Destined to advance public awareness and social change not only at home but throughout the world, these days are designated to make a significant contribution to making our planet a safer, more enjoyable place to live and dwell.
On the eve of the Australian Open – tennis’s first Grand Slam of 2011 – the biggest stars of the sport joined forces in Melbourne to raise nearly $2 million for those who have been victimized by the devastating Queensland floods.
tennis stars Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi of Pakistan and Rohan Bopanna of India – dubbed the “IndoPak Express” – have combined forces for their charitable enterprise, “Stop War, Start Tennis.”
Your phone and your car are teaming up to save the world. Sort of. Here’s a collection of eco-driving apps for your smart phone that can help you make better driving decisions and boost your fuel efficiency.
Monday’s flash flood killed 10 — raising the total number confirmed dead to 20 since November — and sent more than 90 missing, with officials making the grim prediction that the death toll would rise in coming weeks.
One year ago today a 7.0 magnitude earthquake shook the Caribbean nation of Haiti. Here’s a progress report on recovery efforts one year later.
Now more than ever humanitarian organizations are changing the face of how we do travel. Known as humanitourism, these programs allow tourists to connect with the local people, environment, or wildlife through various channels, yet still experience an adventure.
As the first week of 2011 swiftly comes to a close, a global collage of oddities, technology and good deeds burns brightly in its blaze.
The Walk Score website expands its excellent walkability rankings to cover 2,500 new cities. See how pedestrian-friendly your neighborhood is.