November 14, 2019

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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...

Could An Entire Town Go Solar?

From a UK resident pushing 100 neighbors to go solar to a town installing solar on its brewery roof, Britain seems to be...

BRAC Is The Largest Global Anti-Poverty Organization, And It's A Secret

BRAC is one of the extraordinary organizations that is funded by the Omidyar Network and is participating in this week's Omidyar Network Executive...

Changing Lives: One Library at a Time

At age 52, Tulasi Shrestha, whose parents wouldn't let her attend school because she was a girl, is finally learning to read.

Off the Deep End - Beijing's Water Demand Outpaces Supply Despite Conservation, Recycling and Imports

By Nadya Ivanova, Circle of Blue How China's capital got in over its head, and what the city is doing to get its...

State Department Is Trying To Make A Thousand Ushahidis Bloom

Foggy Bottom has a plan to jump-start a venture-capital approach to the field of humanitarian tech.

Battered New Jersey town seeks a green salvation

Morristown has corralled together business leaders, residents and other stakeholders to aggressively promote sustainability as a path toward renewed prosperity.

Which Are The World's Cleanest Cities?

The cleanest cities are largely located in countries noted for their democracy and their industrialization.

What Technology Brings to the Developing World

Ben Cole: There's an old adage, widely retold, that I've heard since I moved to Africa. It goes something like this: "Talent is...

Go Philly! By Mark Bittman

Foodwise, among the most progressive cities in the country right now is Philadelphia.




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