The publisher of a well known magazines such as Mens and Womens Health, Prevention, and Organic Life has announced the first ever Rodale 100. Honoring the people, companies and products that are changing our world in a positive way. Nominations were submitted by their expert community of award-winning journalists, activists, and experts. While some of the names on the list probably sound familiar, others may surprise you.
Such as "Shoes That Grow," an expandable shoe that grows up to five sizes and provides thousands of children living in extreme poverty long-lasting shoes that protect their feet from parasites and diseases. They are available in twenty countries.
Then, there is Greenwich Connecticut teen Olivia Hallisey, 16, who invented the “Ebola Assay Card,” , which can detect EBOLA in 30 minutes for 25 dollars.
Some more recognizable names; Subaru. The first manufacturer in the U.S automotive history to achieve zero landfill status, and announced a partnership with the U.S National Parks Conservation Association. While the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media for holding three global symposiums in the United States in 2014, exploring the portrayal of women and girls in film as well as global media’s impact on issues concerning them.
To view the full list visit RODALE100.COM