Celebrate who you are, and use your talents to shape your world!

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Old mobile phones used to create solar-powered technology that can detect loggers and alert authorities in real time.

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Each device can detect chainsaw noises up to 1 kilometer in the distance, and according to staff at Rainforest Connection, each solar-powered microphone can protect up to 300 hectares of endangered rainforest!

The devices were tested in Sumatra in 2013, and they were able to detect and stop loggers within just two weeks of installation.

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How beautiful is this turf roof house built with local stone in Karlukovo, Bulgaria!

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A test plant in Australia has broken a world record and proved solar power could replace fossil fuels!

original-11A CSIRO solar thermal test plant in Newcastle, Australia, has generated “supercritical” steam at a pressure of 23.5 MPa (3400 psi) and 570°C (1,058°F).

“It’s like breaking the sound barrier; this step change proves solar has the potential to compete with the peak performance capabilities of fossil fuel sources,” Said Dr Alex Wonhas, CSIRO’s Energy Director.

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Another reminder to ditch the plastic and embrace sustainable living!

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A photography project that demonstrates just how much waste we produce each week

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California photographer Gregg Segal attempts to put a face on the mountains of garbage we generate through his compelling series documenting families lying down in week’s worth of their own garbage.
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Have you seen Willard Wigan’s micro sculptures?

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They started from an interesting place. “It began when I was five years old,” says Willard. “I started making houses for ants because I thought they needed somewhere to live. Then I made them shoes and hats. It was a fantasy world I escaped to. That’s how my career as a micro-sculptor began.”
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Never believe those who say you must choose!

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What are you rich in?

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