Can we save the world from the effects of climate change? Is it too late? Is there any cause for optimism? These were the central questions addressed by a panel of experts in a new talk series at the Sydney Opera House on Monday night.
The event — presented in partnership
Many of us want to be altruistic, to make a positive impact on the world. We consider ourselves to be global citizens, but don’t necessarily feel a calling to move to a conflict zone or a rural village in a developing country to work firsthand on these issues. So how
Ted Talk by Melissa Fleming
50 million people in the world today have been forcefully displaced from their home — a level not seen since WWII. Right now, more than 3 million Syrian refugees are seeking shelter in neighboring countries. In Lebanon, half of these refugees are children; only 20% are in
When looking for a place to live, it is not uncommon to try and find a property that has more bedrooms than you need to comfortably house your family. There is nothing nicer than having friends and family come to visit, and having a dedicated spare room is one way
Let’s be the generation to stand up for the 27 million men, women and children trapped in slavery around the world today. In brothels. In factories. In mines. On street corners. In homes. In the shadows, hidden. Yet out in broad daylight, in plain sight here in America. Stand with
By BC Phillips
One of the darker elements of human nature is our propensity to seek out reasons to avoid helping others. It’s easy to maintain our sense that we are good and just when an external factor is present that makes the misfortunes of others due to their own faults.
SwapAnHour creates a cashless community
With a growing number of members joining its online community in only a few months, SwapAnHour is the latest app driving a social impact in Australia.
Launched in mid-2018 by IT professional, the free app platform encourages members to use their time as currency; swapping their skills
By Sean Lee
During holidays, most of us are craving for a time to relax and enjoy with family and friends – be it a short travel abroad or a luxurious cruise across the Caribbean. Alongside with this need to indulge ourselves a bit, sometimes we also tend to become materialistic
By Michael Trainor
" I was lucky enough to snap the photo on a work trip to Blackwater in QLD. I left the Brisbane Airport with a top of 25 degrees and it was overcast and stormy. We then took off and after a quick nap I woke up to that
Go Green Cards is a fun game with weekly action steps geared towards incorporating sustainable living into participants’ lives.
The main goal of Go Green Cards is to simplify the transition to living more sustainable by breaking it down into manageable weekly action steps. By providing guidance and resources, participants have