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This Artist Went Free-Diving to Paint Underwater Murals on Artificial Coral Reefs

Why Global Citizens Should Care Coral reefs are declining all around the world, threatening thousands of marine species. The United Nations’ Global Goals call on countries to shield marine environments from pollution and other hazards. You can join us on taking action on this issue here. Sean Yoro grew up surfing on Oahu, Hawaii, and […]
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Partnering on Zinc Deficiency—for Healthier People and Stronger Economies

Every day, millions of children around the world do not get enough zinc in their diet. In fact, a 2012 study in China estimates that 35 percent of the population is at risk of zinc deficiency.  This presents a major health challenge, as zinc is crucial for healthy growth and brain development. Zinc also strengthens […]
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Good Food, Good Business: How African ‘Superfoods’ Can Boost Women Entrepreneurs and Their Communities

With 226 million people under the age of 25 (as of 2015), Africa has one of the largest youth populations in the world. This population is predicted to grow rapidly in the coming years, more than doubling by 2055. This growth presents a challenge for African countries in terms of meeting the increasing need for […]
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South African Universities Are Getting Almost R1 Billion To Help Settle Student Debt

Why Global Citizens Should Care Global Goal No.4 calls for everyone to have access to quality education, a vital goal in the effort to end extreme poverty by 2030. Education is key to gaining employment opportunities, empowerment, and economic stability. Join us by taking action here to campaign for universal access to education. South Africa’s minister of […]
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Whole Kids Foundation Invests $1.2M for 600 New Edible Gardens for Schools & Nonprofits Serving 450,000 Students

School Gardens Shown to Help Kids Make Healthier Food Choices, Learn Where Their Food Comes From & Become Veggie Curious Description: AUSTIN, Texas — Whole Kids Foundation, a nonprofit focused on children’s nutrition and wellness, announced today that 602 garden grants will be awarded to schools and school garden-support organizations to sustain edible education gardens. […]
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EU Bans Widely Used Pesticide Over Safety Concerns

One of the world’s most common pesticides will soon be banned by the European Union after safety officials reported human health and environmental concerns. Chlorothalonil, a fungicide that prevents mildew and mould on crops, is the most used pesticide in the UK, applied to millions of hectares of fields, and is the most popular fungicide […]
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Nespresso Invites Companies to Join Its Aluminum Recycling Scheme

Description: Nespresso today issued an invitation to other portioned coffee manufacturers to join its recycling program, paving the way for a global recycling scheme for aluminum coffee capsules. The move was endorsed by the Nespresso Sustainability Advisory Board (NSAB) during its annual meeting in Geneva. By inviting other portioned coffee manufacturers to join its scheme, […]
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Helping Food Banks Achieve Zero Hunger

Description: In 2015, numerous countries made the commitment to achieve Zero Hunger by 2030 through the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Currently, 821 million people globally suffer from hunger, and even more do not receive adequate nutrition to live a productive and healthy life. Although we currently produce enough food to feed every single person on the planet, one-third of the current food supply is either wasted or lost. The good news is that a tremendous amount […]
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New York Approves Milestone Ban on Plastic Bags

Why Global Citizens Should Care More than 8 millions tons of plastic enter the world’s oceans each year, causing immense harm to marine life. The United Nations urges countries to recognize the environmental toll of plastic waste and take action to restrict plastic production. You can join us in taking action on this issue here. […]
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Scientists Set to Climb Mount Everest to Research Climate Change

Why Global Citizens Should Care The science is clear. Global warming is happening, and humans are the leading cause. Continuous greenhouse gas emissions will increase the severity and occurrence of natural disasters and impact millions of lives. Global Citizen campaigns on the Global Goals, including Goal 13: Climate Action. Take action here. A team of climate scientists studying […]
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Is the Future of Artificial Intelligence Tied to the Future of Blockchain?

  Introduction   Since the beginning of modern times, each industrial revolution was driven by different automation. While factory machines and fossil fuels drove the previous industrial revolutions, the on-going automation revolution is based on data-driven artificial intelligence (AI). Understanding its impact and what will be required to support the AI-driven automation revolution is a […]
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This Chinese Wind Company Just Gave The Future Of Solar A Big Boost

For a while, transparent solar cells were touted as electricity generating building materials. Being transparent, they were pitched for use as roofing or window augmentations with distinctive colors catching the eye of architects looking for flourishes with both aesthetics and ethics in mind. Now the front runner in the realm of transparent solar, based on […]
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