#Current events

  • Article: The EU Accepted More Than 500,000 Refugees in 2017
    Citizenship

    The EU Accepted More Than 500,000 Refugees in 2017

    By Joe McCarthy|April 19, 2018

    Germany led the way. Read more

  • Article: Great Barrier Reef Is Half Dead — and Can Only Be Saved 1 Way
    Environment

    Great Barrier Reef Is Half Dead — and Can Only Be Saved 1 Way

    By Joe McCarthy|April 19, 2018

    “We’re in uncharted territory.” Read more

  • Article: The Pilot Hero From That Southwest Flight Is a Female Badass Navy Legend
    Girls & Women

    The Pilot Hero From That Southwest Flight Is a Female Badass Navy Legend

    April 18, 2018

    The former fighter pilot helped safely land a Boeing 737 after engine exploded. Read more

  • Article: New York City Just Removed This Controversial Statue From Central Park
    Citizenship

    New York City Just Removed This Controversial Statue From Central Park

    By Joe McCarthy|April 18, 2018

    All across the US, controversial monuments are being challenged. Read more

  • Article: Live Nation Will No Longer Serve Plastic Straws In All of Its Theaters
    Environment

    Live Nation Will No Longer Serve Plastic Straws In All of Its Theaters

    By Joe McCarthy|April 17, 2018

    A major win for the environment. Read more

  • Article: Global Citizens in the Netherlands Made Waves on World Water Day
    AdvocacyWater & Sanitation

    Global Citizens in the Netherlands Made Waves on World Water Day

    By Sneha Tatapudy|April 11, 2018

    And they did it all from their university campus Read more

  • Article: China Is Spending 3 Times as Much as the US on Renewable Energy
    Environment

    China Is Spending 3 Times as Much as the US on Renewable Energy

    By Joe McCarthy|April 10, 2018

    China gets 26% of electricity from renewables. Read more

  • Article: Apple Now Gets 100% of Its Energy From Renewable Sources
    Environment

    Apple Now Gets 100% of Its Energy From Renewable Sources

    By Joe McCarthy|April 10, 2018

    But there's a catch. Read more