Somewhere to Call Home
Our intent: create safe, permanent, affordable housing for those experiencing homelessness, by creating tiny home communities. We believe everyone deserves the dignity of having a home.ljf lasjfljfijwioruweioruiow roiwuriouqwioruqwioruio weroiwuroiwuriowuroiuwroiu wroiuwriouwroiurio uwroiuwoiruwqioruwoiruoiwqruioqwuroiuwoiruoi
MPOWERD Solar Lights
Clean, affordable light, making the world a brighter place for the three billion people who still live without reliable access to electricity.
Norway Eco Prison
Welcome to Bastoy Prison, the world’s first self-sufficient eco prison! Located on an island in Norway, inmates live in unlocked houses.
Dennis McClung’s rundown empty swimming pool became a self-sustaining food garden for his family. He now travels worldwide teaching others his planting
Water 1st Int’l
Implements effective, long-lasting water and sanitation projects to bring clean water and toilets to the world’s poorest people. Water projects that would last!
Bringing it Home
A family with an autistic child and high environmental sensitivities explores Hempcrete to clean up toxins in their home and its worldwide uses.
A Danish term for “a quality of coziness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or wellbeing.” (Pronounced “hoo-guh)
One Ocean Connects Us
The Surfrider Foundation is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s ocean, waves, and beaches for all people, through a powerful activist network.
Global Peaceful Countries
The Global Peace Index (GPI) captures the absence of violence or the fear of violence across three domains: Safety and Security, Ongoing Conflict, and Militarisation.
Green Belt Movement
Over 51 million trees planted in Kenya fosters democratic space and sustainable livelihoods. Founder Wangari Maathai, the first African woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize!