Format: et-post-format-video

Experience A Gaza Refugee Camp in 3D

The Jabaliya refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip is home to more than 110,000 refugees, according to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA). Among them are children, so many that the camp’s 20 schools work double shifts to accommodate them all. Some children are third-generation refugees, whose grandparents settled in the region […]

Read More

Obama on Refugees: Why do we Keep Making Excuses?

As reported by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, the world is facing the largest displacement crisis on record. Sixty-five million people have been forced to flee their homes by violence, persecution, and instability. Many countries have given them sanctuary and assistance, so that families have shelter, medical care, and basic services, and children can […]

Read More

Bricks with Benefits

A new way to introduce you to sustainablity. Meet Mwayanjaya Bolokonya From Malawi: an environmentally friendly, brick-making entrepreneur whose products only use one-tenth of the energy that normal bricks require. Building a village takes one brick at a time, and EcoBuild is setting out to build a better brick for Malawi homes. Bolokonya says the way they do […]

Read More

Why Your Choice to Have Kids Responsibly is Awesome

Business as usual is a foolish strategy in a world that will triple in population during our lifetime. Several billion more people are placing an unprecedented demand on every resource and system on the planet. As an entrepreneur, overpopulation can be seen as a crisis or an opportunity. One thing’s for sure – the current pace of […]

Read More

Woody Harrelson Has a Message for the World

Woody Harrelson is no stranger to controversy, and he doesn’t shy away from it either. An outspoken environmental activist, Harrelson has attended environmental events around the world and is known to join protests that demonstrate alternative viewpoints. He once traveled to the west coast in the U.S. on a bike and a domino caravan with a hemp oil-fueled biodiesel bus. Harrelson […]

Read More

Man Without Legs: Why I Decided to Make A Difference

Spencer West lost both his legs from the pelvis down at the age of five. This hasn’t stopped him climbing and summiting Mount Kilimanjaro using his hands and wheelchair. He’s also a top-ranked keynoter and author of the best-selling book “Standing Tall: My Journey”. He shares with us why he decided to become a victor […]

Read More