Rekha Lalla, a trained Climate Presenter and District Manager for the Delhi, India region, has realized the power that tomorrow holds. And she uses that power today. Rekha teaches primary school children and works with them to improve the environment and community surrounding their school. As she puts it, what keeps her ticking is the enthusiasm of her students.

Posted on July 21st, 2011 by Kanika Vasudeva

For over 52 years, Carolyn Treadway has been helping facilitate growth in people's lives through her work as a therapist, pastoral counselor and life coach. Inspired by her grandchildren and determined to leave them with a healthy environment, Carolyn continues to improve the lives of the people and world around her.

Posted on July 20th, 2011 by Kate Nolan

Egypt’s Suez Canal was once the only available shortcut for ships sailing between Europe and Asia. Now, as the Arctic warms, sea ice melts and circumpolar sea routes open up, the Suez has a new rival. A new study shows that in some cases, shipping via the northern route through the Arctic Ocean basin will be more cost-effective. As a result, transit shipping in the Arctic is likely to experience “rapid growth” in the coming decades.

Posted on July 20th, 2011 by Kristin Pene




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