"The Great Game," a series of short plays about foreign involvement in Afghanistan, is being performed for the Pentagon.
A new program from MIT aims to help create jobs in earthquake ravaged Haiti.
Sunil Pant, Nepal's first openly gay member of parliament, wants to bring much-needed tourism dollars to his home country.
The San Francisco-based nonprofit, La Cocina, helps immigrant entrepreneurs launch food businesses.
A chemistry professor teams up with a car manufacturer to figure out just how polluted Lebanon's streets are.
So-called "species seekers" have risked their lives, sabotaged others, and changed the way people think of the world and themselves.
An Italian co-op is trying to convince people not to buy its bottled water, or any other bottled water, either.
Instead of boycotting irresponsible companies, Carrotmobs inspire masses of people to patronize responsible companies.
A restaurant in India serves free food to the poor, but manages to eke out a small profit, too.
The British Standards Institution commented on new international guidelines to ensure companies act in sustainable and socially responsible ways.