February 26, 2020

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If We Want to Overcome Extreme Poverty, We Must Change This

A stunning truth is that four billion people are not protected by their own justice systems. GOOD.

TIME 100 Panel Reveals the Power of Social Media

Social networks are playing bigger roles than ever, the Time 100 panel shows how they changed the way people react. Washington Times.

Social Marketing: The Happy Streets Project

Cambridge, MA natives ask their neighbors, "What makes you happy?" See video interviews on their interactive street map here.

Thinking Cities

A new documentary by Ericsson, "Thinking Cities" explores the challenges and opportunities of urbanization in today's networked society.

Farming Better Futures

SABMiller launches world's first commercial-scale cassava beer, brewed with cassava sourced from small scale farmers in rural Mozambique.

John Perkins interviews Dennis Kucinich at Green Festival

Two great minds discussing how a green economy changes the cultural landscape of our personal lives, politics and the future we are giving...

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...

Tilt-Shift, Stop-Motion Squatting In Hillside Haiti

A few miles outside Port-au-Prince is a government-established camp for displaced people - Camp Corail, the only "official" camp in Haiti.

GOP Candidate: Bike-Sharing Program May be Unconstitutional

A Republican candidate for the Colorado governorship had declared that Denver's bike-sharing program was a threat to our personal freedoms.

Cocoa Livelihoods Program: Farmer production and business training Ghana

Seventy percent of the world's cocoa is produced in West Africa... The World Cocoa Foundation's mission is to drive sustainable development programs.



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