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One school’s path to sustainability

When the Amazon is gone we will have forty per cent less atmospheric oxygen. In fifteen years we could lose an area the size of England.” Read the Full Story

Egypt: Learning and earning in Cairo’s Garbage City

14,000 tons. That is the official estimate amount of daily waste produced in the mega‐city of Cairo. But the city authorities cannot cope with the amount thus creating a serious waste management problem. Consequently, Cairo relies heavily on informal waste collectors. Read the Full Story

Japan: 'It changed the way we see the world'

Tourists walking around the historic tourist site of Shizutani School in Japan, a registered national treasure, experience something extraordinary. Several high‐school students offer to be their guide. Read the Full Story

Namibia: Sustainable living in the desert

Deep in the Namib Desert, in a dune valley in the south of the NamibRand Nature Reserve in Namibia's Hardap region is an environmental education centre that is helping Namibians to live sustainable lifestyles. Read the Full Story

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