Meet this little robot created by Mazyar Etehadi (@maz.et) that aims to plant seeds in fertile areas of desert in order to cultivate the land.
@ohhappydani, formerly known as Danielle Coke, is an Illustrator, motivational speaker and activist. She has inspired thousands of people around the world with her elaborate yet digestible illustrations on complex social justice-related issues.
During Christmas of 2021, children in Accra, more specially Achimota Anglican Junior High School, one of the poorest villages in the region were gifted boxes full of Converse from London’s unsold stock.
Precious Plastic has combined people, machines, platforms, and knowledge to create an alternative global recycling system. It has so far recruited over 80,000 people who share the same passion and vision for a world with less plastic waste.
New Story Charity
After climate change, homelessness impacts more lives than any other problem. Since 2015, New Story Charity has created thousands of 3D printed homes for people in Latin America giving families security, health, and an opportunity to thrive.
For those fortunate enough, it’s usually the season of stacked cupboards and full fridges, and by the end, overflowing bins. But thanks to clever apps like OLIO, excess food need not contribute to your seasonal trash.
At just 16-years-old, Christina Adane started a petition on behalf of the 1.4 million children in the UK who rely on free school meals - which has since amassed over 430,000 signatures to date.
Male Cancer Awareness Campaign
Steve McQueen’s new short film stars Morgan Freeman, Idris Elba, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Michael Ward. Titled Embarrassed, it sets the goal of increasing awareness about high rates of prostate cancer in the Black male community.
Asian American Federation
The Asian American Federation has released a series of posters created by various illustrators to raise money for ‘Hope Against Hate’ and to spread awareness of racial stereotyping.
Originally from the Bahamas, Lauren Ritchie is passionate about climate change. Not only a student at Colombia, Lauren also founded ecojusticeproject and is a co-host on the blackgirlblueprint.
Commonly known as X, he is an environmental activist and artist. As a teenager, X has done three Ted Talks and has spoken at UN conference in three different languages, including his native language Nahuatl.
Climate activist Wanjiku Gatheru is currently studying at Oxford University and is the founder of @blackgirlenviromentalist. Wawa has created a supportive community of Black girls, women and non-binary environmentalists.
Aliénor (Allie) is an Economics and Public Policy graduate from the University of Toronto. Since the age of 10, She has been an environmental and human rights activist, passionate about sustainability and climate justice.
Author, blogger, and climate activist Leah Thomas founded the Intersectional Environmentalist to connect the environmental movement to social problems, especially within the context of racial injustice.
14-year-old Vinisha Umashankar, a student of SKP Vanitha International School in Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu, designed a solar ironing cart so that the use of charcoal can be reduced in India.
Forbi Perise, ‘Plastic Man’
Environmental activist Perise collects plastic waste. His goal is to work directly with the Cameroonian government to ensure structural changes in environmental and waste management.
Exemplifying the qualities of this industrious generation – innovative, entrepreneurial, and eager to build a better planet (among many others) – Ann Makosinski is also on a mission to prove that science and art go hand in hand.
Kasha Sequoia Slavner, Activist Filmmaker
Kasha Sequoia Slavner is an award-winning filmmaker and director who made a splash in the industry with her 2017 social change film ‘The Sunrise Storyteller’. She also founded her own social change initiative, The Global Sunrise Project.
Melati Wijsen – YOUTHTOPIA
Melati Wijsen is part of a growing phalanx of Gen Zers determined to shape our planet’s future. Her latest social venture YOUTHTOPIA, a community-centric learning platform that’s set to become the go-to HQ for aspiring changemakers.
Robert Luo, Mi Terro
128 million tons of milk is wasted every year. Inspired to find a use for all this spoilt milk, Robert Luo began researching and founded the biotech company Mi Terro - transforming milk on the turn into t-shirts.
Maddy Park, Cafe Maddy Cab
In light of the unjust rise in violence and xenophobia towards Asian Americans, Maddy decided to create Café Maddy Cab, an initiative that pays for taxi and ride-hailing services for female, elderly, and LGBTQ+ Asians.
The Accessible Icon Project
Starting in 2010, the project is a globally successful work of design activism. The movement began collecting examples of public wheelchair-accessible icons that had more integrity behind their designs than typical iconography.
Ýr Jóhannsdóttir, Textile Designer
Ýr Jóhannsdóttir, working under the name Ýrúrarí, is a textile designer and artist from Iceland. She uses her bold and humorous style to upscale previously discarded clothing, giving it a second, quirkier life.
Adri Rachelle, Activist
From an early age Adri has been providing homes for animals in need. Pigs, horses, reptiles, goats, dogs, all creatures big and small are welcome at Wild Things Sanctuary, her non-profit animal rescue organisation.
The C-List, Lisa Potter-Dixon and Helen Addis
Highlighting a lesser-known challenge faced by cancer patients, The C-List is an innovative new website giving those living with the disease the chance to shop ‘cancer-kinder’ beauty products.
Gatekeeper is providing young creatives with vital resources and insight into the world of art, helping them to understand the inner workings of an over-commercialised industry. The magazine is sure to blow in the near future.
Quannah Chasinghorse, Activist
At just 18, activist Quannah Chasinghorse has dedicated her life to protecting the indigenous people of her native Alaska from two main adversaries, the gas industry and climate change.
Marc Keiser, Designer
One-half of cult fashion label Keiser Clark, Marc Keiser is using his platform to raise awareness about the importance of voting and encourage young people to register across the US.
Harry Stebbings, Entrepreneur
Harry is one of the biggest names in venture capital at age 23. He created 'The Twenty Minute VC' podcast and co-founded Stride.VC, a venture capital firm making waves across the industry.
Steve Bartlett, Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur extraordinaire Steve Bartlett founded digital media companies Social Chain & Media Chain - at the age of 22. Today, his content reaches over 1.8 billion people.
Atelier & Repairs
Founded by Maurizio Donadi, Atelier & Repairs is leading the movement of excess reduction in fashion. The LA store turns our throw away items into one-of-a-kind pieces & partners with brands globally.
Noga Levy-Rapoport, Activist
Dubbed the British Greta Thunberg, Nova Levy-Rapoport is paving the way for young climate activists. At eighteen years-old, she's a volunteer for the UK Student Climate Network.
Taylor Lorenz, Journalist
Taylor is a modern day Gen Z reporter tackling youth culture stories for the New York Times, she uses social media and a mobile phone to unearth global trends before anyone else.
Kelvin Doe, Entrepreneur
This Sierra Leonean innovator taught himself engineering when he was 13, proving that resources aren't a barrier and that all you need to get started is ambition, creativity, and curiosity.
Bimini Love, Activist
The UK parliament is taking period poverty seriously thanks to this activist and her peers. Founder of Street Cramps, Bimini Love spends her spare time fighting menstrual inequality.
Riya Karumanchi, Entrepreneur
A genius teen entrepreneur focused on harnessing tech to better people's lives. At just 15 she designed a cane equipped with GPS and proximity sensors to help the visually impaired.
Ecological geniuses Conceptos Plásticos are building homes/schools for entire communities in developing countries, and they're all made entirely from recycled plastic materials. No more endearing way of dealing with a global problem!
Jenna Raine, Musician
Rising Gen Z talent Jenna Raine is an American singer/songwriter with an infectious energy that she transmits through her insightful lyrics fused together with an organic, beat-driven sound.
Sonita Alizadeh, Activist
Sonita Alizadeh uses her talent for lyricism to protest against arranged marriages in Afghanistan. Her song 'Brides For Sale' went viral in 2014 and she still fights for her cause today.
Aimee Clint, Entrepreneur
Aimee Clint struggled to understand her autistic brother's condition so she wrote a book to help others in similar situations and won a Europe-wide enterprise award for her work.
Hunter Schafer, Actor
If you didn't know who Hunter Schafer was, you will soon. The breakout star of Euphoria, this amazing LGBT+ activist is redefining style and trans acceptance before our very eyes.
Jasmine Lee-Jones, Playwright
How to make waves in the LDN's theatre scene? Call your provocative first drama 'Seven Methods of Killing Kylie Jenner'. This brilliant playwright is adding a fresh voice to enduring literature.
Akshay Ruparelia, Entrepreneur
Fancy starting a million dollar property empire from your bedroom at just 17? Well you won't be the first, Akshay Ruarelia started his company Doorsteps after selling his family home online.
Marsai Martin, Actor & Producer
A starring role in ABC's hit show Blackish was clearly not enough for Marsai Martin, who has a producer credit for the 2019 movie Little, which she also starred in. BTW, this girl is 15.