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Global Challenges

Global Challenges

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One of three Norwegian fashion bloggers who take part in 5-part reality series that requires them to live in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and take part in Cambodian textile work's life for a month in 2014.

Je Suis Charlie photo by American blogger in Paris Leslie Tramuta (Lost in Cheeseland)

Bonhomme de neige USA France

Bonhomme de neige USA France - Enjoydude

#JeSuisCharlie: when 3 cities you love face terror

#JeSuisCharlie: When 3 Cities You Love Face Terror


Cover Story: “Solidarité” - The New Yorker

13 species we might have to say goodbye to in 2015 | GlobalPost

13 species we might have to say goodbye to in 2015

The Sahara Desert

Exhibition: Cropped for Pinterest | Stuck in Customs

Diseases may know no borders, but the human systems to prevent and treat them do. From the rising scourge of diabetes to the Ebola epidemic, responses around the world remain national and varied, with important implications for results. In recent decades, the globalisation of trade and economic growth has led to increased convergence between the longer established industrialised nations, including those in North America and western Europe, and the emerging ones such as Brazil, India and China.

On The Future Of The Environment - Jane Goodall and Sylvia Earle

Samrakshak Samuha Nepal (SASANE) - a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and empowering women who are survivors of human trafficking and gender-based violence in Nepal.

Saronno, Italy (by Anche*)

In this aerial photo taken on Sept. 27 and provided by NOAA, some 35,000 walrus gather onshore near Point Lay, Alaska. This is not normally how you would find them. The animals would normally be spread out on the sea ice, but, as you see in the picture, this year the ice has all melted...

One Picture, Of 35,000 Walrus, Shows One Effect Of Global Warming

Here’s How Much Every Country Would Have to Pay to Stop Climate Change | TakePart (photo of Shanghai)

Infographic: How Much Food Nearly 7 Billion People Waste

Infographic: How Much Food Nearly 7 Billion People Waste

For centuries, the Burmese have used thanakha (the pulverized bark of thanakha trees) to cool the skin and prevent sun damage. But will the influx of Western cosmetics into Myanmar wipe out this practice?

Reducing your carbon footprint via a hand-churned ice cream shop in downtown LA. "Eat This Ice Cream, Help Save the World" | Condé Nast Traveler

Eat This Ice Cream, Help Save the World

A dramatic picture taken by Michael Nolan has been dubbed the face of Mother Nature crying on a canvas of melting ice and cascading water on a Norwegian Glacier. Randy Schutt discovered this amazing photo which shows a crying face in an ice cap located on Nordaustlandet, in the Svalbard archipelago of Norway. The tears of this natural sculpture were created by a waterfall of glacial water cascading from one of the face’s eyes, thus painting an alarming picture warning the world about the effe...


Spotted at Liberty HQ! Womenswear Buyer Rhian is seen wearing Kenzo’s No Fish sweatshirt, made in collaboration with the Blue Marine Foundation to support the fight against overfishing. Shop the @Maurício Kenzo Yamasaki collection: #styleinspiration | Unique Gifts, Designer Brands & Liberty Print

via Global Citizen

Heart breaking! No more land mines!!!!!!

Elderly women leaving Mayan Families lunch program for trek home - from travel writer MICHELE PETERSON'S story of why she's now volunteering in Guatemala.

By eating globally, the modern world has created a "food cornucopia" that successfully feeds 6 billion people. So is this better than the now hip "locavore" movement? | The Week.