His London restaurants employ composting, a wormery, and a dehydrator to reduce waste. His next goal: a restaurant that actually takes in carbon and releases oxygen.
Photographer Paul Joynson-Hicks has a second vocation: He founds nonprofit organizations in Uganda and Tanzania that serve the needy.
Fredy Díaz Arista tells his students it’s not just about yoga – that they'll succeed if they embrace their ideals and act with heart.
Author and journalist Karin Alfredsson founded 'Cause of Death: Woman' to investigate the worldwide epidemic of violent acts against women
Janice Lathen brought more than computers to a remote part of Tanzania. She brought a window on the world.
A person's quest to bring simple sanitation to Kenyan slum where toilets are lacking, a disposable bag that transforms human waste into fertilizer may be an answer.
Youth sports program in Mexico fights obesity through fun and games.
Brought together by 9/11, three friends – a rabbi, a pastor, and an imam – work together to find and appreciate the spiritual resources present in all of their faith traditions.
Tennis helped Ned Eames thrive during his childhood – now he uses it to help Boston kids improve their reading skills and stay in school.
Farmers' markets provide fresh food – and generate local revenue and jobs – says the Union of Concerned Scientists.
SeQuential travels to local businesses in Oregon and Washington to buy waste cooking oil that it converts into biodiesel for cars and trucks – and sells at its stations.
In Dharmasala, lawyer Vinayak Sharma uses his language and legal skills to help Tibetans facing India's complex legal system.
Rocketship schools employ computers and coaches to help teach low-income kids, and see student performance rise dramatically.
'We have to turn off ... the idea that I am right, and you are evil,' the Oregon politician says.
Her nonprofit Edesia produces Plumpy'nut, a nutritious paste rich in calories and vitamins.