Earlier this month, we were wowed by an Indiana town’s creative initiative that allowed people to pay off parking tickets with shelter cat donations. Now, another U.S. city appears to have taken their lead—but with a back-to-school twist. For a few weeks, drivers in Anchorage, Alaska can donate school supplies to compensate for outstanding fines. Until August 9, 2019, EasyPark (a branch of the Anchorage Community Development Authority responsible for the city’s parking services)
Every day, an ever-growing number of plant and animal species risk extinction.
With three million residents, the Ajegunle district in Lagos, Nigeria is one of the country’s most densely populated slums.
Traditionally, circus animals are sadly confined in cages for most of their lives, forced to perform unnatural tricks, and undergo violent training sessions where they’re often whipped and even electrically shocked into action. It’s no surprise then that people who are aware of these cruel practices now boycott circuses and other traveling animal shows. Some countries have even banned the use of wild animals in circuses altogether, including The Netherlands, Ireland, and Mexico.
Environmental issues are at the forefront of many people’s’ minds, but it’s the younger generation who is particularly concerned about...
Once again, sports fashion brand Lacoste is replacing its iconic crocodile emblem with 10 different endangered species for a limited...
The Elkhart school district in Indiana is going above and beyond to make sure its students have enough to eat. They have teamed up with Cultivate, a local non-profit, which does “food rescue” and saves fare that was prepared but never served during breakfast and lunch. Woodland Elementary is the site of its pilot program.
In a powerful new portrait series, photographer Charlie Clift aims to spark a conversation about mental health.
Istanbul-based artist Uğur Gallenkuş creates digital photo collages as a way to encourage social change in our often volatile world.
How do you encourage people to use less water? This was a quandary that Denver Water hired the creative agency Sukle to help solve. For over a decade, they came up with clever advertising campaigns that inspired the citizens of Mile High City to be mindful of the amount of water they use. At the start of their campaign, they had a ten-year goal of reducing water consumption by 22%.
On March 15, 2019, students from over 100 countries are skipping school and gathering in protest of climate change.
For the third year in a row, people across the world participated in the Women’s March to advocate and support equality...