#4: 10 billion trees in Pakistan, Congo’s children swap mining for education, free pianos for St. Louis children
In our fourth episode, we’re talking about Pakistan’s plan to plant 10 billion trees, the impact of free primary education in Congo, and an organisation providing free instruments and music education for low-income families in St. Louis.
A German Journalist and a Jewish Comic discuss the latest and greatest solution based news stories from around the world. A podcast about the amazing, wildly creative things people are doing to solve our biggest social problems today – from goats helping to fight wildfires to prisons without wardens and guns.
Hosts: Ed Crasnick, Jonathan Widder
Tags: solutions, society, sustainability, social innovation, solutions journalism, constructive journalism.
Hosts: Ed Crasnick, Jonathan Widder. Editing: Nina Bohlmann.
Pakistan will plant 10 billion trees to cut pollution and bring fresh air to cities, Reuters
Congo’s free primary education results in falling numbers of child miners, Reuters
Connecting ranchers with land stewards might be the answer to less intense wildfires, Civil Eats
Pianos for People provide free instruments and music education to St. Louis children, The Christian Science Monitor