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Priya Karve pondered the five million tons of leaves that were annually produced and discarded in her local Maharashtra, India. Was there any way this waste could be useful? After much thought, work, and experimentation, the answer turned out yes! Priya managed to produce a cheap and natural fuel, saving farmers tons, and benefiting the environment as well, winning her the prestigious Ashden Aw... posted on Oct 05 2002, 769 reads


The results are in: The nature of humankind is good. That was Vineetha Joseph's winning answer in the second annual Kids Philosophy Slam held on April 20 in Lanesboro, Minnesota. Her title? The "Most Philosophical Student" in America. ... posted on Oct 04 2002, 957 reads


The Japanese have phrase called "wabi-sabi" -- a feeling of appreciation for things whose wear and aging reveal life’s impermanence. For example, if you have had a cup, table, or chair in your family for several generations, each chip or scratch is not an imperfection, but a memory, inviting you to reflect on all the others before you who held that cup or touched that table.... posted on Oct 03 2002, 2,064 reads


Meet a very special group of puppets. They dress and act like real children. Like real children, each one has definite likes and dislikes, hopes and fear, talents and limitations. And, like real children, some have differences like mental, physical or emotional disabilities, and some have lives touched by abuse, drugs or divorce. Together, the Kids on the Block form the core of a unique and exciti... posted on Oct 02 2002, 533 reads


A new report says farmers and workers who grow coffee beans from South America and Asia are slipping into dire poverty while U.S coffee giants grow rich off their labor. Two fair-trade campaigns hope to reverse the trend.... posted on Oct 01 2002, 2,189 reads


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An envoy of the exiled Tibetan leader, the Dalai Lama, has arrived in Tibet. It is thought to be the first time in 20 years that such a visit has taken place.
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Started by Ben Cohen, cofounder of Ben and Jerry's, sifts through all the stuff going on in Congress. When your voice counts to create a just and sustainable world, you get an email alert. Then just by clicking one button a fax is sent to your congressperson in your name. It takes about 2 minutes a month and it’s free. ... posted on Sep 28 2002, 898 reads


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