A study conducted in New York City to track the fortunes of those about to become homeless is being called cruel by advocates. New York Times writer Cara Buckley describes the study that withholds housing assistance from the "control" group.
A health-care non-profit in Uganda learned a lesson from Avon in how to conduct their business. From Fast Company writer Lisa Katayama talks about how Living Goods gets health-care products out to the people.
The divide between rich and poor in China is growing, and the gap is showing up in other abusive forms. From the Inter Press Service writer Mitch Moxley describes the new abuse of privilege.
Fire control harms biodiversity in Brazilian savannah - Rise in carbon storage comes with drop in species diversity over 30 years, a trade-off that may be seen in other regions.
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