Bridging the gap: 3 key takeaways from Women Deliver
A more just, equitable, and inclusive world starts with supporting and empowering women and girls. Here’s how Audacious Projects are leading the way.
Global Fishing Watch
A boat went dark. Finding it could help save the world’s fish.
Today’s high seas are a bit like the Old West: a wilderness too vast to police, offering riches to those with a tolerance for danger and, sometimes, a dubious commitment to the law.
Introducing the 2023 Audacious Project cohort
Five years in, we are excited to announce the largest funding pool for innovations in climate, breakthrough science, child welfare and women’s health.
How do we win the fight against NTDs? Sustain. Collaborate.
In recognition of World NTD Day, we spoke to Joy Shu'aibu of Sighstavers about the road to elimination for Trachoma and other NTDs devastating communities worldwide.
The Bail Project
How do we fix the broken US cash bail system? It starts with those most impacted.
The cash bail system in the United States is broken, the Bail Project is changing that.
Put some Audacity into your giving season!
Give boldly by supporting the work of Audacious grantees making a big impact.
Fashion giants vow to buy recycled fibers
Fashion companies are planning to buy more recycled fibers as part of a wider trend of businesses using their spending power to foster innovative, low-carbon suppliers.
Institute for Protein Design
Could protein design stop the next pandemic?
The COVID-19 outbreak catalyzed protein based vaccine design - now scientists are poised to tackle the next viral threat and maybe even stop it.
Did “Africa’s COP” meet expectations?
COP27 was an arduous summit, with mixed results. A landmark agreement to create a new “loss and damage” fund was a historic achievement. But many delegates were disappointed by the lack of progress on decarbonising energy systems. In the final episode of our series, we explore what the final deal means for the future of climate action. Plus, we examine AFR100, a project that aims to pair climate action with economic growth in Africa.
One Of the most critical environmental stories to have escaped the headlines
In late summer, Renewcell started making textiles from used clothes. The fashion industry, dependent on wood to make some fabrics, is driven to save ancient trees and endangered rainforests. The Swedish company will produce 60,000 tons of recycled clothing this year and double that next year. That’s the equivalent of recycling 300 million t-shirts.
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