Written by Eden Ballard, former Carpe Global Associate I remember a book that we had on our coffee table when I was growing up, 100 Photographs That Changed the WorldContinue Reading.
We spotlight global gold! Below are some examples.
Public radios longest-running daily global news program. Their goal is to engage domestic US audiences with international affairs through human-centered journalism that consistently connects the global to the local and builds empathy for people around the world.
This award aims to celebrate and support individuals aged 18 to 30 who have potential to create a positive environmental impact. The winners receive seed funding, intensive training and tailored mentoring to bring their big environmental ideas to life.
Nearly 4,000 photo panoramas and over 100 drone videos (virtual tours) of cities and places of ecological and historical wonder worldwide. Subscribe to their newsletter for updates on new material added regularly.
The Hurford Youth Fellowship Program seeks to build the leadership skills and harness the potential of young democracy activists from around the world. Applicants spend three months at the World Movements Secretariat, Applicants must be less than 30 years of age.