November 22, 2017

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America’s First All-Renewable-Energy City

Burlington's decades-long commitment to sustainability has paid off with cheap electricity—and some pretty great homegrown food.

The U.N.'s Rundown Of Some Of The World's Biggest Problems

What are the biggest social and economic problems the world faces today? And how close are we to ending them?

A Brilliant New Effort is Turning San Diego's Homeless Youth into Business Pros

A new initiative is empowering homeless young people in San Diego to take control over their lives. Using soap.

Creating a Crowdfunding Ecosystem in Chile

Many countries are exploring the role that crowdfunding can play in their strategies to create jobs, expand entrepreneurship and drive innovation.

FAO Launches Digital Platform on Family Farming

New digital platform that aims to become a “one-stop shop” for information, data and legislation on the sector that produces some 80 percent...

China signs $50 million South-South Cooperation agreement with FAO

Focus on knowledge exchanges for sustainable agriculture, value chains

EPA Chief: Seize the Economic Opportunity in Climate Change

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy made several visits in California this week, stating that the challenge of climate change presents great economic opportunities.

Empowering Women And Girls Is The Key To Ending Poverty, And Here Are Numbers To Prove It

Investing in women’s health and education will play a key role in the growth of prosperous communities and nations.

Emergence of a Neo-Cold War Battle Ground: Strange Bedfellows?

A new Cold War is brewing as big and emerging powers jockey for position in the face of Islamic militancy. John Perkins explains...

As the Ruling Oligarchs Awaken to Risky Business, Will the Rest Follow?

Climate change will cost the U.S. economy trillions of dollars by century's end, corporate leaders warn. Talkback.




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