Highlight on Monday – Personal Inspiration (9)

It’s time to share the more inspiring organisations and the wonderful people that I, Karolien from Look Up, follow. Read more on Personal Inspiration (8).

Eco Sapien (Eco Sapien, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube)
Eco Sapien is a team of Conservation Biologists. Fundamentally, their job is to stop biodiversity loss around the world. In a money-orientated world, we often have to justify why saving biodiversity is imperative, not only because of its right to exist, but because of its integral importance to humans.  Their YouTube channel is a window into just some of these issues. Eco Sapien hopes to continue growing their library, illustrating conservation stories from around the world.

Quora (Quora, Facebook, and Twitter)
Quora’s mission is to share and grow the world’s knowledge. A vast amount of the knowledge that would be valuable to many people is currently only available to a few – either locked in people’s heads, or only accessible to select groups. Quora wants to connect the people who have knowledge to the people who need it, to bring together people with different perspectives so they can understand each other better, and to empower everyone to share their knowledge for the benefit of the rest of the world.

Parlio (Parlio)
Parlio is proud to have built a community of members who value thoughtfulness, civility and diversity. Parlio is excited to announce that they have joined forces with Quora to grow knowledge and bring together people from different worlds.

Kerwin Rae (Kerwin Rae, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube)
Kerwin has addressed and worked with all levels of business, specialising in small to medium businesses, and national and international franchise groups. He has also coached thousands of consultants and coaches in numerous countries on business development, marketing, sales, human behaviour and entrepreneurial psychology.

Uplift (Uplift, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube)
Inspired by unity, peace and love. Embracing who we truly are.

Story of Stuff (Story of Stuff, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.)
We have a problem with Stuff. We use too much, too much of it is toxic and we don’t share it very well. But that’s not the way things have to be. Together, we can build a society based on better not more, sharing not selfishness, community not division.

People Fixing The World (People Fixing The World and Facebook)
“Brilliant solutions to the world’s problems. We meet people with ideas to make the world a better place and investigate whether they work.”

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