The library is not a quiet place in Cambodia. As soon as the recess bell rings, students flood into the room, clamoring for a book, and then collapse into groups of two or three to read out loud on the floor. It was not always this way; just a few […]
“Ecobricks” are addressing pollution, poverty and lack of educational opportunities on the island of Ometepe, Nicaragua.
In tropical countries with widespread subsistence agriculture, failing to composte waste is like burning money. This recipe makes compost in 18 days!
Game Guards are central to Community-Based Natural Resource Management, an effective approach allowing local communities to benefit from conservation.
Ngerengere River Eco Camp is a radical experiment in volunteer-driven sustainable development innovation. It’s currently focused on how to transform the local economy from one based on illegal logging for low-value charcoal production and over-grazing by cattle, to high-value, sustainable options like beekeeping, planting fruit orchards, and chicken farming.