October 23, 2014

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Paradise Recycled: Architects Dream of Turning Great Pacific Garbage Patch Into Habitable Island

David de Rothschild announced his plans to visit the trash mass on the Plastiki

New Survey of Millennial Donors Finds They Want Relationships, Specific Appeals and Input Opportunities

New survey of Millennial donors finds traditional fundraising models won’t attract giving from younger audiences.

Charities in N.Y. and Washington Look to Hire in 2010, Studies Find

Non-profits likely to fill fund-raising and program staff positions this year.

U.S. Falls Short in Measure of Future Math Teachers

Study reveals that America’s middle school mathematics teacher preparation is not up to the task.

Why Won't McDonald's Accept a Requirement for Even Just 5% Cage-Free Eggs?

But in the U.S., a proposal for 5% cage-free eggs (a start) put forward by the Humane Society was rejected by the board

Los Angeles Water Use Same As 1979

Stunning declines should give momentum to other conservation efforts.

Education Transformation - Doing What Works in Education Reform

Report analyzes federal education programs that are candidates for elimination, consolidation, or restructuring.

How Far We’ve Come

Each speaker brought a unique perspective to the issues

"Sustainability Explained" - in 2 minute animation

Concise and to the point: the four "care instructions" for the planet, and us.

Obama Bicycle Policy Wins Love From Cyclists, Scorn From Trucking Industry

Government is going to give bicycling – and walking, too – the same importance as automobiles.




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