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.

Study: Green Advertising Helped BP Recover from the Deepwater Horizon Spill

Greenwashing works - that's one interpretation of a recent National Bureau of Research working paper. HBR.

Why Standardization Is Important When Expanding into New Markets

Scaling up: Stanford's Robert Sutton and Huggy Rao tackle a challenge that determines every organization's success.

Lands' End Bans Use of Angora Fur After Watching PETA Video

A troubling video filmed by animal rights activists at Angora fur farms in China has raised questions about sourcing. HuffPostGreen.

Global Learning Crisis Hurting Poor

It will be more than 70 years before all children have access to primary school, says a report from Unesco. BBC.

Bill Gates on Poverty: Three Myths Debunked

Bill Gates on why aid works, the poor are getting richer and growing wealth inequality doesn't matter. Economist.

Watch the World's Forests Disappear on Google Earth

888,000 square miles of forest disappeared in the last decade. New maps show where. Tim McDonnell, Technology and Society.

This 3rd Grader Actualizes the Harm of Bud Nip

This 3rd grader shocked everyone with her experiment that shows the difference between organic and conventional. UpInspire.

This Is What the Next Generation of Engineers Looks Like

Black Girls CODE introduces young girls of color to computer programming, app development, robotics and STEM fields. Mashable.

Diversity Matters: Challenging Fashion Model 'Norms'

Society, and especially the fashion industry, often treats disabled people like they're invisible. Upworthy shows a change.



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