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FastCompany

Adele Peters

22 September 2017

Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan

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As populations urbanize and the disparity between city and country grows, farmers in Japan are facing increasing economic challenges and a shortage of new farmers to work the land. But a new scheme may help farms to b...

Bloomberg

Noah Smith

19 September 2017

United States

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The USA is currently at odds over its healthcare system. Perhaps, a solution can be found by looking to Japan's system which is a public-private hybrid where most is covered by the government and a smaller percentage ...

How We Get to Next

Greg Noone

15 September 2017

Africa

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Mosquito transmitted diseases are only becoming more prevalent due to climate change, posing a global health risk. Various methods are being tested such as genetic modification and gene drives, Project DiSARM-uses tec...

The Montgomery Advertiser

Kym Klass

14 September 2017

Alabama, United States

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Teenage suicides are gaining attention in order to prevent the "Silent Epidemic" of youth epidemic. Programs are now being implemented in schools to provide a place for students to get help, teachers are being educate...

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14 September 2017

New York, United States

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New York is taking strides to understand the stark racial disparities by increasing data collection about births and pregnancies. They are using targeted universalism with new initiatives with doulas and various suppo...

Paige Cornwell

13 September 2017

United States

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Students struggling with issues related to executive functioning often are under-supported in school environments. This article looks at ways that schools can support students dealing with these issues.

The New York Times

John Cary

12 September 2017

Haiti

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The cholera outbreak In Haiti affected and killed thousands of people, trying to treat patients as quickly as possible became a top priority. Mass Design Group designed Gheskio's Cholera Treatment Center developing an...

The New York Times

Richard Fausset

12 September 2017

United States

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Recently, a wave of hurricanes and tropical storms have ravaged various communities. This article highlights an upward trend in hurricane preparedness and strategy as of recent.

Wired

Megan Molteni

11 September 2017

Canada

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Climate change is only worsening the frequency and ferocity of forest fires. Projects such as researching what makes trees more susceptible to fires, and having satellites send images of fires as they happen, in order...

Yes! Magazine

J. Gabriel Ware

11 September 2017

Detroit, Michigan, United States

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In Detroit, and throughout the country, many people find themselves in "food deserts", or places where access to fresh fruits and vegetables is extremely limited. In Detroit, Black residents are addressing these issue...

Reuters

Gregory Scruggs

7 September 2017

Houston, Texas, United States

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A look at how improved policies and procedures can help prevent the catastrophic amounts of property damage caused by the increasingly frequent "super storms" like hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Cities like New York and ...

CityLab

Rikha Sharma Rani

31 August 2017

Auckland, New Zealand

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The privatized prison system is largely skewed against inmates, as most are funded based on the number of individuals incarcerated, creating a disincentive to invest in the rehabilitation and comprehensive treatment o...

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Mark Oprea

31 August 2017

Ohio, United States

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As the number of veterans with both physical and psychological injuries balloons, this softball team of 11 wounded warriors wards helps one another deal with war trauma and combat isolation by playing a little ball.

The New York Times

Winnie Hu

28 August 2017

New York, United States

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City bike programs are currently facing off as dockless bike programs, such as Spin, are becoming more popular threatening to preexisting bike sharing programs. The public wants whichever program can best suit their n...

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Neil Parmar

27 August 2017

Toronto, Canada

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A pilot program in Canada is providing increased job opportunities for disadvantaged populations - including refugees, those with disabilities, and laborers who have been unemployed long-term - through a special progr...

HowStuffWorks

Tracy Staedter

23 August 2017

London, United Kingdom

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To the two social entrepreneurs who founded nonprofit Feedback, the massive amounts of food waste being tossed into landfills in the UK and USA each year was a mounting challenge that required a creative solution. So ...

Citiscope

Simone D'Antonio

23 August 2017

Ljubljana, Slovenia

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Ljubljana was once a highly crowded city but since the election of its mayor, the city has become far more green due to a clear strategic plan and efficient mayoral office. The largest impact change was making the dow...

Kaiser Health News

Anna Gorman

21 August 2017

California

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Home visit programs, where family support workers meet with expecting and new parents, are at risk of not getting funding. Advocates stress the importance of these programs for improving parenting skills, providing a ...

Vox

German Lopez

14 August 2017

Florida, United State

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In the eve 2016 elections, division, issues of bigotry and racism led to prejudice and resentment. However, researchers proved that by having brief empathetic conversations the may change peoples perspective.

FastCompany

Adele Peters

10 August 2017

Pathein, Ayeyarwady, Myanmar

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Villages along the Irrawaddy River delta in Myanmar have spent years replanting mangroves in at attempt to restore their ecosystem and guard against the negative effects of climate change, but it is a labor intensive ...

Kaiser Health News

Anna Gorman

9 August 2017

California, United States

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There is a racial disparity in science, the black population is extremely underrepresented and due to historically terrible treatment of black individuals by science they are very reluctant to engage in research. The...

The Atlantic

Alia Wong

2 August 2017

Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota, United States

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After generations of waiting, the Oglala Sioux prophecy is coming true. "Now the Seventh Generation is here" and they are creating a renaissance in the culture of one the least developed communities in the United Stat...

The Christian Science Monitor

Peter Ford

28 July 2017

Africa

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Getting public attention on physically distant problems is a concern, exemplified by the fact many don't know about the famine emergencies occurring in the horn of Africa and surrounding area. To attract attention som...

News Deeply

Yermi Brenner

26 July 2017

Germany

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Germany has welcomed many refugees in recent years, and programs across the country are trying to help integrate them as quickly as possible. 'Neighbourhood Mothers' is one such program of migrant women who mentor new...

The Christian Science Monitor

Peter Ford

26 July 2017

Antsirabe, Madagascar

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Droughts and famines tend to afflict countries in cyclical fashion. But where chronic malnutrition is endemic, such as in Madagascar, they strike harder. Health education is a start, aid groups say – but adjusting pri...

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