In Denmark, people still joke about an old commercial slogan that claims everybody is ‘entitled to an awesome kitchen’. But in Colombia, they are taking this idea more seriously.

Escaping poverty through the kitchen

In Denmark, people still joke about an old commercial slogan that claims everybody is ‘entitled to an awesome kitchen’. But in Colombia, they are taking this idea more seriously.

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Giant wind turbine smashes record

A Danish offshore wind turbine has set a new energy record. In just 24 hours, the turbine generated enough electricity to power a US household for 20 years.

Kilde: Digital Trends | Foto: CCBY Laura Kane

Getting India on track

India has begun building a huge new railroad net, where freight trains will be able to get up to speed instead of clogging up the rails for passenger trains.

Kilde: World Bank | Foto: CCBY branstonoriginal

Price of ivory slashed

In just three years, the market price of ivory has been halved. This impacts the poachers’ profits and may give new hope for the endangered African elephant.

Kilde: New York Times | Foto: CCBY International Society For Animal Welfare

Togo stops grotesque disease

After years of effort, the country of Togo has successfully stopped transmission of the disease elephantiasis, which handicaps people by swelling their limbs.

Kilde: WHO | Foto: CCBY Breezy Baldwin

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