Older Americans are making a difference in 'encore careers.'
Emilia Kamvisi and Stratis Valiamos symbolically show the best responses Greeks have made toward a huge influx of refugees.
The Syrian National Orchestra for Arabic Music, which includes musicians from different perspectives of Syria's war, will perform June 25, showing 'another side to the Syrian story.'
From the Nappy Science Gang to the Flint Water Study ordinary citizens are partnering with experts to do scientific research to solve problems.
Decades later, thousands of children and parents in Kansas City have benefited from Operation Breakthrough.
Arthur Obermayer's German Jewish History Awards continue to bring forgotten lives to light, personalizing the past to heal communities today.
Islamic State and others have tried to wipe out cultures by destroying monuments and other works of art. But new tools are giving scholars ways to halt the loss of cultural artifacts.
The 'Billion Tree Tsunami' plans to plant 1 billion trees in degraded forest areas and on private land in Pakistan to provide an ecological and economic boost.
In parts of Africa up to half of some crops are lost due to inefficient harvesting, storage, processing, and time to market. A new initiative aims to cut food waste and loss in half by 2030.
As a child in Bangladesh he was punished for speaking his local Marma language. Now the Harvard grad student is publishing books in Marma, one story at a time.
The Heifer International approach has been used to improve living standards in scores of countries for decades. At the farm visitors get a hands-on idea of how it's done.
Nonprofit groups are using satellite images to uncover environmental problems. SkyTruth has exposed the extent of the BP oil spill, revealed mining damage, and tracked illegal fishing worldwide.
A policeman once held hostage by FARC rebels and an ex-FARC rebel soldier team up in a TV dance competition. 'If we can do it, so can others.'
Those trying to cross the border from Mexico to the US risk being abused or trafficked. Alma Tucker has created a safe home for girls caught in this trade.
Cyclists on the bicycle superhighway won't have to worry about being struck by motor vehicles.
The innovative project is being developing as part of a global 'Reinvent the Toilet Challenge.' Some 2.4 billion people live without adequate sanitary facilities.
The Veerni Institute is a boarding school in India that provides health care, daily meals, uniforms, books, and computer training.
JayNii Streetwise Foundation is an orphanage, primary school, and arts center that thrives in a struggling neighborhood of Accra, Ghana’s capital city.
People living in Zanzibar's Jozani forest are being trained to raise butterflies as a way to prevent deforestation by giving people a financial stake in keeping the forest intact.
The Waldorf Astoria, The Peninsula New York, and The Pierre are among 16 posh hotels pledging to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 30 percent by 2025.