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features Former President of Kiribati puts the island nation on the map in the fight against climate change “Climate change is a global challenge which demands a contribution from every citizen of this planet.” More »
features A canary in the climate change coal mine: the island nation of Kiribati is disappearing into the sea At only six feet above sea level, Kiribati is threatened by sea level rise and extreme weather More »
features Director Shasha Nakhai on her Nigerian childhood and growing up, literally, in the dark Not much has changed since as the documentary, Take Light, documents Nigeria’s power crisis. More »
features No Light, No Homework in Nigeria The homework struggle is real for moms in Nigeria where they have the added problem of no electricity. More »
features A Hospital Engineer in Nigeria Struggles to Power a Morgue Amidst Nigeria's electricity crisis, hospital engineer Opus uses his limited resources to keep the lights on and the cadavers cold. More »
features Find Me Some Body to Love As I become a women, my personality is changing along with my body. More »
features Advice from a transgender woman on how to raise a transgender child “The most important thing you can do is to love them and support them unequivocally.” More »
features Losing It: The physical transformation from Matt to Janae The expensive, extensive, emotional challenges of becoming a woman. More »
features Meet Canada’s very own Buddy Holly Known as the 'sexy' Buddy Holly, Ontario's own Jeff Giles loves bringing audiences back to the music they grew up with. More »
features The world’s best Jerry Lee Lewis tribute artist sees rock and roll as his day job Lance Lipinsky was a child prodigy who left for Vegas at 17 to start his music career. More »