Check out this one minute video to see how you can make this green, cheap and gorgeous lounge chair. And if you happen to not keep a chainsaw on your nightstand, see if you can borrow one from your neighbours via Peerby!
Portal to a whole new world
Our photographer and film maker Kwabena Danso created this photo essay following the journey of "Pure Wata"(drinking water sachets that are very common in Ghana) in manufacturing, transportation, consumption, discard and finally as a recycled product.If you are interested in learning more about the background, please read on.
If the flooding, desertification and extreme weather conditions didn't scare the hell out of you yet, here's a thing that might: climate change can make chocolate go extinct. And if you're not a chocolate person, coffee is on the black list too. As is fish. Peanut butter. Even wine.
"One bright day in the middle of night, two dead boys rose to fight. Back to back they faced each other, drew their swords and shot one another. A deaf policeman heard the noise, and saved the lives of the two dead boys. If you don't believe this lie is true, ask the blind man, he saw it too."
- Author Unknown
Some of you might think of grannies as lonely old ladies, counting down the last days of their lives. Well think again! The granny of the 21st century is an active, dynamic, spunky old lady who hangs with the hippest.
Dr. Monk was asked to write a column for OneWorld magazine, about the future of international cooperation. We found that future in an old story about a spider. Ananse is the name, or Anansi, depending on which side of the ocean you met him. He is a witty trickster and West-African god of all knowledge of stories. Born in Ghana, he came along on the slave ships to the Caribbean to become an important folk character. And also to the States, where he somehow evolved into Aunt Nancy. This story is about a pot of wisdom:
Pink is the new bad-ass. The Gulabi Gang, a women's movement founded in 2006 in the state of Uttar Pradesh, Northern India, combats domestic violence and calls out oppressive husbands, fathers and brothers. And changing social systems while they are at it.