RESET appeals to individuals, companies, and organisations that are committed to environmental protection and global justice, employing and focusing on TIMES principles (Telecommunications, IT, Media, E-Commerce, Service Provider) to deliver its message and promote action.
Written by Laura Wagener, 12-09-2017
Working with small farmers around the world, Conflictfood’s fairly-traded hand-picked regional products help strengthen economies and create opportunities for local communities.
How do you set about mending the destruction caused by years of conflict and rebuilding your home, neighbourhood or city, when political instability make it impossible to get hold of the necessary resources? Two Gazan women set about doing just that, and have come up with a durable and affordable building block made out of waste materials: Greencake.
Hovering low over the ground and shooting mangrove seeds into the water, drones may become a common sight in Myanmar by the end of the year. It's part of a reforestation project that aims to restore a natural ecosystem that is beneficial to wildlife, the environment and the local population.
Written by Annalisa Dorigo, 02-08-2017
In refugee settlements across the world, convenient transport facilities are one of many daily hurdles faced by the people who live there. But in one refugee community, in Orangi Town, Pakistan, a new award-winning project has set out to make mobility as easy, affordable and green as possible. Introducing Roshni Rides and their innovative system of solar-powered rickshaws.
Two volunteers working with refugees in Berlin set out to create a solution to the administrative and financial challenges that stop refugees accessing higher education. In 2015 they founded Kiron Open Higher Education.