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May 8, 2019Stories
As the sun beats down on a traditional loom in Burkina Faso’s morning heat, a curious shiny material starts to emerge. Not your usual cotton texture, the weft criss-crosses over-and-under, and the woven product is smooth and sparkling.

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May 6, 2019Story
May 2, 2019Stories
“Being an entrepreneur is a challenge but also a great privilege,” says Egyptian musician and artist Shady Rabab. The Young Champion of the Earth for Africa is preparing to give a workshop in Morocco, at the General Assembly of Citizen Entrepreneurs and Organizations.

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April 24, 2019Stories
When was the last time you looked in your fridge and had to throw something away? For many of us, this is more common than we’d like to admit. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that, every year, a third of food produced does not even reach the table.

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April 17, 2019Stories
As Easter approaches, all over the world orders ramp up for chocolate bunnies and Easter eggs. But, have you ever thought about where chocolate comes from and its environmental impact?

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April 12, 2019Stories
Afghanistan is home to a vast number of rugged, snow-capped mountain ranges. But instability and conflict still disrupt daily life, and the Taliban maintain their grip on at least 60 per cent of the country.  

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April 5, 2019Stories
Jessea Lu is China’s freediving Champion. Freediving is a sport that requires little in equipment compared with scuba diving. All you need is a mask, a snorkel, fins and powerful lungs that allow you to hold your breath for as long as possible.

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