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November and December can be a bit stressful as many of us prepare for the holidays. As January commences and the coldest months of the year follow, many of us look to escape to a place with warmer days and nights, food that makes our senses come alive and experiences that bring that spark back into our stressed souls.
Curated by Seanna Pratt Narrated by actor and U.N. Environment Program Goodwill Ambassador, Ian Somerhalder, this short documentary, “Climate Heroes: Stories of Change,” was created by the U.N.
By Jennifer Kamara I am the director of World Health Equity, an organization seeking to improve health equity for vulnerable populations.
By Bernie Lee Just off of Union Square in downtown San Francisco is Maiden Lane. It’s a small street…well, it’s more like an alley, and it’s filled with hoity-toity little shops, boutiques, and restaurants.
By Mikhail Blacer Since ancient times, honey has been consumed by humans as food – our ancestors obviously had to endure dozens, perhaps hundreds of stings every time they collected this sweet, golden liquid from a beehive.
For many millennials, changemakers and startups, social entrepreneurship has become the career path of choice.
By GotBriefcases.com In this day and age, people have become so consumed with leather and fine quality handbags that it’s all about prestige and luxury.
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“Aporto! Aporto!” A child shouts as I whizz by on a motorbike taxi. “Snap me, Aporto!” The man in the wheelchair being pushed by children, is a local teacher and aid worker.
On Wednesday, Krochet Kids International is launching a new campaign called #KnowWhoMadeIt. The goal of the campaign is to start a conversation around the importance of knowing who makes the organization’s hip apparel and not just where the items come from.
BY SHAZ DE PINTO My earliest memory, or rather my earliest string of memories of Etosha involves one particular year where my parents dragged (maybe I’m being a bit melodramatic here) both me and my sister to Etosha a staggering thirteen times.
By Seanna Pratt Travel is an incredibly valuable experience in the way it shapes and enriches our lives.
New York is not the first place to come to mind when thinking about green cities, but it does offer responsible tourists plenty of ways to get involved and give back to ongoing green initiatives.
Taktshang Monastery via Shutterstock By Diana Smith The Kingdom of Bhutan is just larger than the state of Massachusetts.
By Jessica Rowe When Obama arrived in Beijing on Monday, he arrived to a pretty spectacular greeting—but perhaps even more impressive, but less-talked about, was the fact that the sky was blue.
By Mina Chang On paper, Cité Soleil is a very unlikely ambassador for entrepreneurship. It’s the most dangerous region of the entire Western Hemisphere and one of the poorest in the world.
Who’s says shopping isn’t important? By purchasing any one of these products you will help empower a woman who is working to rise above poverty.
Since we launched The Culture-ist back in 2011, it’s been our dream to develop a philanthropic organization that benefitted from the ideas, passion and support of this incredible community – from you.
It’s that time of year when the holidays begin to seep into mind. In the shops, Halloween candy and pumpkins are replaced with white lights, frosted window displays and turkey brining kits.