“We aim to help the farmers develop their activity long-term”

Four questions to Abderrazak Halfaoui, project manager of H’lib Dzair, Danone Ecosystem Fund’s new project in Algeria.

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How a 20-something persuaded thousands of kenyan farmers to save…

Micro-forestry provides a way to re-green the land and provide a profit to poor families at the same time.

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Danone supports bone health for World Osteoporosis Day, and all…

October 20 is World Osteoporosis Day – the occasion to raise awareness on bone health and the underestimated prevalence of osteoporosis among men.

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Danone is a performance leader in the fight against climate change

On Wednesday 15 October 2014, CDP (formerly Carbon Disclosure Project) published a “list of the 187 companies”

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Pakistan gives rise to a new wave of social entrepreneurs

The emergence of social enterprises over the last two decades has driven social innovation and created sustainable and scalable solutions in several parts of the developing world. Social enterprise, a…

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London’s iconic red phone booths go green: the ‘SolarBox’…

Ask yourself: When was the last time you used a phone box to make a call? Last week? Last month? Last year? 2 years? 3 years? Yeah, it’s been a while for me too.

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Empowering vendors in South Africa’s townships

“Entrepreneurship for the townships”, the Danone Ecosystem Fund’s new project creates job opportunities for township women and empowers street vendors, while providing Danone South Africa with a…

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Crazy As It Sounds, Solar Could Be The World’s Most Important…

Experts believe that a solar boom is both feasible and necessary in order to reign in warming to safe levels.

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5 short films with famous hosts hope to rebrand environmentalism

With Harrison Ford as the angry voice of the ocean and Kevin Spacey, the rainforest with a sarcastic streak, these films challenge perceptions that nature is fragile and only worth preserving for our pleasure.

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