Kimiko Hirata launches a grassroots campaign that stops the Japanese coal industry dead in its tracks.
Kimiko Hirata launches a grassroots campaign that stops the Japanese coal industry dead in its tracks.It wasn't going to be a fair fight, her NGO was understaffed and underfunded. But Kimiko Hirata was not going to back down. She took on some of the wealthiest, most powerful institutions in the world and forced them to do the unimaginable.
Schools are not doing enough to help students prepare and face climate change. This youth-led campaign is making history with its plan to "change all that."
Canadian Indigenous leader wins the 2021 Right Livelihood Award for courageous, peaceful resistance in a life or death fight against the Coastal Gaslink pipeline.
This consultancy firm/social enterprise is unofficially one of the biggest employers of people diagnosed with autism in the world.
Recent research is uncovering the shocking impact of fast fashion on our oceans. Textiles made from seaweed fiber may help turn the tide.
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