Female scouts helping Kenya's endangered Grevy’s zebra
In northern Kenya, the Grevy’s Zebra Trust came up with a program to help local female Masai trackers better understand the routes Grevy’s zebras use. The knowledge makes living together easier.
Bringing universal toilet access to Nigeria
Nearly 90 million people in Nigeria live in extreme poverty. Many have no running water, electricity or adequate sanitation. The government now wants to ensure that everyone at least has access to a working toilet.
Doing Your Bit: Breaking down plastic with bacteria
Two young Hungarians have produced a unique bacteria cocktail that can break down disposable plastic. The plastic is a carbon rich food source for bacteria, which in turn creates a valuable end product for humans.
Making fancy clothes from plastic
Two young fashion designers in Ghana are focusing solely on upcycling and sustainable fashion. To get attention they organize virtual fashion shows and go to schools to raise awareness for the environment.
Company goes from bug killer to bug rescuer
Pesticide manufacturer Hans-Dietrich Reckhaus is altering his products so they are not so harmful. While he hasn't completely upended production, his first changes save fruit flies from certain death.
Breathing new life into electronic waste
A startup in Abidjan is showing young creative people how to turn electronic waste into something innovative to give it a new life. In many cases the objects can be simply repaired and reused.
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