The solution is more simple than you might think. Oysters, nature’s vacuum cleaner.
Today in Global Good
Side by side with their fellow Egyptians.
A lone activist for gays living in Uganda.
“I have built many bridges in very remote areas for the ‘few and the needy’ that a larger organization may not consider”
In the DR Congo children have created an organization known as the Children’s Parliament, to defend and teach human rights.
We’ve lost touch with our world, says the Prince of Wales. As consumption grows across the globe and resources dwindle, its easy to look at the entire sum of problems and feel discouraged. We hear about new technologies; solar arrays, wind farms, and electric cars but often they seem slow on the uptake. We look around ...
Mozambique- Today, rats have assisted in reopening 2 million square meters (aprox. 6.5 million feet) of previously unsafe land in Mozambique, thanks to their ability to sniff out hidden land mines. It takes about nice months to train a rat to sniff the TNT used in a land mine. The rat indicates his discovery by scratching ...
Inge Missmahl witnessed chaos, violence and despair on her first visit to Afghanistan. Now, spends her time on a mission of healing. The most effective answer she’s found to the hardships people endure here is not medicinal, its psychological.
Deep in the Costa Rican jungle, a fisherman named Chito discovered a crocodile that had been shot in the eye by a cattle farmer and left for dead. Chito was able to drag the massive reptile into his boat and brought to his home, where he stayed by his side for months, nursing him back to health.