Why do we need CARYZMA?

Together we can create utopia

It would be better if we didn't need a website for positive news and solutions. Currently, there are so many negative stories that we get confronted with every day, that we felt the need to create this site. Together with our members and other contributors like journalists, filmmakers, photographers, scientists, non-profits and other organizations, we will collect the best positive stories and solutions from around the world.


Come back often and check what we have added.

Don't just take our word for it

Per Espen Stokes gave a wonderful TED Talk that explains better than we could why negative news makes you depressed and why positive messages are much more effective.


He's spent years studying the defenses we use to avoid thinking about the demise of our planet -- and figuring out a new way of talking about global warming that keeps us from shutting down. Step away from the doomsday narratives and learn how to make caring for the earth feel personable, do-able and empowering with this fun, informative talk."

"The biggest obstacle to dealing with climate disruptions lies between your ears" 

-says psychologist and economist Per Espen Stokes.

You can be a hero, too. Help save the world by creating a better future.

We cover stories around the globe. From Iceland to Vietnam, from New York to Moscow, from Berlin to Bonn.


As a member, you can post from anywhere around the world and share your ideas and solutions to the many crises we face today.


By ourselves, we might seem marginal but together we can change the world: For a Better Future.

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Saving the world requires saving democracy. That requires well-informed citizens. Conservation, environment, poverty, community, education, family, health, economy- these combine to make one quest: liberty and justice for all. Whether one's special emphasis is global warming or child welfare, the cause is the same cause. And justice comes from the same place being human comes from: compassion.

Carl Safina (2011). “The View from Lazy Point: A Natural Year in an Unnatural World”

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