Huffington Post – How Information is Changing the World: This Week in Seeding the Change

By Green For All | December 16, 2013
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Written by Ari Nessel, Founder and President, The Pollination Project
Cross-posted on Huffington Post. Read original post here.

Every day of the week, The Pollination Project (www.thepollinationproject.org) provides $1,000 in seed funding to an individual who is working to make the world — or just their own community — a better, more peaceful and more sustainable place. Here are the extraordinary people and ideas changing the world this week:

Angelo Drummonds and Malik Evans are Green for All college ambassadors at Morehouse College who work to bring environmentally progressive ideas to campus. Malik, who has been gardening since age ten and understands the benefits of clean organic food, and Angelo, a Bonnor scholar with community project experience, along with permaculture designer Brandy Hall, are creating a permaculture garden on Morehouse’s campus with a mosaic of recycled glass. We thank our partner Green For All for referring us to Angelo and Malik…

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