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Americans Have Lost Faith In Their Ability To Move From Poverty To Riches
More than two-thirds said it's no longer commonplace for hard work to be a path from poverty to wealth, according to a new World Economic Forum poll.
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26 Billionaires Own The Same Wealth As The Poorest 3.8 Billion People
A new economic system is needed to tackle rampant inequality, says a new Oxfam report.
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What Happens When Teachers Can't Afford To Live In Their Own Cities
Rapidly rising rents and soaring property prices are driving out invaluable public-sector workers.
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How Poop-Eating Worms Could Help Save Thousands Of Lives Each Year
People are dying worldwide because they lack something most in developed countries take completely for granted.
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The Rise Of The 4-Day Week
Companies around the world are cutting people's workweek but not their wages in an effort to avoid burnout and improve wellbeing.
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After A Run Of Tainted Food Scandals, Women In Japan Took Control Of The System
"You cannot just rely on the mechanisms of capitalism.”
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Republicans And Democrats Are Wedded To Capitalism. Americans Deserve Better.
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New and very different parties are needed if we want to take the world in a sustainable direction.
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The World Is Broken. Here's How We Fix It.
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A new, more just world doesn’t just happen sometime in the future. It’s something we must create now.
From The Arctic’s Decline To The Green New Deal’s Rise: 3 Environmental Stories To Watch
Climate change will grab headlines in 2019 as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez pushes legislation, wildlife populations plummet, and ice melts at an alarming rate.
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5 Radical Ideas To Slow Climate Change and Tackle Our Waste Crisis
While none will single-handedly save the world, extreme and sometimes controversial plans are gaining traction.
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2019 Could Be The Year We Stop Throwing Away Ridiculous Amounts Of Food
For every item thrown away, the cost is far more than just an uneaten meal.
7 Striking Photos That Sum Up Our Turbulent World In 2018
From a fearless 15-year-old standing up to world leaders on climate change to the tragedy of California’s wildfires, these images are a snapshot of the last year.
As Climate Change Hits Miami, Only The Rich Will Be Able To Protect Themselves
With sea levels rising in Miami, "climate gentrification" is driving up prices in high-ground areas, pushing people out of working-class neighborhoods.
How Climate Change Is Creating Housing Gentrification In Miami
King tides and rising sea levels are creating an affordable housing crisis in Miami, Florida.
We Have 12 Years To Stop Climate Catastrophe. These Young Activists Have A Plan.
In the wake of the stark U.N. report, direct-action groups like Sunrise Movement and Extinction Rebellion are out to disrupt the fossil fuel economy.
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Germany Offers A Lesson In How To Respond To The Far Right
The staggering rise of green politics is in direct opposition to the far-right populism of Alternative for Germany.
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As The Glaciers Melt, These Farmers Have A Plan To Save Their Vulnerable Land
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Herders in one of the most biodiverse places on earth are reviving ancient traditions to cope with climate change.
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The Meat-Heavy Menu At The UN's Climate Conference Shows Shocking Hypocrisy
High-level delegates at COP24 feast on cheeseburgers while they discuss how to solve the climate crisis.
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The Troubling Link Between Milk And Racism
White supremacists claim they’re just trolling liberals with their milk love, but scholars say there’s history behind this.
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The City of Kiruna Is Being Relocated So It Doesn't Get Swallowed By A Mine
The Arctic city is moving 2 miles away to stop it falling into the mine that created it.
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Trump Wants To Ramp Up Coal. Spain Has Found A Way To Quit It.
The country is investing $285 million to help the miners left behind — though they are skeptical about the changing economy.
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What You Need To Know About Climate Change Ahead Of Next Week’s UN Summit
COP24 climate negotiations kick off in Poland on Monday.
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Meet The Men Who Ditched Well Paid Jobs In Big Energy To Tackle Climate Change
Lition Energy uses blockchain to connect consumers directly with renewable power plants.
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FOOD & DRINK
Bugs Are The Protein Of The Future, But We’re Too Grossed Out To Eat Them
“It’s not that they’re dirty and disgusting so we don’t eat them; it’s that we don’t eat them, so we think of them as dirty and disgusting.”
This Swedish Mall Is The World’s First Ever Secondhand Shopping Center
Everything at ReTuna is recycled, reused or sustainably produced.
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One Of America's Poorest Cities Has A Radical Plan To Remake Itself
“We’re creating pathways into the economy for people who’ve been shut out,” says Cleveland's Evergreen Cooperative.
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