People Are Celebrating the Progress They’ve Made Towards Changing the World
Around the world, individuals and groups are coming to together for a day of action to advance the UN's global goals for social good.
The WFP Wants to End Global Hunger in 15 Years
The World Food Programme believes that if people can’t feed themselves, there will never be peace. In the next 15 years, it hopes to achieve what it calls Zero Hunger—but it has some significant hurdles to jump.
Ibiza Has a Water Problem
The island is sustained by clubbing, but clubbing is destroying the island.
Is This the Beginning of the End of Coral?
The phenomenon that could destroy corals forever is now accelerating—and it will end coral, unless we act.
This Abortion Travel Agency Is Fake, But Abortion Tourism Is Very Real
The agency is a fictional creation as part of a Hungary-based campaign to raise awareness about reproductive rights. And yet, in many ways, it’s not fake, either.
Forget Lab Beef, Impossible Foods’ 100% Plant-Based Cheeseburger Is Our Future
Eat your heart out, Sergey Brin.
Reuse, Reduce, Reproductive Rights: How Abortion Can Help Save the Planet
On Friday, the UN released its list of sustainability goals for the next 15 years, and achieving gender equality and empowering women and girls was number five on the list. According to experts like Allison Doody, an international advocacy associate...
A Transformation in South African Cricket
In South Africa, where athletic participation often falls along racial lines, the movement to diversify traditionally white sports is known as transformation.
Scientists Want to Engineer Vaginal Microbes to Create 'Biological Condoms'
Some vaginal microbes can make women’s bodies more resistant to the HIV and other STIs.
Chile Launched the Largest Ocean Preserve in the Americas
The Desventuradas Marine Preserve puts a Do-Not-Disturb sign on 115,000 square miles of ocean.
Welcome to Girls Rock! Camp, Iowa City's Breeding Ground for Feminists of the Future
Girls Rock! Camp is founded on the Riot Grrrl philosophy that you do not have to be technically proficient. You just have to be brave.
We Need to Control Our Algorithms Before They Destroy the Environment
The 'Biosphere Code' calls for software engineers to craft eco-friendly algorithms.