanuel Boyz Center/Kenya

18 rabbits digital media produced this documentary about The Emmanuel Boyz Center in Nairobi, Kenya. This project rehabilitates street boys who are addicted...

Metal Wood CommonGood

Metal | Wood | Common Good (MWCG) is a project of the Gasoline Alley Foundation in Springfield, MA. MWCG's lead artist is Trent...

Green Talk Radio: The Not So Big House

SarahSusanka of Susanka Studios, has been working with people to get them to re-think what they reall want and how to spend their...

New Orleans: Inspiring Change, One Community at a Time

New housing programs target specific populations or neighborhoods that have been dislocated by the sequence of events initiated by Hurricane Katrina

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...




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