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Additional Resources for you to Explore
After watching the video, think about things you can do to help. Begin with "The Lazy Person's Guide to Saving the World" from the UN. Make a list of what actions you could easily adapt as part of your everyday life.Below are a list of various organizations which focus on specific global causes. I'm including the UN's Sustainable Development Goals list to remind you of the various areas of global crisis. Browse through the causes, looking for one that speaks to you if none do, complete your own search for organizations. Click on the link, read more about it. Then decide how you could change things if you participated in the cause. Think about if it would be more effective to join an already established cause or to create your own cause.Clean "Millions of people around the world could get access to safe water in their homes with the help of small, affordable loans."The Water Project Global Clean Water Initiative. Access to safe water changes lives.Human Trafficking
Thorn "Your skill is your superpower. Drive Tech Innovation to fight child sexual exploitation."Hope for Justice End SlaveryAnti Slavery  Today's fight for tomorrow's freedom.Hunger
Action Against Hunger Fighting world hunger.The Hunger Project Empowering women and families to perpetuate and sustain their communities through education and development.Sustainability and Human Health
Heifer International Fighting world hunger and poverty by creating a sustainable development through giving animals, bees, and other gifts.World BankThe Global Fund Fights AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria
Global Alliance for Chronic DiseasesWorld Child Cancer No child should suffer
Climate Change
350.orgConservation International People Need Nature to SurviveThe Climate Reality Project Fight Like Your World Depends on It