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South African Biosphere Reserves

South African Biosphere Reserves

May 2017

Towards Life. Dragonflies decrease poverty. A township food garden cleans the water in your taps. Reserves without fences reduce poaching. The South African UNESCO Biosphere Reserves combine the contradictory to create solutions to social development and environmental preservation.

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OYW Ambassador Impact

One Young World - Ambassador impact

October 2017

Every year, the One Young World summit brings together the world’s brightest young leaders from over 195 countries. We selected 26 of them, investigated their work, and provided tools to help expand their impact.

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Mexican Agriculture

The nearby solution

June 2018

Sometimes the biggest solutions are closer than we think. A group of Mexican scientists have found a way to replace imported soya in animal feed with a combination of local, sustainable, and drought-resistant plants. The impact is social, environmental, economic and global. But it faces challenges.

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Social Impact Toolkit

Social Impact Toolkit

March 2021

The Social Impact Toolkit is a structured multi-media repository of useful information, tools and indicators to help understand social impact and outcomes associated with the work of Community Food Businesses. It can also be considered a framework to assist in understanding how social impact can be achieved, and to visualise the various pathways that can be followed to both instigate and evidence impact at the community scale.

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Organic Plus

Organic Plus

2020

The aim of the ‘Organic-PLUS project’ is to provide high-quality, trans-disciplinary, scientifically informed decision support to help all actors in the organic sector, including national and regional policy makers, to reach the next level of the organic success story in Europe.

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Atuel River

Atuel

2020

The Atuel River rises in the Argentine Andes and disappears into the desert. Its precarious and threatened existence supports the lives and livelihoods of 100’000’s of people. The 1201 Project became the first people to journey the entire of the navigable Atuel river bearing witness to a pressured ecosystem and the stories and solutions that the people who live along it share.

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Thriving Hive

Thriving Hive

January 2021

Honeybees are facing many threats including habitat loss, degradation, and fragmentation; non-native species and diseases; pollution, including pesticides; and climate change. Air pollution could also have an impact but it has been the subject of little research. This project aims to understand the effect of air pollution on honeybee health and productivity.

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