Sustainable Development

A Chinese Farming Project offers a Sustainable Future

China is grappling with a daunting conundrum: how to feed nearly one-fifth of the world’s population with less than one-tenth of its farmland while adapting to changing ...

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LifeStraw to provide Clean Water to Kenyan Kids

According to a joint report by the World Health Organization and UNICEF, across the world, 844 million people lack basic drinking water service; 263 million (mostly women) spe...

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Hershey’s $500 Million Story of Sustainable Kisses

Scientists found that the UK chocolate industry produces about 2.1 million tonnes of greenhouse gases in a year. A study, published in the journal Food Research International,...

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Your Chance to Have a Conversation with the Plant World

Ever talked to plants? If not, now's your chance. A new exhibition called "Big Botany: Conversations with the Plant World" opened last week at the Spencer Museum of Art in the...

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Dutch Duo believe 'Stardust' to be an Alternative Raw Matter

Its pretty clear that Earth's resources won't last forever. We’re constantly fighting over land and water, jockeying for access to our home planet’s diamonds or oi...

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Schools fail to give Quality Education to our Children

If asked who would perform better in academics between urban and rural area children, the answer one would generally speak out would be urban. It is expected that with better ...

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The ‘Lost City’ in the depths of the Atlantic Ocean under Threat

Deep-sea mineral extraction is regarded as one of the most important global industries of the future, with billions of dollars of gold, copper and other key metals lying on th...

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Big Dreams, Small Beginnings – Taking Turmeric to the World

Having a common cold and cough? Have a spoon of turmeric with warm milk. Does food lack colour? Add Turmeric to it. Turmeric, "the golden spice of life", has been used widely ...

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Tackling the Problem of Acute Malnutrition

According to the Registrar General of India, in 2010, under-five mortality in India was 59 per 1,000 live births, one of the highest in the world. In 2012, British non-profit ...

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Cape Town Water Crisis: Day Zero Approaches

Back in 2014 Cape Town was described as one of the world’s top “green” cities, and the Democratic Alliance — the opposition party that has controlled C...

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Martha Farrell Awards for Excellence in Women’s Empowerment

The Martha Farrell Awards for Excellence in Women’s Empowerment wer...

April 26 2018

Learning to See: The Intriguing World of Insects

A documentary about insects is a type of a film which one wouldn't pick to watch on a bi...

April 26 2018

Tribeca Film Festival is for the Virtual Reality Enthusiasts

Virtual Reality (VR) is the latest form of storytelling in Hollywood. Among film festiva...

April 26 2018