Carnival Corporation released its ninth annual sustainability report on June 18, detailing the key i…
Bangkok artist and social activist Wishulada Panthanuvong is no stranger to trash. In fact, she embraces it and uses it as a medium to create sustainable beauty.
Trinity College Dublin has announced the launch of its STEAM+ICE (science, technology, engineering, art, maths, innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship) Incubator for young people. The project is a collaboration between the Trinity Walton Club, a STEM club for secondary school students, and Tangent, the college’s start-up workspace. The incubator is free, open to all secondary students in Ireland, and accepting applications from today (30 August). STEAM+ICE usually operates as a week long in-person programme at Trinity, but will be online this year. Participants will take part in three weeks of workshops and challenges, culminating in a final event in mid-October where they can pitch their ideas to a panel of judges.
Beauty brands have been busy cleaning up their act in 2019, as concern about the environmental impact of the industry rises.
Modi Builders is helping over 240 government schools by providing basic infrastructure and facilities. These schools cater mostly to children from underprivileged backgrounds and are situated within HMDA limits. The schools are in need of basic facilities and need urgent attention. Modi Builders also believes in making a social impact and as a part of our CSR activities we are helping over 62,686 students in over 240 government schools in Hyderabad and Telangana State.