More stories for tomorrow – already today and everywhere: in German and English and as Creative Commons articles to encourage broad distribution and sharing.
© (CC BY-NC-ND): Richard Walker
Coral reefs are vital for the health of the planet, but they’re dying. In Fiji a coral gardener is trying to save the world, one reef at a time.
© The Gayby Project
“It’s not enough to say how many people saw a film or how many Facebook likes it got,” says impact producer Hattie Archibald. “At Screen Impact, we help documentary films create real social change.”
© Flash Mob Photography
Climate change affects everyone — but not everyone evenly. If nothing is done to stop the impact of climate change, some of the oldest living cultures in the world could die out. An all-Indigenous youth activist group in Australia has risen to the challenge.
© Foto: Eco Divers
On Australia’s iconic Manly beach, volunteer divers are working quietly and without fanfare to clean the ocean.
© Photo (CC BY-ND 4.0): Aaron Ashley
As a sculpture student, Alison McDonald often couldn’t afford material like bronze. That sparked the Australian artist’s career in reinventing discarded items.
© Daniela Gellner
Van Bo Le-Mentzel is tackling the big question of what makes good entrepreneurship—and he is finding the answer in the Crowd.
An abandoned brewery site near the very heart of Australia’s largest city has been reborn, and it’s becoming the toast of the town.
© Wesley Nel
It’s far from a dog’s life for bees living on rooftops in Melbourne, Australia, free from the Varroa mite that has afflicted the rest of the world.
Photo (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 DE): Michael Schrenk/FUTURZWEI
Sina Trinkwalder did what all experts declared impossible: she built a textile factory in Germany and is paying decent wages
Photo (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 DE): DORV UG
Teacher Heinz Frey halted the demise of "mom-and-pop stores" by creating new village centres—first in his home village, then in other communities and urban districts.
Photo (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0): Daniel Delang
One city, two segments, neatly separated according to rich and poor. Gentrification, terminated leases, luxury renovations: Goldgrund Realty makes it possible!
Photo: © Verena Brüning
At CUCULA, a “refugees’ company for crafts and design”, five young asylum seekers are building sustainable livelihoods for themselves by making and selling designer furniture.