Charities, activists, community-enhancing projects, and ethical business activations are all included in the November 2018 social good list.
The Tadashi Kawamata large-scale 'Over Flow' installation, for example, calls attention to ocean pollution in a very obvious and invasive way. The artist fills a room at the Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology in Lisbon with strategically arranged garbage. The components of the sculpture are collected by volunteer clean-up crew Brigada do Mar.
Grilled cheese restaurant All Square, on the other hand, is putting its faith in humanity by offering employment and the opportunity for rehabilitation to former convicts.
Finally, on the charity front, the November 2018 social good list highlights Schmidt's Deodorant Company who, in partnership with the Jane Goodall Institute, contributes to global wildlife and environmental conservation through the purchase of its product.
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