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Detox Football, Join #DetoxWave

Are you among the lucky few going to watch the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil? We from RESET, citizens of this earth and Greenpeace have got a favor to ask from you. Read on

Our Eco-Balance Sheet - the RESET Team Outs Itself for World Environment Day

It's World Environment Day, which is a good chance to put our own environmental deeds under the microscope. We at RESET asked ourselves two questions. The first was what do we do every day that's good for the environment, the second was what could we do better. Check out our answers below – perhaps you also have a few tips for us! Read on

Bravely Speak Out: Citizen’s Radio

The 1 July protest in Hong Kong is coming in a month. Known as ‘7.1. March’ in Cantonese, it is an annual protest rally that acts as a channel to demand democracy, universal suffrage and the protection of freedom of speech. Read on

Spotlight Brazil: Smart Grid Technologies in Brazil

Smart Grid Tech is a modernised electric grid that uses analogue or digital information and communication technology to ensure that efficiency and reliability of the production and distribution of electricity can be improved by acting on the information received. Read on

Spotlight Brazil: Reverse Logistics — A Hope for Wastepickers

With the expected influx of 600,000 foreign and 3.1 million Brazilian soccer fans in the coming weeks, World Cup organisers estimate that 320 tonnes of solid waste will be generated from the June 12 to July 13 FIFA World Cup. Solid-waste management is a major challenge in urban areas throughout the world. What is the role of Reverse Logistics in waste management in Brazil? Read on

Let's Talk About - Menstruation! Today is Menstrual Hygiene Day

Did you know that only 17 percent of school-going girls in Burkina Faso have a place to change their sanitary pads or tampons? That many women worldwide have no access to hygienic products to deal with their periods? Or that some girls in Nepal are not allowed to leave the house during 'that time of the month'? Read on