September 22, 2017

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Hoping for Fewer Recidivists, States Help Ex-Prisoners Find Jobs

Faced with budget gaps and high unemployment, California, Michigan, New York and several other states are attacking both problems with a surprising strategy.

Life should be cheap

How China and India can help cut Western medical bills.

Palestinian Papers May Cause Blow To Peace Process

Aside from initial protests, observers of the region are worried the documents could have a long-term, negative impact on the Middle East peace...

Obama Previews SOTU: An Economy Working For All

From what President Obama himself says of the 2011 edition of his State of the Union speech that he is scheduled to give...

Why Conscious Capitalism Will Be The Framework For Your Next Decade Of Innovation

The profit motive, not government or charity, will create the kind of socially responsible world we want our kids and grand-kids to grow...

Catching up on Z's could curb kids' weight

Recent studies have shown that not getting enough sleep can affect your waistline. Less shuteye means more pounds.

Urgent Action Needed to Avert Global Hunger

400 experts from 35 countries author a report addressing food security and sustainability.

Digging Through a High-Tech Recycling Center

This single-stream recycling center has automated the separation of 75% of waste.

Reporting alone doesn't equal stakeholder engagement

A new survey about why organisations report on sustainability has produced some interesting findings.

Huge sale of public woodland in England planned

Plans will be revealed by the government this week that could result in the biggest sale of public land in England since World...




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