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Gaurang Damani was so tired of the dirt and stench in a Mumbai train station that he regularly wrote letters to the Central Railway...

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The Ethiopian desert, full of drought and famine just a generation ago, is turning green with crops. Thousands of villagers are taking up ancient tools...

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Patients in Indonesia can trade recyclable trash for doctor visits in a clever plan to get affordable medical care to people in rural villages. Three...

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China will ban water-polluting paper mills, oil refineries, pesticide producers and other industrial plants by the end of 2016, as it moves to tackle...

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The third largest city in India piles up huge amounts of garbage every day, while recycling very little. Thousands of Bangalore's poorest citizens pick...

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She fought for girls’ rights, survived an assassination attempt, and won the Nobel Peace Prize all by the time she was 17 years old....

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The Indian government announced in March that millions of its country’s stressed and out-of-shape officials would be participating in free daily yoga lessons in...
manuscript piece from Timbuktu

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"When Islamic State militants advanced toward a monastery perched on a mountain in northern Iraq, the monks rushed to protect a cherished library of...

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In a milestone Saturday for sustainable aviation, China became the latest nation to transport passengers on a commercial airline flight powered by used cooking...

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A $150,000 prize has been awarded to the “Water Gandhi of India” for his wildly successful work that turns abandoned, impoverished “dust bowls” into...

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