Willow for Igniting Change bracelet made from land mines and bullets
12/31/2014
"Willow for Igniting Change," read the package that contained my Christmas gift from my friend in Australia. Inside was an infinity knot made from metal and fashioned into a bracelet with elastic... read more
sepia-toned Wonder Woman with logo
12/24/2014
by Christopher Zumski Finke, YES! Magazine All these things are true about Wonder Woman: She is a national treasure that the Smithsonian Institution named among its 101 Objects that... read more
Giving Tuesday logo on red background
11/30/2014
Black Friday Super Sale (and small business) Saturday Cyber Monday They are all just prelude to the important one, December 2, Giving Tuesday. Tuesday, take a step back from the... read more
white toothbrush on vivid red background
11/18/2014
Actor/activist/Friend of evoxTelevision and star of our show On Begley Street, Ed Begley, Jr has a new Public Service Announcement about fluoride and its addition to our drinking water It’s a... read more
11/10/2014
Volunteers drive 16 hours to reach an orphanage in Zaduo, Tibet, where the children are living without electric lighting. 
11/10/2014
Eleven energy commerce college students from Texas Tech University travel deep into Costa Rica to bring solar power to a remote village. 
11/10/2014
The Light the Village project, a joint effort of Light Up the World, the IMDI and a group of retired civil engineers from the University of Toronto, trained nine Guatemalans as solar technicians. Now... read more
11/10/2014
Solar powered LED lighting changes the lives of villagers and increases the ability to serve the sick at medical outposts.
11/10/2014
Dr. Dave Irvine-Halliday, a Scots-Canadian engineer, brings low-watt solar lighting to a village in Nepal. By reducing their need for kerosene, the villagers reduce a health and safety hazard. 

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09/24/2013
To transform economically and socially depressed areas into healthy, vibrant communities, we have to focus on their strengths and trust residents to solve their own problems. This article... read more
Colorado
09/17/2013
Dusk. The landscape darts toward the horizon for miles. Mountains stand tall in the distance and separate the barren sandstone from the majestic heavens. Five men on horseback ride with a purpose.... read more
Ed Begley Welcome
09/14/2013
Actor and environmentalist Ed Begley Jr. and his wife, Rachelle Carson-Begley wanted to remodel their new home under LEED Platinum Certified standards, but the builder had some bad news for them... read more
Swimming Pool and Ladder
09/10/2013
Summer was approaching and the possibilities were endless. Well... not really, because I was 12 and didn’t have a driver’s license or a friend living within walking or biking distance of my house... read more
09/07/2013
Bored in school, failing classes, at odds with peers: This child might be an entrepreneur, says Cameron Herold. In his talk, he makes the case for parenting and education that helps would-be... read more
College Community
09/03/2013
Since moving home after graduating college from the University of the Redlands, I have been hit with the realization that the community I have been surrounded by for the last four years is no... read more
08/22/2013
At 24 years old, yoga instructor Rachel Brathen has caused quite the stir. If you are on Instagram these days, I’m sure you have come across @yoga_girl at some point. With over 300,000 followers and... read more
Boats with mountains in background
08/20/2013
Part One: Journey to the Arctic Circle The night before our voyage, my fellow travelers and I offered a warm beer from our trunk to an old man camping nearby. He advised against our morning... read more
Group of people with sunset in background
08/13/2013
One of my favorite quotes when it comes to service and making a difference has always been “Think globally, but act locally.” Honestly that quote is much easier said than done. It is much easier... read more

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