November 29, 2014

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NYC vendors are eyes and ears on the street

Street vendors held up as proof of how everyday people have a role in keeping a community safe.

Is black unemployment a human rights issue?

The United Nations may investigate whether persistently high unemployment rate among African-Americans is a violation of human rights.

It's Time to Get Beyond Petroleum

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Francesca Rheannon With some one million gallons of oil a day spewing into the environmentally sensitive waters of the...

BP to Deploy Domes to Contain Oil Spill

As the massive slick approaches fragile wetlands, the beleaguered energy company is intensifying efforts to contain the spill.

Stanford Paving the Way for Conflict Free Investing

University works to ensure that the companies it invests in are conflict-free.

America Should Compete for Women Scientists

Addressing Work-life Issues Key to Stemming Female Brain Drain

Green gyms: healthier grist for recycled treadmills

Health clubs are finding that being good to the planet may also reward their bottom line.

Don't Panic, Go Organic

Organic practices can feed the world -- better, in fact, than wasteful industrial farming.

Green Jobs Slowly Ticking Upward

The green economy is growing, but slowly. Dept of Commerce report

TFA Sees Growth In Applicant Pool

Seventeen percent of Harvard’s Class of 2010 applied to Teach for America




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