Landmark Graduate Andy Carman, a Santa Cruz resident, is making a difference in the community by connecting local residents with volunteer opportunities that focus on protecting and preserving the planet. Carman, who is passionate about environmental conservation, recognized a need […]
Social impact artist and Landmark Forum graduate Shala Akintunde is pioneering an innovative art form that is also making an urgently needed difference.
The efforts of two Landmark Forum graduates to ban plastic bags and styrofoam caught the attention of the Sunshine News Network.
The Green Wheels project is boldly causing bicycle commuting in the heart of India.
Increasing the penalty for tiger poaching in India, and educating school children about the importance of tigers to the ecosystem are both part of the ‘Save Tiger Save Life Signature Campaign’.
Festivals, competitions and workshops to promote upcycling are spreading across India.
The mission of 2020 or Bust is to mobilize the global community to end the climate crisis and to rally the world around the next five years as our make-it-or-break-it window of opportunity to get on track to making that happen.
Adam Hammes is doing more than standing for sustainability – he is empowering others to make a difference in the face of stress and resignation.
Globetops is an innovative organization that gets refurbished laptops into the hands of community leaders in the developing world.
A community project leads to a civic leadership award for promoting sustainability.
A mural campaign which shares residents’ visions of the beautiful island of Holbox, Mexico, is the project created by Melissa Rothstein in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
by Mindy Sullivan When a smallish, unassuming looking young man from India walked up to the microphone to share something while taking part in Landmark Education’s Introduction Leaders Program, about half the room is paying attention. He turns on the […]
A project created in Houston during Landmark Education’s SELP led to a unique forest-themed art exhibit which raised funds for a drought-ravaged park.
Having 10,000 Indian villages be financially sustainable is the bold ambition of one graduate of The Landmark Forum.
A leading Kenyan wildlife conservationist has created a project Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program to record elders’ accounts of wildlife encounters.
Almost 500 computers will be heading to students in Ghana and India, as a result of Sheila Scanlan’s project she created in Landmark’s SELP.
93% of plastics do not end up in a recycling bin instead they go into landfills or worse wind up floating in the ocean.
Landmark graduate Colin Hooper is developing a national carpool membership network in New Zealand.
Landmark Forum graduate Kevin Bass helped build a robot which will become the first ever humanoid robot aboard the international space station.
Long time Landmark graduate Roy Toperek, whose Team Children project has led to many thousands of refurbished computers getting into the hands of low income families, is in the Pepsi Challenge contest for $50,000 in funding.
Landmark Forum graduate Gashaw Tahir has taken on reforestation in Ethiopia.
A unique fashion event combined Bicycles and Vintage Clothing this past Saturday night in Sacramento.
gashaw tahir continues to make Ethiopia green.
Miche Walsh is using her Landmark Education training to take on the largest floating garbage patch in the Pacific Ocean.
Gashaw Tahir was recognized by the UN as a private sector green hero for the reforestation work he has accomplished in Ethiopia.
Josh Tickell’s new enviro-doc film Fuel is receiving critical acclaim from across the country, including a Critics Pick from the New York Times, reports Landmark Education News.
Vanessa and Ben Henneke took part in Landmark Education’s Self Expression and Leadership Program in 1997. In 1998, Anglican Bishop Simon Chiwanga of the Diocese of Mpwapwa in Tanzania invited a team of missionaries from Truro Church led by Vannesa […]
Shana Dressler, whose participation in Landmark Education’s programs helped inspire her to create a number of charity projects and organizations, has a new event sponsored by the organization she helped found, Global Giving Circle: Move, Groove, Give, a dance party […]
Landmark Education graduate Josh Tickell’s award-winning documentary "Fuel" has opened in the Los Angeles area in a limited February engagment, and will be appearing elsewhere in the United States in February and March. The documentary, which Tickell recently spoke about with […]
Jill Richardson's Landmark Education SELP project culminated in "Ocean Kids Day", which brought hundreds of underprivileged youth in South Florida in direct contact with marine life and marine researchers. Richardson, who is co-chair of the Future Interest in Nature and […]