The GOODEST: Our Favorite Things to Learn and Do This Past Week- Alessandra Rizzotti wrote in Goodest, News and Do

You can learn about so many things on the internet, but how much more powerful would it be if you could also DO after you learned stuff? From inventions inspired by woodpeckers and beetles, to hosting a Secret Sandy and making a wish for the future, we have things for you to learn and DO from this past week.

Because Science Matters: A Deep Dive into the Phenomenon of Vampire Draw
The Agricultural Cliff: Farmers Are Aging, and Young People Have to Step In
A Stronger Bike Helmet, Made of Cardboard and Inspired by a Woodpecker
Landfill Harmonic: Making Music From Trash in a Paraguay Slum
RX Made: How We’re Upcycling Building Waste and Creating Jobs
School by Boat: Architect Brings Classrooms, and Healthcare, to Flood-Prone Bangladesh
Let Students Design Their Own Social Change Projects
Cheaper than Solar: Gravity-Powered Lights for the Developing World
It’s About Time: ‘The Present’ Is an Updated Time Piece for the 21st Century
How a Beetle Inspired Our Clean, Fresh Water Technology
Streetpong: Redesigning the Walk Signal
Four Ways to Find Your Work Passion(s)
Why We Can’t Ignore the Caveats to Cory Booker’s Food Stamp Challenge
Connecting Broadly Won’t Replace The Importance of Connecting Deeply
Turning Packaging from Trash to Toys
Don’t Just Talk to Kids About Violence, Help Them Take Action
Share Your Thoughts: What are the building blocks of being an engaged and active citizen?
Gift Like You Give a Damn: Host a ‘Secret Sandy’ to Help Those Affected by the Hurricane this Holiday
Join Me in Requesting ‘Garbage to Garden’ in Your City
Catalyze Innovative Education for the 21st Century
Vote for a School That Deserves $50,000
Make a Wish for the Future: What’s Yours?
Illustration by Jessica De Jesus

The GOODEST: Our Favorite Things to Learn and Do This Past Week
Alessandra Rizzotti wrote in Goodest, News and Do

You can learn about so many things on the internet, but how much more powerful would it be if you could also DO after you learned stuff? From inventions inspired by woodpeckers and beetles, to hosting a Secret Sandy and making a wish for the future, we have things for you to learn and DO from this past week.

Illustration by Jessica De Jesus

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