Category Archive for: Their smallest acts

Nature is speaking – Julia Roberts is Mother Nature

Mother nature has spoken. She doesn’t need people. People need her. For food, water and air. We even look to nature for joy and inspiration. So will we continue to destroy our life source or will we listen?

Julia Roberts, Harrison Ford, Kevin Spacey, Edward Norton, Penélope Cruz, Robert Redford and Ian Somerhalder all join forces to give nature a voice. Watch the films and take action at nature is speaking

Eco designer Michelle Brand

Michelle Brand is an eco designer maker based in Manchester, England. Her work is in direct response to environmental problems, and her inspiration evolves from the unseen beauty of everyday objects. ‘Once a plastic drinks bottle is empty it is perceived as redundant and is thrown away. I wanted to challenge this wasteful paradigm’ Michelle…

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Yes You Can!

According to Wassili Zafiris we don’t have to feel helpless regarding the world wide crisis we are facing today. In a short film he explains in a simple and motivating way what we can do about it. He talks about how inspiration does become natural and how we can connect deep human drives to deep…

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A very funny movie against racism

It’s a short movie, but maybe one of the most powerful against racism. And if you think that racism no longer exists in Europe, here are some crazy facts… In the UK black people on average use less drugs than white people, but are 6 times more likely to be stopped and searched for drugs.…

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Homeless shelter transformed

Prankster Greg Benson of Mediocre Films has joined with Break’s ‘Prank it Fwd’ campaign to take part in positive pranks for a change. For his uplifting prank, he turned the Ascenciaca homeless shelter in Glendale, California into a 5-star restaurant. Fifty homeless people were blown away when they entered what they thought was their boring…

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99 Year old woman makes new a dress every day for a child in need

Lillian Weber makes a dress from scratch every single day so that a child in need will have something beautiful to wear. Throughout the last few years, Weber has made more than 840 dresses for Little Dresses for Africa [http://www.littledressesforafrica.org/blog/] , a nonprofit that distributes dresses to impoverished young girls in Africa and beyond. Weber…

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Big brother watches good

Security cameras watching people do good.. Original post: everyday heroes

Happy Eggs – eggs laid by happy hens.

‘ Happy Eggs ’ is a packaging concept for eggs. It focuses on using sustainable materials and production methods. It is targeted at environmentally conscious customers, which also value the quality of the product. Label is designed to look aesthetically pleasing as well as to minimise and simplify the use of material. The structure is…

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Roly-poly donation box

Roly-poly donation box helps children in need stand up. People underestimate the power that a little bit of help can give. We all know that millions of children in the world are suffering from starvation and disease. But many of us still don’t know that a little help could save their lives and make them…

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Homeless gets a pleasant surprise

Three German students wanted to help the homeless but also to raise awareness about the problem of indifference towards them that affects those who are on the margins of society. After having borrowed the bucket, they surprise him with a little musical performance that appealed to passers-by collecting numerous tips Source: wtvideo

Saving oil

The Challenge: S-Oil wanted to show it had a mission: to save oil. They knew South Korea’s capital had some of the highest gasoline consumption in the world. What’s more, car use was increasing, petrol costs rising, and parking spaces scarce. Every day, a Seoul driver wanders for 500m to find a space. Over a…

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Algeria to donate their World Cup prize money

While African nations Ghana and Cameroon were involved in high-profile money disputes over their World Cup participation, Algeria have announced that they’re planning on putting their World Cup cash to good use. Algeria won over a lot of new fans with a spirited World Cup that saw them advance into the round of 16 for…

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Vancouver’s humane response to london’s “Anti-Homeless Spikes”

A Vancouver charity, RainCity Housing, is converting city benches into pop-up shelters for homeless people. And by giving homeless people in this rainy city some dry coverage and a place to rest, RainCity is putting London’s anti-homeless spikes to shame. The company specializes in accommodation and support services for the homeless in Vancouver. They use…

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Waiter for the homeless

How to make somebody happy? Just dress a a waiter and bring some food and a drink to the homeless.

The world as 100 people – info graph

He has a very original way of presenting information. Useing a graph where the world is a 100 people.

Lessons learned from a Navy Seal Commander

Navy SEAL Commander Tells Students To Make Their Beds Every Morning In Incredible Commencement Speech U.S. Navy admiral and University of Texas, Austin, alumnus William H. McRaven returned to his alma mater last week to give seniors 10 lessons from basic SEAL training when he spoke at the school’s commencement. McRaven, the commander of the…

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Pawel Kuczynski – drawing on world issues

Pawel Kuczynski is known for his provoking art that gives us a different view of live. He continues to enlighten us with his paintings, shedding light on the more confusing and contradictory elements of the world we inhabit. Often his work revolves around the issues of poverty, war, political honesty and wage disparity. Each illustration…

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The green warrior – Jadav Payeng

The Green Warrior-Jadav Payeng fights a war against the barren lands to turn them into green forests.

‘Look Up’

‘Look Up’ is a lesson taught to us through a love story, in a world where we continue to find ways to make it easier for us to connect with one another

Politicians discussing global warming

With the simple act of miniaturization and thoughtful placement, Isaac Cordal magically expands the imagination of pedestrians finding his sculptures on the street. In Berlin Issac Cordal made a great sculpture called “Politicians discussing global warming.” Have a look at: cementeclipses

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