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One-Fourth of Humanity Needs to Read This Post

You’ve heard about melting ice caps in the North Pole and doomed King Penguins in the South Pole, but what about the impact of climate change on the “Third Pole”? A 600-page report released this month by more than 200 … Continue reading One-Fourth of Humanity Needs to Read This Post

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Meet Lily: A New Friend for Families Experiencing Homelessness

Sesame Workshop recently launched a new initiative to offer help and hope to the growing number of young children across the United States who are experiencing homelessness.

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Finding Hope in a Thicket of Bad News

Good news in the fight against climate change: 34 governors have pledged to work with Indigenous Peoples and local communities to conserve forests.

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Bright Spots Lighting Up the Nation

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Culture of Health Prize helps elevate communities that are making great strides in their journey toward better health. Here's what makes it special.

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Burning Forests Protects Salmon—and Other Lessons I Learned from the Yurok

In advance of an international climate change summit, Wanda Bautista accompanied a group of communicators and indigenous leaders from more than 30 countries on a trip to the Yurok Reservation in northern California. Here, she reflects on what she learned.

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Burness Proudly Supports Freedom of the Press

Freedom of the press is a bedrock principle of democracy. Our work shows why each of us must do our part to protect it.

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A Memorial for America’s Servicewomen

Thanks to the Women’s Memorial, the stories of America's servicewomen are being preserved—and told.

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We Need More Science for Breakfast

Do you know how much science went into that bacon strip on your breakfast plate? This month saw the launch of FedByScience, a coalition of 16 universities telling stories of success in solving problems in farming and food production.

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Healing the Wounds of Slavery in Brazil

Brazil just legally recognized the largest Afro-descendent community in the country.

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Using the “Ick” Factor to Go Beyond It

Hook them with eye worms: How one story can draw people in and open them up to issues that matter.

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