In rural Sub-Saharan Africa, communities co-exist with elephants and hippos that can devour a field of crops in a night, and lions and hyenas that feast on untended cows and goats. Finding ways to reduce and manage these conflicts, while turning the surrounding wilderness into a valuable economic asset, may be the only way to ensure the continued existence of the ecosystem from which our species evolved. Read how ChangeStream Media is exploring this topic, starting in Namibia.
The Mexican island of Cozumel in the Caribbean Sea is world famous for its coral reefs and white sand beaches. But it is also home to a vibrant local community, important historical sites and diverse ecosystems. We asked residents to share what makes Cozumel special to them.
Feats of endurance, skill and human creativity routinely capture the attention of the world. Think of Diana Nyad’s efforts to swim from Cuba to Florida, or Steve Fossett’s round-the-world balloon flights. This has led many activists to promote their causes using an “epic event” to draw media attention. But for […]
Marriage equality advocates have a lot to be thankful for this year, starting with the Supreme Court’s historic rulings overturning the Defense of Marriage Act and California’s Proposition 8 in 2012, and continuing with victories in state houses and ballot measures across the country. Ten out of the 16 states […]
ChangeStream Media Speaks at Seattle’s “Sustainability Salon” Nov. 14! Are you passionate about sustainability? Addicted to TED talks? Bloom! Seattle convenes a speaking series to bring together local experts and innovators to share stories from the cutting edge of sustainable design. Mark your calendar for Nov. 14 for an evening […]