Kerala Is Using Plastic to Pave Roads, Israeli and Palestinian Youth Strike Together, Reforestation in Ethiopia

The south Indian state of Kerala has used 9,700 tonnes of non-recyclable, shredded plastic waste to pave 246 km of roads; more than 500 Palestinian and Israeli students put aside their political differences in order to protest climate change inaction; Ethiopia launches ambitious reforestation project seeking to reduce the adverse impacts of climate change.

250 Companies Fight Plastic Waste


250 Companies to Fight Plastic Waste, Bisons Return to the Wild, Bio-Bricks Made from Waste

250 organizations such as PepsiCo, Unilever, and H&M have made a pledge to fight plastic waste and work with governments in order to increase recycling; from just 23 left at the turn of the 20th century, bisons are ready to return to their home once agains; and students created bio-bricks out of sand, bacteria, and urine, disposing of waste while also drastically reducing the energy and pollution required for the production of regular bricks.