New Plastic Recycling Process Uses No Water, Half the Cost

A Mexican tech company has invented a new way of recycling plastic that does not produce any waste water, costs half the cash of current methods, and produces higher-quality end product than many other forms of recycling. Even more interesting, the inventor claims it can also be used to recycle styrofoam and other products currently clogging our landfills. Read about it here.

Peace and health
Mark Masselli

Oil Spill in the Sundurbans

The Sundurbans, in India and Bangladesh, are the largest contiguous tidal mangrove forest on Earth. They support the vast Ganges delta and a wealth of wildlife. Last month, an oil spill threatened all three sanctuaries for the river dolphins of that region, as well as many other unique and already-threatened plant and animal species.

Peace and health
Mark Masselli

The Big Cats Conservation Initiative

The Big Cats Conservation Project is running an extremely successful program in the Masai lands of Tanzania. Through education, sustainable business development, and green solutions to prevent lions from killing local livestock, the lion population has begun to bounce back in that region. Read more about this great initiative.

Peace and health
Mark Masselli