Thousands of protesters around the world took to the streets as part of a wave of coordinated action. The protesters want the world’s governments to stop sleepwalking through humanity’s last best chance at ecological salvation.
Hate crimes in large cities have increased since 2014, but schools offer a place where students can gain a better understanding of people in other lands and cultures and learn to empathize with them.
Loneliness is becoming a serious problem all over the world, and Sainsbury's is introducing 'Talking Tables' in its cafés. The tables will have signs saying 'Reserved for customers in the mood for having a chat'.
The duo were awarded for their efforts to curb sexual violence as a weapon of war and for seeking justice for victims.
Architects worked with the non-profit SEAM to create School-in-a-Box, a portable school that helps bring accessible education to remote areas.
New Zealand's government has vowed to get the country's entire homeless population off the streets before winter hits the country next month.
Each of the five pods simulates the air quality in a different city. The work is to mark Earth Day on April 22 — a global movement to raise awareness of the necessity of protecting the environment.
The goal of cultural evolution is to help us make ethical decisions about how to govern society.
Stockton, US is starting a trial program known as Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration (SEED) to test how basic income may impact city residents and the local economy.
New charity is installing vending machines with food and items like socks for the homeless in the United Kingdom.
Peak globalization could lead to an economy that puts people first while building a more economically and environmentally sustainable future.
Now an international team of researchers suggests one way to reduce racial bias in kids is by teaching them to identify individual faces of those of other races.