Become a Food Waste Warrior: Zero Hunger

Become a Food Waste Warrior: Zero Hunger

Hunger, we have all been there. When you feel irritable and cranky, with little energy, you may even feel nauseous. Your stomach feels empty, and you can't concentrate on anything else. However, most of us are fortunate enough to eat after a short while and feel like...

Boys or Girls, Does it Matter at Work?

Boys or Girls, Does it Matter at Work?

Around the world, different people do different types of jobs. Some people work as farmers bringing food to our communities, and some work as teachers in our schools. Some other people work in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), creating vaccines...

The Happiest Country in the World

The Happiest Country in the World

 How Access to Health & Well-being Can Make the Difference  What does good health mean to you? Living a healthy life is more than just not suffering from illness. It means people have access to all the resources and services they need to keep a healthy and happy...

Breaking Gender Equality Barriers Through Art

Breaking Gender Equality Barriers Through Art

Breaking Gender Equality Barriers Through Art  Gender equality is when people of all genders have equal rights, responsibilities and opportunities. Equality is achieved when people are treated the same, regardless of what they look like, their gender, or sexual...

Global

Global

A decade of actions to change the world together. We have achieved to get here together, and we are excited to start our second decade of The World Environment Day Drawing Contest organized by Diproinduca. This year we begin a new journey, one of which we must prepare...

How Termite Mounds Inspired A Self-Cooling Building

How Termite Mounds Inspired A Self-Cooling Building

Learning from nature means searching for innovative solutions to complex problems. In Harare, Zimbabwe, where air conditioning is expensive to incorporate into a building, architect Mick Pearce looked for solutions for cooling from nature.

How Nature Inspired Japan’s Shinkansen

How Nature Inspired Japan’s Shinkansen

How Nature Inspired Japan’s ShinkansenJapan’s Shinkansen train is one of the fastest in the world. In 1989, the Shinkansen was able to travel up to 270 km per hour but unfortunately each time it entered a tunnel it was moving so fast that it was creating a sonic boom...

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