Sewing Hope for Refugees: Paul Klein of The Tailor Project

Sewing Hope for Refugees: Paul Klein of The Tailor Project

Between 1948 and 1949 approximately 2500 tailors and their families immigrated from Europe to Canada through the Garment Workers Scheme, a plan that found jobs for those with skills in tailoring. It was the first time in history that the country opened its doors to so...
Housing as a Human Right: In convo with Leilani Farha

Housing as a Human Right: In convo with Leilani Farha

Housing affordability is at an all-time low. A growing percentage of working and middle class people are being pushed out of their homes and rental units and into poverty and homelessness. A recent documentary, Push, explores the housing crisis and profiles one...
Recycling the Unrecyclable: Tom Szaky of TerraCycle

Recycling the Unrecyclable: Tom Szaky of TerraCycle

When it comes to saving the planet, one social entrepreneur has been fighting the good fight for over 18 years. Along the way, Tom Szaky founder of TerraCycle has established a formidable reputation for recycling the non-recyclable. Working in 20 countries, with major...
Fighting Plastic Waste: Rena Nickerson of SodaStream

Fighting Plastic Waste: Rena Nickerson of SodaStream

By now we’re all aware of the damage being done to our planet due to the high rate of plastic waste. Recent studies suggest that over eight million tons of plastic is dumped into our oceans and that we’re producing nearly 300 million tons of plastic every year, half...

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